Supersonic review – giant monsters and ghoul-sponge at UK’s best small festival
By embracing the heaviness in Birmingham’s heritage, and adding a strong dose of eccentricity, Supersonic is world-class. Review by Ben Beaumont-Thomas – via The Guardian
View the Thirteen Ways of Looking exhibition online
Thirteen Ways of Looking now accessible online courtesy of Google Arts & Culture. The exhibition was curated by Dr Sylvia Theuri through a New Art West Midlands and ICF International Curators Forum Curatorial Residency in partnership with and hosted by The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum in association with Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art.
Taking a selfie, 1970s style, in Handsworth – in pictures
Derek Bishton, Brian Homer and John Reardon’s photography is featured in The Guardian ahead of their upcoming exhibition Mac Birmingham from 23 March – 2 June – via The Guardian