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EXHIBITION REVIEW: Wilderness Way @ MIMA

ON 28.08.2017

17 June – 8 October 2017 For more of MIMA’s listings, click here. Review by Sarah Burgess. For those self-identifying as staunch Conservatives or Thatcherites, the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art’s Wilderness Way exhibition is probably going to leave you with a bitter taste in your mouth. But, for anyone from the North East or… View Article

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EXHIBITION REVIEW: The Clockwork Garden @ The Bowes Museum

ON 12.08.2017

29th July – 5th November For more information about the Bowes Museum, click here. Review by Sarah Burgess. Created by the national children’s arts charity The House of Fairy Tales and held provisionally at The Bowes Museum in Teesdale, The Clockwork Garden constitutes a refreshing take on the fairy-tale genre of storytelling; exploring the mythical… View Article

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EXHIBITION REVIEW: Wilderness Way @ MIMA

EXHIBITION REVIEW: The Clockwork Garden @ The Bowes Museum

EXHIBITION REVIEW: Mithras: Roman Religion from Thames to Tyne @ Great North Museum

EXHIBITION REVIEW: Josephine Bowes: A Woman of Taste and Influence @ The Bowes Museum

EXHIBITION REVIEW: Dino Jaws @ The Centre for Life

EXHIBITION REVIEW: Wrot by Holly Hendry @ BALTIC

EXHIBITION REVIEW: The Taylor Wessing Portrait Prize @ Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens

EXHIBITION REVIEW: Quentin Blake: Inside Stories @ Laing Art Gallery

EXHIBITION REVIEW: The Prospect of Immortality by Murray Ballard @ Side Gallery

EXHIBITION REVIEW: That’s Not Me by Rodney Graham @ BALTIC

EXHIBITION REVIEW: Brick History @ Life Science Centre, Newcastle

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