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7 July 2021
No longer standing tall: A current exhibition asks: "What next for the statue of slave trader, Edward Colston?" A year after the battered and graffiti-covered statue was hoisted out of the River Avon, it now lies supine - and still toppled - in a harbourside museum
20 March 2019
Being a legal aid lawyer, you are subjected to audits by all kinds of people. As it is, working a weekend allows you a day off mid-week and I took the opportunity to pop down to Tate Britain. The reason for the trip was to see the retrospective on the photographer Don McCullin.
30 January 2019
As we left this engrossing exhibition at the British Library my friend said: "there is nothing new under the sun".
21 November 2018
Letters to the Socialist's editors including the Natural History Museum, public transport chaos and Universal Credit.
28 February 2018
Socialist artist Peter Robson's exhibition 'Unobtania' comes to south London this month, examining the horrors of the wars waged to defend the bosses' profit system
1 November 2017
How did we manage to attract nearly 100 people and local press coverage to a political arts event, the 'Bad Art' Skipton exhibition?
18 October 2017
Skipton is a quiet market town better known as the 'Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales' than it is for revolution. But on 6 October, socialist artists and activists, as well as the general public, from Manchester, Lancashire and Yorkshire gathered to view a dazzling selection of work by artists loosely grouped around the 'Bad Art' project.
3 May 2017
Exhibition review: 'Russian revolution - hope, tragedy, myths': This new exhibition at the British Library draws on an extensive collection to take visitors through the key events of the Russian revolution
28 February 2017
Guardian 'arts critic' Jonathan Jones, fresh from condemning Russia's 1917 socialist revolution, has rushed to the defence of a gallery which has been hosting 'alt-right' speakers
8 February 2017
The Russian revolution a hundred years ago is still a terrifying calamity - for billionaire thieves, warmongers and their political defenders. But for the working class, it meant a boom in living standards, freedom and imagination.
18 January 2017
The first edition of the 'Bad Art' magazine was produced in July 2016. It signalled the creation of a new project aiming to build from the ground up in working class neighbourhoods, to challenge capitalism's
11 May 2016
Photographic review: 'Estate' Photographer Robert Clayton's exhibition 'Estate' is a valuable reminder of what it meant to live in a council estate, and how Thatcherism continues to ravage this.
15 April 2015
Artist and Socialist Party member Peter Robson has been commissioned by Bradford Cathedral's arts space (which is funded by the arts council) to provide paintings at an exhibition in May 2016
8 April 2015
Currently on display in Skipton (North Yorkshire) is a wonderful collection of surrealist art by Peter Harris
8 April 2015
Niall Mulholland reviews Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society 1915-2015
12 November 2014
This exhibition takes people on a journey through protests around the world and across time through objects, protest art and design
28 August 2013
The exhibition "Lowry and the painting of Modern Life" at Tate Britain (until 20 October) has quite a rich collection of Lowry's work depicting industrialised Britain, writes Amalia Loizidou.
17 April 2013
Saturday 27 April, 10.30am
Adelphi Hotel, Lime Street, Liverpool
Speakers include: Unite general secretary Len McCluskey, PCS president Janice Godrich, Socialist Party general secretary Peter Taaffe, Liverpool Labour Party president (1980-85) and 'Liverpool 47' surcharged councillor Tony Mulhearn, former Labour MP Tony Benn and 'Liverpool 47' surcharged counc...
2 April 2008
Review: Henri Matisse's painting The Dance, 1910 adorns tube stations and advertising billboards across London...
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