Oxmarket exhibition to bring art historian’s archive discovery to new audience

This story was first published in the Chichester Observer on October 25, 2018. The original story can be read here: chichester.co.uk/news/oxmarket-exhibition-to-bring-art-historian-s-archive-discovery-to-new-audience-1-8680597.] Chichester’s The Oxmarket Gallery is set to host an exhibition showcasing the work of two artists and educationalists. ‘Father and Daughter’ is the first retrospective of the artwork of Clarence Whaite (1895-1978) and his daughter […]

Sea Girls at Brighton’s The Haunt – lead singer Henry on performing live, collecting vinyl, and where the band’s name comes from

[This story was first published online in the Brighton and Hove Independent website on October 19,  2018. The original story can be read here: brightonandhoveindependent.co.uk/news/sea-girls-at-brighton-s-the-haunt-lead-singer-henry-on-performing-live-collecting-vinyl-and-where-the-band-s-name-comes-from-1-8677644.] I’ve walked past The Haunt countless times before – even staying in a YHA room directly looking on to it – without really registering the small, dark venue. After visiting on […]

Unveiling a portrait’s secrets: Brighton Museum hosts Holbein masterpiece

[This story was first published online in the Brighton and Hove Independent website on October 17,  2018. The original story can be read here: brightonandhoveindependent.co.uk/news/unveiling-a-portrait-s-secrets-brighton-museum-hosts-holbein-masterpiece-1-8671679 Emily Jessica Turner finds out more about the famous Renaissance painting currently on show in Brighton Museum Brighton is currently playing host to a masterpiece created by one of the greatest […]

Review: Black Honey returns to Brighton

[This story was first published online in the Brighton and Hove Independent website on October 15,  2018. The original story can be read here: brightonandhoveindependent.co.uk/news/black-honey-returns-to-brighton-for-concorde-2-gig-1-8669649.] If last night is anything to go by, Black Honey fans go hard. Although this is the Brighton band’s debut album tour, the audience was right there with the four-piece for […]

The Other Screen

[This story was originally published in the October 2018 edition of etc magazine. A PDF version of the article is available at the bottom of this blog post.] Meet the Brighton artist who is inviting filmgoers to challenge cinematic representations of disability. Emily Jessica Turner learns more “What really spurred me on to do this was […]

James Henry Pullen: Inmate, Inventor, Genius

On Friday, I finally managed to visit Inmate, Inventor, Genius, the Watts Gallery’s exhibition showcasing the life and work of asylum artist James Henry Pullen (1835-1916). This was a fascinating exhibition which demonstrated the artist’s incredible creative talent and technical skill while sensitively contextualising his practice with his institutionalisation. Pullen created ‘extraordinary designs, gigantic articulated […]

Review: Electropop-inspired debut from YouTube star Emma Blackery

[This story was first published online in the Brighton and Hove Independent website on September 12,  2018. The original story can be read here: brightonandhoveindependent.co.uk/news/electropop-inspired-debut-from-brighton-based-youtube-star-emma-blackery-1-8632294.] Brighton based pop star and YouTube vlogger Emma Blackery has released her debut album. ‘Villains’, made available on August 31, follows a number of EPs from the artist. Blackery recently completed […]