Reviews

Weather Station (part II) Review by Trevor H. Smith

credit: Brendan Buesnel Isolated incidents creep up to lip of the crucible…


Weather Station in the National Press

credit: Paulbox Great to be featured as one of the Telegraphs Pictures of the…


Ella Kearvell reviews Subodh Gupta's 'Invisible Reality'

Subodh Gupta was born in 1964 in Khagaul, Bihar, India. His collection of…


Invisible Landscapes Seminar- Review by Sara Bowler

What lies hidden in a place? And how do we engage with it? Read Sara Bowlers…


Unearthed - Review by Richard Povall

Walking into the OSR building, a former village school, is a shock cocooning…


A new step towards an ecological rhetoric - Review by Martyn Windsor

Weather Station (Part 1) marks a new step towards an ecological rhetoric; one…


The secret Life of Michael Calver and the hidden treasures of OSR Projects by Fiona Robinson

Scratch the surface of an English village and behind the closed doors and high…


This place might be a shit-hole, but here's joy and paint - Review by Jason Miller

Jason Miller – This place might be a shit-hole, but here’s joy and paint I…


Palaces & Cabins - Reviewed by Lisa Wigham

OSR Projects at Salisbury Arts Centre. 11 April – 18 May 2014 Public…


The Golden Space City of God - Review by Bob Gelsthorpe

Driving through Somerset, on the way to the gallery, there is a worry of the…


The Lobster Trap - Review by Nick Davies

'Benches are upended and tennis balls sail around like wasps on their last…


Mediators - Review by Morag Kiziewicz

The work of R.E.P has significant relevance for us at a time of financial…


Everything & More review by Aaron Bartlett (age 11)

When I heard the Old School Room (OSR) had another exhibition coming up I…


Everything & More - Review by Karen MacDonald

Is there anything more scary, when organising an exhibition, than not knowing…


View from the inside - Review by Rebecca Strain

Show and Tell, Simon Lee Dicker and Rebecca Strain The Old School Room, West…