Danielle Child


The abolition of Art History A-Level will exacerbate social inequality

29 November 2016 This is a massive blow to the rights of ordinary kids to have the same opportunities as their more privileged peers. Danielle Child reports.

Art, politics and potentias

7 September 2016 A potentia is similar to a utopia but rooted in the here and now. Danielle Child speaks to artist Jane Lawson about her forthcoming project Second Degree Potentias.

The disappearing exhibition

10 February 2016 Danielle Child reviews An Imagined Museum, which invites visitors to commit artworks to memory before they are removed – and re-created

A rich man’s world

1 October 2015 Danielle Child visits a fascinating exhibition telling the damning history of finance

We Want People Who Can Draw

25 July 2015 Danielle Child writes on an exhibition of art school dissent

Cultural Capital

8 June 2015 Cultural Capital: The Rise and Fall of Creative Britain, by Robert Hewison, reviewed by Danielle Child

Objects of change

24 July 2014 The new V&A exhibition Disobedient Objects is devoted to objects created by grassroots social movements as tools of social change. Danielle Child spoke to co-curator Gavin Grindon

Words’ worth: Keywords at Tate Liverpool

1 April 2014 Tate Liverpool’s new exhibition on Raymond Williams’ Keywords brings together a wide range of work but fails to capture the political impulse of the original text, writes Danielle Child

Tate’s left turn

3 January 2014 Tate Liverpool has opened its doors to an exhibition devoted to the left. Danielle Child spoke to the gallery’s artistic director Francesco Manacorda