L B-H’s Artist Profiles: Emily Young

Luke Bromage-Henry finds a blissful serenity in the sculptures of Emily Young.

Preview: The Banff Mountain Film Festival UK & Ireland Tour 2018

The majestic mountains, turquoise lakes and vast pine forests of Alberta may seem worlds away from the humble hills of south Devon, but this spring the Canadian Rockies are coming to Exeter. The world’s most prestigious mountain film festival will be showcasing an exciting range of the best short films and documentaries about mountain culture, […]

L B-H’s Artist Profiles: Rachel Howard

“I don’t see myself as a ‘female painter’ – I see myself as a painter.”
As Rachel Howard’s most recent exhibition opens at the Newport Street Gallery, Luke Bromage-Henry introduces us to one of of Britain’s most powerful living artists.

L B-H’s Artist Profiles: Robert Oscar Lenkiewicz

Luke Bromage-Henry provides a brief introduction to the life of Robert Lenkiewicz, an artist who lived and worked in Devon for most of his life.

Good Girl Gone Bad: nudes, the patriarchy and ABBA.

Clemmie Melvin talks to the actor-writer Naomi Sheldon about her play Good Girl, feminism and nudes.   CM: Hi Naomi! Thank you so much for taking the time to answer some questions for Exetera Magazine. Could you tell me a bit about your play Good Girl?   NS: Hello! My absolute pleasure. Good Girl is a dark comic […]

Gallery Goers

Clemmie Melvin gives us an insight into to the kooky crazy world of morning gallery goers.  A crisp winter morning at The Royal Academy. The Abstract Expressionist Exhibition is in full swing. Pre-booked tickets are being collected from the front desk. Reserved viewing times are being wavered in order to pacify the burgeoning crowd. The crowd. […]

An Evening with Marvin Gaye Chetwynd

Bizarre, absurd and confused might be some of the impressions you will leave with after experiencing one of performance artist Marvin Gaye Chetwynd’s films. The British artist is famed for taking iconic moments in cultural history, such as Michael Jackon’s Thriller music video or the film Born Free and re-working them into improvised, spontaneous performances. […]


Keep track of the top knots and crop tops on night out with our fancy bingo grid.


We talk GIFS, nihilism and scrabble with Internet sensation James Kerr.


Graphic designer Susanne Vetter illustrates Wagner’s epic opera


Internet art is still cool, right?


Exetera talks sculpture, illustration, and influences with artist Arran Gregory.


Exetera caught up with Montreal collage artist Daniel Leznoff to chat about art, music, and eating chocolate in his sleep.