Art

A less lonely experience of viewing art online

'Me, Family', a digital art platform commissioned by Mudam Luxembourg, invites its viewers to interact as avatars...

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The Fresh & Weird Creative Energy of New Contemporaries

In the midst of increasingly gloomy global news, the Bloomberg New Contemporaries online exhibition is everything we need...

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Larry Achiampong: Relics of Time

A new film by artist Larry Achiampong reflects on how the fragility of the present brings hope for a more liberated and accepting future ...

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Digital Art & Animation: Seeing the Past Through the Present

A review of ‘Drawing From Memory’ the third chapter of the Hirshhorn Museum’s online exhibition exploring how contemporary video, sound, and performance artists are reimagining historical...

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Rear View: Voyeuristic Images at White Cube

A review of White Cube’s online exhibition inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 thriller 'Rear Window' and the seductions of looking...

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We Travel Time: James Johnston and Steve Gullick

Where music and visual art meet. The talents of Steve Gullick and James Johnston combine on We Travel Time to poignant effect. ...

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The Socialism of the Lonely

Jonathan Jones’ biography shows that Tracey Emin remains one of the most important, engaging and unique voices in today’s contemporary art world. ...

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Helmut Newton’s Naughty Little Self

In person, Helmut Newton was downright disarming, innocent and a little boyish. Until you saw the pictures. And then… he morphed into something downright dangerous. ...

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Soft Power in the Political Art of Annya Sand

An interview with London based painter Annya Sand on painting and politics. ...

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Burning Bright, Roswell Firework Art

Carrying the torch for firework art we interview Roswell artist Jeremy Howe....

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Savage Beauty: Frida Kahlo

A new biographical account takes the artist out of the gift shop and re-establishes her in the gallery, reminding the reader that Kahlo was a force of nature....

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The Digital Journey of Marjan Moghaddam

Marjan Moghaddam is a digital pioneer whose work has stayed true to the revolutionary premise art should never be wholly expected....

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Lockdown Theatre Renaissance Lights Up Stephens House

An al fresco review of Renaissance, a new comedy by playwright Charles Ward starring James Corrigan, Bethan Cullinane, and Haydn Gwynne....

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Dominic Harris: Life as Art as Interaction

Digital artist Dominic Harris creates beautiful work that captures the viewer’s attention with precise detail and vibrant colour, but it is only as we move closer that they come to life. ...

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Feel Flows: Richard Stone & Lorena García Mateu

A review of joint contemporary art exhibition, A Splendour Amongst Shadows, at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London Bridge. ...

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Yayoi Kusama: The Graphic Novel

A sumptuous exploration of the artist's life, from humble roots in post-Hiroshima Japan, through 1960s pop art, to her status now as queen of Japan’s modern art scene...

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Decoding our futurist longings in the work of Tullio Crali

An exploration of the talent, impact and vision of futurist aeropainter Tullio Crali...

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Axel Stocks: Blood Painting Genealogist

Axel Stocks: A Blood Painter and Genealogist by Jeffrey Wengrofsky...

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Faces Built Up and Cast Down by Christian Hiadzi

An interview with the painter Christian Hiadzi about what he finds in human faces. ...

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Material Bodies Moving in Space

The fabric of being in the work of Daisy Collingridge. An interview with a unique artists whose multimedia work combines, psychology, theatre, performance, and installation....

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The Massurreal Deconstruction of Prof. Nadia Wahdan

Interview with multimedia artist Prof. Nadia Wahdan. ...

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Lovecraft, AI, and the Limits of Human Imagination

The question highlights the field of discourse for how humans work with AI-generated content...

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Trebuchet Reload

Whether for a rainy day or just to dive into something timeless here is a list of Online articles and video that we enjoy. This is neither finished nor exhaustive but we hope you find something to...

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Screen Grabs and Future Constructs in the Work of Ian Francis

Prismatic Reality Distortions: An intervirew with Painter Ian Francis. ...

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The Roots and Ramifications of Boundaries

Surrealist Lessons in Freedom of Speech. The Roots and Ramifications of Boundaries...

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Massurrealism: Coining a Term, Founding a Movement

Multi-platform, multi-media, post-modern and New York! An interview with the founder of Massurrealism James Seehafer on pop art technology and the future....

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The Art Market and Surrealism

Collecting Surrealism? There's so much choose from at an auction near you, wherever you are. Notes on the Art Market. ...

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Art = Discovering Infinite Connections in Art History

Interesting categorisation in this engaging tribute to the Metropolitan Museum of Art provides a different way to think about and see art....

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Embodying Art

What is female identity in 2020? Multidisciplinary artist, Sofia Cianciulli, reconnects with her own sense of self and femininity through her practice....

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Surrealism, Over, Yet Everywhere: Mica McDonald and Sofia Mitsola

“And now consider how passing a child on a swingCalling higher, higherCan bring back all that tender trauma of childhoodRealising that we don’t leave the past behindBut that it leaves...

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