Category: Art

The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. – Aristotle

Faces of Consequence: Tae Kim Pt 2

Korean artist Tae Kim on the portraits she draws from cyberculture. Part 2...

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History and Appropriation: Oh Myung Hee

Oh Myung Hee's 'The Days were Snowy but Warm' exhibition to show in Venice 2022...

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undo undo undo: Vivien Zhang

Colliding motifs generate a sense of fluctuation and ambivalence, against a backdrop of repetition and certainty. 'undo undo undo' by Vivien Zhang questions our technological world making. ...

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Faces of Consequence: Tae Kim Pt 1

Korean artist Tae Kim on the portraits she draws from cyberculture. Part 1...

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People, History, Paint: The Rise of Gisela McDaniel Pt 2

An interview with diasporic, indigenous, Chamorro artist Gisela McDaniel on what narrative means. Part 2...

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People, History, Paint: The Rise of Gisela McDaniel Pt 1

An interview with diasporic, indigenous, Chamorro artist Gisela McDaniel on what narrative means. Part 1...

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The Crossroad Blues and High Vantages of Oli Kellett Pt 2

An interview with Oli Kellett, the artist behind the award-winning Cross Road Blues photographic series...

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The Crossroad Blues and High Vantages of Oli Kellett Pt 1

An interview with Oli Kellett, the artist behind the award-winning Cross Road Blues photographic series. ...

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Nothing About Us, Without Us: Active Bodies at the ICA

A review of Decriminalised Futures at the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), an exhibition showing sex work as artwork....

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What is Sculpture? Nairy Baghramian

Exclusive interview with 2022 Nasher Prize Laureate Berlin based sculptor Nairy Baghramian...

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Inside Our Nostalgia: Eleanor May Watson

A review of Eleanor May Watson’s exhibition Curtains Drawn at Wilder Gallery...

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Everything is in the Artist’s Favour: Danny Casale

Danny Casale on NFT’s, Positivity, and How to Make a $1000 Cup of Coffee ...

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Trebuchet 11: Cover Artist Chris Levine

Trebuchet reveals the first of two cover artists for 11: Process - Chris Levine...

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Trebuchet 11: Cover Artist Nairy Baghramian

Trebuchet reveals the first of two cover artists for 11: Process - Nairy Baghramian...

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The Empowered Salon of the Queer

A review of imagery and technique at Guts Gallery’s Salon...

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Faces & Fame: Anton Corbijn

Auctioneer and art collector Simon de Pury continues his ‘de PURY Presents’ series with a collection of works by photographer Anton Corbijn and his capturing of famous faces from Kraftwerk to...

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The Politics of Genre: Shahzia Sikander

"Art history is deeply Eurocentric and tends to place art that doesn’t sit comfortably within its canon as the ‘other’ and never as ‘avant-garde’."...

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Hard Fast Love: Gail Olding

The sacred feminine in Gail Olding's manifest sculptures...

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Curatorial Frequencies: Jade Foster

An interview with artist and curator Jade Foster in the context of their latest curatorial project at Gillian Jason Gallery, London...

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Kings Never Die: Christian Boltanski’s Esprit

The Manege's Central Exhibition Hall holds Esprits, Christian Boltanski’s first-ever solo exhibition at St Petersburg....

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“Nothing is Pure”: Jock McFadyen

Scottish artist Jock McFadyen on painting place and the evolution of London's art scene...

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Poetry in the Precision: Jordan Ann Craig

An interview with Jordan Ann Craig about the thunderstorms that caused her to dream. ...

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Cinematic Drawings: Marie Harnett

British artist Marie Harnett discusses her love of film, capturing fleeting moments and the silvery gleam of pencil...

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Primordial Whispers at Arusha Gallery

An epistemological exhibition on forbidden philosophies, folk knowledge and intuitive spirits via Arusha Gallery...

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Dreaming in Northern Cheyenne: Jordan Ann Craig

Jordan Ann Craig’s exhibition reworks Northern Cheyenne quill and bead patterns, positioning them to explore space, time, our environment, and cultural memories ...

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Bulk & Absence: Daniel Crews-Chubb

An interview with British artist Daniel Crews-Chubb in the context of his solo exhibition at Timothy Taylor Gallery, London...

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Street Art or Collectible Commodity?

An interview with stylist turned curator Finn Brewster, the 23-year-old founder of Camden Open Air Gallery...

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Sour-Puss and their ‘Strange Journey’

Diogo Duarte and Jessica Mitchell give us an insight into misanthropy and sexuality as they bring Sour- Puss: The Opera to the shelves....

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Expanding Art Narratives: Jumoke Sanwo

An interview with Lagos-based artist and curator Jumoke Sanwo in the context of her latest curatorial project in London...

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Creativity Takes Courage: Eugene Ankomah

Interview with multidisciplinary artist Eugene Ankomah on creativity, truth and having a roving inspiration. ...

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