Abstract Art

Is Abstract Art Making a Comeback?

Lorenzo Belenguer | Posted 27.03.2013 | Home
Lorenzo Belenguer

Nikola became interested in abstracting our own reality after moving to London and graduating from St Martin's College of Art and Design a decade ago.

Is Modern Art Really Rotten to the Core?

Ben Mirza | Posted 04.12.2012 | Home
Ben Mirza

In 2010, the philosopher Roger Scruton, together with the BBC, made a documentary titled Why Beauty Matters, in which he gave an eloquent and impassioned plea for a return to the beautiful aesthetic, pointing towards the unifying and spiritually uplifting qualities of beauty.

Prehistoric Art Can Melt Even the Flintstoniest of Hearts

Ben Shires | Posted 26.08.2012 | Home
Ben Shires

As someone who works freelance (read: lots of time on my hands), I can often be found mooching around London's many fine and, crucially, free art galleries, waiting for inspiration to strike.

Abstract Painting Survives its High Anxieties

Anne Charnock | Posted 24.01.2012 | UK Entertainment
Anne Charnock

Abstract painters on both sides of the Atlantic have laboured for 50 years under the suffocating authority of one art critic, Clement Greenberg. Tate St Ives and the University of Warwick are staging a fight back with The Indiscipline of Painting currently showing at the Tate's Cornish outpost.