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Though the soup cans caused a mild sensation in Los Angeles with the more daring members of the youthful art and film community intrigued...
We'll End Long-Term Unpaid Internships
When the first ladder in a career in the creative industries requires a financial leg-up, it is little wonder that it was almost impossible...
Exhibition Review: Sonia Delaunay, Tate Modern
The Tate has opened a wonderful new exhibition on Sonia Delaunay, the exciting avant-garde artist whose bright and colourful works spanned...
Camera, Gun, Eyes: Seeing Fear in the Photography of War
Kevin J. Hunt
As reported by the national press, the young girl is called Hudea and she was photographed in December 2014 at the Atmeh refugee camp in...
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One of many impressive feats of the production is its extensive wardrobe, with each characters costumes, wigs and makeup being as intricate...
Book Review: Love and Resistance by Theresa Wolfwood
I first read her poem, For Shaima, few years ago; it was written for an Iraqi girl whom Wolfwood met in 2001 in Baghdad.
How to Photograph Strangers
Once you have your ethical code in order, I would like say that photographing strangers is awesomely fun! Not only can you get great photos...
Six Business Lessons From an Artist's Perspective
Mat's artistic career has included drawing cartoons, being a commercial artist, working in advertising and as a fine artist. However, his...
Help! Hype Has Killed My (Cultural) Mojo!
I don't hate anything that's 'in', I just hate being pestered. It's boring and makes me grumpy. Everywhere I look there's hype. Hype on...
Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector at Barbican Centre
Magnificent Obsessions has a fascinating premise - to gain insight into the work of a number of post-war and contemporary artists from...
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Duchamp and his little cabal of antagonistic dada's wanted art to be a purely intellectual tool. Well, plenty of modern art, and certainly...
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In the first of our 'quick 5' interview series, we catch up with seminal Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, about her work, her wardrobe and...
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Producing a photograph every day was and is hard. It forced us to be creative and get the best out of every day and situation. More than...
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