Someone Has Painted A Giant Mural Of Donald Trump Snogging Boris Johnson In Bristol

Someone Has Painted A Giant Mural Of Donald Trump Snogging Boris Johnson In Bristol

Ryan Barrell  24.05.2016
A graffiti mural of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and former London Mayor Boris Johnson having a big ol' snog has appeared...
Converting to Baroque Art in Rome

Converting to Baroque Art in Rome

Kate Bryan  23.05.2016
Personally, aside from my passion for the painter Caravaggio, it was a period and a style of art that took me a while to devote time to....
The Advantage of Adversity: A Different Perspective on Depression

The Advantage of Adversity: A Different Perspective on Depression

James Shillcock   20.05.2016
The one thing that running a business has taught me is that things are never constant. Things are never permanent. You cannot separate...
MP Vents Fury After Student Dupes Activists With Cardboard Jeremy Corbyn

MP Vents Fury After Student Dupes Activists With Cardboard Jeremy Corbyn

George Bowden  20.05.2016
A student who duped Labour activists with a cardboard Jeremy Corbyn has faced a fierce backlash from a furious MP. Lucie Carter, a...
Why It Took Me Twenty Years (And Three Breakdowns) to Finally Feel Part of the Real World

Why It Took Me Twenty Years (And Three Breakdowns) to Finally Feel Part of the Real World

Scarlett Raven  20.05.2016
My OCD became worse when I was around people. So I spent a lot my life escaping into an imaginary world. My art allowed me to concoct a...
Review: Jeff Koons, Newport Street Gallery 'Desperate, Tired'

Review: Jeff Koons, Newport Street Gallery 'Desperate, Tired'

Victoria Sadler  19.05.2016
It's probably no surprise that Damien Hirst owns a lot of works by Jeff Koons. After all, these two have common ground - they're both provocateurs,...
This Is What Anxiety Looks Like

This Is What Anxiety Looks Like

Natasha Hinde  16.05.2016
For those who don't suffer from anxiety, it can be difficult to understand just how devastating the mental illness can be. Now, artist...
Caravaggio Redefined Art by Not Learning the Rules

Caravaggio Redefined Art by Not Learning the Rules

Kate Bryan  14.05.2016
I have long been a devotee of Caravaggio and now, by virtue of living in Rome amidst churches where his paintings still hang, I have become...

Wildlife Reimagined: Simon Arizpe and The Wild

Ben Mirza  11.05.2016
A man whose mind is intertwined harmoniously with curiosity and creativity, New York based illustrator Simon Arizpe has created something...

Strange and Familiar: Martin Parr Curates the Must See Exhibition of the Season at the Barbican

Lou Mensah  9.05.2016
This exhibition is about the everyday lives of you and me, our parent's and grandparents. It is a community album, a gift from 23 international...

XL Catlin Art Prize 2016

Bob Chaundy  9.05.2016
"There's a perverse kind of theatricality about the work," says Justin Hammond, curator of the 2016 XL Catlin Art Prize exhibition, now...

The Art in Politics

Gisele Scanlon  6.05.2016
There hadn't been a woman elected to the NUI (Nation University of Ireland) panel in Seanad Éireann (the Irish Senate or Upper House as...

Review: Mona Hatoum, Tate Modern

Victoria Sadler  4.05.2016
For those unfamiliar with the brilliant Mona Hatoum, she was born in Beirut to a Palestinian family before moving to the UK in 1975. This...

Spotlighting Artistic Freedom With Unesco's 2005 Convention - Marking World Press Freedom Day

Salma Zulfiqar  27.04.2016
Artistic freedom in the digital environment and tackling new challenges in cultural policies will be among the topics for debate to mark...