God's Own Junkyard

God's Own Junkyard

Anne Richardson  17.03.2016
God's Own Junkyard is a shimmering Aladdin's cave of new and salvaged retro neon signage, religious iconography, disco balls and shimmering...
Bonheur de Vivre - Bernard Jacobson Gallery

Bonheur de Vivre - Bernard Jacobson Gallery

Bob Chaundy  16.03.2016
Le Bonheur de vivre (The Joy of Life), one of French post-impressionist artist Henri Matisse's most famous paintings, is housed in the...

The Case Of Vivian Maier: Why Eccentric Introverts Are Awesome

Mohadesa Najumi  16.03.2016
Vivian Maier shot over 100,00 photographs all while being a nanny and living a discreet, mysterious life. The only reason that her work...

Capturing Masculinity

Ben Mirza  15.03.2016
For the last couple of years, I've collaborated on a number of photography projects with artists, barbers, men's clothing brands etc, so...
Arts For All - Arts Emergency and It's Reason for Being

Arts For All - Arts Emergency and It's Reason for Being

Luke Chandley  14.03.2016
Arts Emergency, a charity of which I donate to monthly, is an organisation of volunteers, contacts and thinkers who believe - correctly...

Learning From Waste-Picking Publishers in Latin America

Lucy Bell  10.03.2016
In the UK, we have a history of treating so-called 'developing' and even 'newly industrialized countries' as charity cases, regarding places...

Creating, Feasting, Fighting - The Celts Come Home to Scotland

Jackie Kemp  9.03.2016
The treasures assembled in the monumental exhibition of Celtic art which opened at the National Museum of Scotland this week (March 10)...
Why Do More Women Study the Arts but Less Women Work in the Arts?

Why Do More Women Study the Arts but Less Women Work in the Arts?

Jennifer Tuckett  7.03.2016
Recently, it seemed to me that the reasons for why this is occurring haven't really been investigated yet. Why are so many women studying...
'Cancel The Sunshine' - How Writing Became a Coping Method for My Anxiety and Depression

'Cancel The Sunshine' - How Writing Became a Coping Method for My Anxiety and Depression

Chantelle Dusette  4.03.2016
Depression bubbling under the surface, or hovering above, never seen by any, only felt by me. I was used to it. Familiar. At times I would...
The Art of List-Making

The Art of List-Making

Alice Instone  4.03.2016
I started to collect the lists of other women and was overwhelmed by the collective unburdening as they shared their stories of how they...

Review: Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art, National Gallery 'Mixed Results'

Victoria Sadler  3.03.2016
Half the exhibition comprises works by artists of later generations who, it is suggested, were inspired by Delacroix - artists such as...
Fascinating Photo Series Spanning 30 Years Captures How Couples Age

Fascinating Photo Series Spanning 30 Years Captures How Couples Age

Natasha Hinde  1.03.2016
A Swiss artist has documented the ageing process of couples over more than three decades. And it's safe to say that in that period of time,...
Royal Ramblings: The Ringside Perspective

Royal Ramblings: The Ringside Perspective

Danny Stone  29.02.2016
If you've been to a wrestling show recently, chances are you've seen a fast-moving, bespectacled, fan-beloved and yet understated photo...
The Champions by Romina Ressia

The Champions by Romina Ressia

Romina Ressia  28.02.2016
"The Champions" project explores how the contemporary society sees and values things like glory and success. It talks about preconceptions...