Cultural Spaces: Is It Time We Took Over Empty Buildings?

Cultural Spaces: Is It Time We Took Over Empty Buildings?

Rachael White  5.10.2014
Pop-up has become something which is synonymous with urban cool, from restaurants to clothing boutiques, they are prime social media fodder...
Life In The Arts Lane - Week 90 - The Paris Biennale to Beziers

Life In The Arts Lane - Week 90 - The Paris Biennale to Beziers

Thomas Woodham Smith  1.10.2014
But Paris is not just about the Biennale - the whole city of art and design sparkles in the early autumn sun and shows proliferate. My...
What the Human Zoo Tells Us About Online Engagement

What the Human Zoo Tells Us About Online Engagement

Kajal Odedra  1.10.2014
The web and sites like Change.org means that people can speak out and have more impact than ever before - proving wrong the assumption...

Premonition: Artists Ability to Foresee the Future at the Saatchi Gallery

Lorenzo Belenguer  30.09.2014
The exhibition showcases an exciting group of 38 artists who are relatively unknown outside their homeland. Some of the artists featured...
Music and the Arts Should Not Be Relegated in Our Children's Lives

Music and the Arts Should Not Be Relegated in Our Children's Lives

James Rhodes  30.09.2014
For decades politicians have put education at the top of the agenda. But we seem to have ended up with a target and league-table based...

Artists Over 50: The Rise of Second Half Creativity

Jill Shaw Ruddock  30.09.2014
By the end of the year, there will have been three major exhibitions in Great Britain devoted to the work of artists at the end of their...

A Note on Censorship - Some Final Reflections on the Human Zoo Campaign

Akala  29.09.2014
To those that crying that our discussions of white supremacy and empire somehow constitute reverse racism or victimize white people, please....

Chilean Art of Civil Disobedience: Review From V&A, London

Sumeet Grover  27.09.2014
It narrates at least one hundred years of world history to remind us that in the multitude of global societies, one phenomenon repeats...

Stunning Anselm Kiefer Exhibition at Royal Academy

Victoria Sadler  26.09.2014
Anselm Kiefer is widely considered to be the most influential artist working today. However he is not a household name. With this in mind,...

Publishing in the Future or the Rise of Independent Authors

Christian Damke  25.09.2014
Publishing of tomorrow will be different due to the rise of independent authors, who write and publish their books in more formats, for...

Life In The Arts Lane - Week 89 - Four Exhibitions and a Dog

Thomas Woodham Smith  23.09.2014
I therefore found myself rushing to see the Matisse cutouts at the Tate Modern, the Folk Art at Tate Britain, the Marina Abramovic at the...
A time to grieve and a time to dance

A time to grieve and a time to dance

Conor Fortune  19.09.2014
Ekaterina Khomenko's throat was slit when a street cleaner found her in a car with the engine still running in St Petersburg earlier this...
Constable: The Making of a Master at the V&A

Constable: The Making of a Master at the V&A

Victoria Sadler  19.09.2014
John Constable remains one of Britain's best-loved artists and I don't think you will ever see a more thorough examination of his approach...
'I Make Paintings For Ants'

'I Make Paintings For Ants'

Poorna Bell  18.09.2014
South African artist Lorraine Loots set herself a challenge: 365 miniature paintings in 365 days. People could book a day and make a suggestion...