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Review: Abstract Expressionism, Royal Academy 'Utterly Extraordinary'

Victoria Sadler | Posted 23.09.2016 | UK Entertainment
Victoria Sadler

Where to begin when you don't know where to begin... Simply put, the Abstract Expressionism show at the Royal Academy of Arts is extraordinary, utterly extraordinary. Wandering around these large galleries - the beautiful high-ceilinged walls smothered, crammed to capacity, with these vast revolutionary canvases - I felt both lost for words and completely overwhelmed.

I Don't Need a Day Off for My Period - I Need It for My PMT

Samantha Rea | Posted 02.05.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Samantha Rea

Earlier this year, there was dialogue about "period policy." A Bristol firm called Coexist pledged to give women time off for period pain - prompting ...

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.

Can Depression Be An Artist's Muse?

The Huffington Post UK | Kate Sullivan | Posted 26.04.2012 | Home

The relationship between mental health and artistic creativity has long been a subject of debate. From Picasso's 'blue period' to Tracey Emin's un...

Time Travelling With Atsuko Tanaka

Anne Charnock | Posted 25.10.2011 | UK Entertainment
Anne Charnock

Atsuko Tanaka wore her extraordinary flashing "Electric Dress" - with its layering of multicoloured lights bulbs and light tubes - at an exhibition of...