Tag: art


Covid-19 has devastated our theatres and museums. But with imagination we can create something better than before The arts in Britain are in a dire situation. Mighty household names, such as London’s Old Vic and the Royal Albert Hall, have Read more…


Quarantine might have trapped us inside the shells of our houses; however, some people are finding ways to escape the mundane repetition of our reality and venture out on colorful adventures. A family in Atlanta use bright chalk crayons to Read more…


Davina Semo, ALL THE WORLD, Marlborough Contemporary, installation view (image courtesy Marlborough Gallery) At Marlborough Contemporary, Davina Semo’s ALL THE WORLD addresses our era’s ecological anxiety with disjointed ambition. Half a dozen large rectangular bales of industrial waste — each Read more…


Known most for her landmark piece, The Dinner Party (1979), revolutionary feminist artist Judy Chicago uses art, painting, and sculpture to showcase the role of women throughout history and culture. Opening on December 4 in conjunction with Art Basel Miami Beach, Read more…


Black Noise, 2018. Arinze Stanley Self-taught Nigerian artist Arinze Stanley (previously) is a wizard when it comes to putting charcoal and graphite to paper. The artist creates hyperrealistic portraits at a scale just larger than life, spending hundreds of hours Read more…

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