By Alexandra Day. Babies aren’t inherently unpleasant looking beings. Sure, some might look a little wrinkly or bruised at first, but overall these little people are not known for their […]
Alan Bennett once wrote, “The best moments in reading are when you come across something – a thought, a feeling, a way of looking at things – which you had thought special and particular to you. Now here it is, set down by someone else, a person you have never met, someone even who is long dead. And it is as if a hand has come out and taken yours.” I’d had that experience through books, poetry and words, but had been struggling deeply with an ineffable reality of constant pain.
Ciara Kummert explores the influence behind Robert Ballagh’s pop-art painting, The Third of May After Goya at the Hugh Lane Gallery.
Chlöe Eddleston discusses renowned Chinese dissident, artist and political activist Ai Wei Wei’s most recent conflict with toy giant Lego.
“Architecture is the masterly, correct and magnificent play of masses brought together in light” – Le Corbusier (1923) […]
Warsaw’s varied modern architecture is a testament to the turbulent history Poland’s capital has endured. It is a city shaped by the various “–isms” of the twentieth century. During the […]
I was in New York about three weeks before I ventured down to Chelsea. You might ask, “What took you so long?” All I can reply is Christ knows, I […]
Dylan Coburn Grey explores the creative relationship between Le Corbusier and experimental composer Iannis Xenakis. Yannis Xenakis. Iannis Xenakis’ life story is an Oscarbait biopic waiting to happen. He memorised […]
Rolling up Gardiner Street towards North Circular, stumbling into a world of lonely tenement buildings and empty discount electrical shops, you’ll discover a grotty little alley that wouldn’t look out […]
Artworks are a familiar sight around the campus of Trinity College Dublin, and they are part of a collection over 300 years in the making. Paintings are first recorded coming […]