By David Boyd During the twentieth century, artworks had the ability to mobilise audiences behind political ideologies, and some of the most progressive developments in the use of […]
By Stacey Wrenn In an age of instant gratification it is becoming increasingly difficult to satiate the needs of our miniature adults, with small screens taking over our retinas. State […]
By Muireann Walsh One of my favourite ways to immerse myself in a new and unfamiliar city is by delving into its artistic side. Art and architecture reveal the […]
Chlöe Eddleston discusses renowned Chinese dissident, artist and political activist Ai Wei Wei’s most recent conflict with toy giant Lego.
Bella White compares Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio’s ‘Taking of Christ’ and Il Guercino’s ‘Betrayal of Christ’.
Eleanor Hughes reviews Ib Jorgensen – A Fashion Retrospective which is at the National Museum of Ireland until May 2016.
Ahead of the launch of ‘They Come To Us Without A Sound’ at NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore Tilly Dunne profiles the internationally acclaimed Joan Jonas.
Allison McKeown profiles Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione.
Bella White looks at the National Gallery’s exhibition Goya: The Portraits and traces the history of Spain’s ‘Enlightened Painter’.
How closely do you really look at a painting when you visit the gallery? What is an original work of art? Would you know a replica if you saw one? […]