By Hannah Yael Rieger The Jewish artist Felix Nussbaum was born in 1904 in Germany to Philip Nussbaum, a proud German patriot, and his wife Rahel. He received […]
By Alexandra Day Nano Reid (born Anne Margaret Reid) was an Irish artist who worked throughout the twentieth century. Born in Drogheda, Co. Louth in 1900 or 1905 […]
By Aoife O’Donoghue The work of Kristjana S. Williams, a fine art illustrator, is a unique affair. A combination of hand-drawing and collage work, she has used a quote from […]
By Charlotte Lee The statement that “there have been no supremely great women artists” is, admittedly, an unexpected basis for the most influential feminist essay in art history. Or, for […]
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’.
Michael Lanigan profiles Irish video artist Duncan Campbell, winner of the 2014 Turner prize. His winning piece, ‘It For Others’, and other works are currently on show at IMMA. […]