Going adrift with space junk art

Who would have guessed that science and art could bind together and draw inspiration from each other? Science, a system of learning based on...

More than meets the eye: Helen Marten and the Turner Prize

It’s the time of year again when the winner of the Turner Prize is announced. This accolade is awarded to an artist under the...

The art of politics

For the average everyman throughout the world, it can seem hard to escape the political decisions of our respective governments. Those decisions will often...

Kara Walker: slavery silhouettes

Throughout the world’s history, trouble has scourged many unfortunate souls. Struggles have ensnared many people in the world, in many different forms: financial hardship,...

Pablo Picasso: the artist who doesn’t fit in

In modern society, we can’t help but admire a rebel. Anyone who bucks the trend and swims against the tide, we very much look...

The tragic brilliance of Vincent Van Gogh

So often in the world is creative inspiration borne of pain and torment. Unfortunate circumstances beset us all, but they can very much lead...

Why I love the works of Quentin Blake

When some artists apply themselves to each project they face, they don’t seem to be able to put a foot wrong. Their creativity and...

Tales of TingaTinga

The world would be nowhere near as bright as it is if it weren’t for the vast number of incredible creatures roaming its various...

The poetry of migration: Karen McCarthy Woolf and Sophie Herxheimer

There are many reasons why a person might wish to migrate. Daunting a prospect though it may be, it can sometimes be a necessary...

The award for the monarchy-named museum

By and large, winning an award denotes a success of some kind. To hold in our hands some kind of trophy is a proud...