Jason deCaires Taylor – On Eco-Sculpture or How to Save the Planet

Andreea Saioc, Editor (Art)   One could guiltlessly claim that we now live in a time that has risen above all the golden eras of the past, be that...

‘Reality Rearranged’ — By Tommy Ingberg

Andreea Saioc, Editor (Art)    Who's afraid of surrealism? I can't have a certain answer to it, but what I and Google do know is what were...

Louvre’s Islamic Art Wing attempts to conciliate Political Tensions

Andreea Saioc, Editor (Art)   PARIS - Following a sustained effort of 10 years and a cost of approximately 130 million euro, the famous Louvre inaugurated its...

It’s Simply human ‘Nature’ – by Igor Morski

Andreea Saioc, Editor (Art)   Despite its seeming everydayness, the human nature appears to be a concept of a delicate and complicated substance. Perhaps because it lies...

Focus: Jenny Saville

Siobhán Sullivan, Editor (Art)   British artist Jenny Saville’s work is undoubtedly unique and immediately identifiable. Saville masterfully takes a method of painting that is widely viewed...

Jon Smith and the Exploding Light Bulbs

Andreea Saioc, Editor (Art) American artist Jon Smith proves the ordinary is nothing but a state of mind, with his amazing series of high-speed photographs of...

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...

Jeff Koons and his interesting kitsch

That’s not to say that Koons’ work is in bad taste though many believe it is. In 2014, an exhibition review in The Guardian of 'Jeff...

Art of the desert

There are several places in the natural world to which artists can turn for inspiration. Take the rainforest, for example, with its vibrant wildlife...

Raymond Briggs – The Snowman

Siobhán Sullivan, Editor (Art)   Continuing along the Christmas theme this week, I have decided to draw attention to the intricate heartwarming illustrations and animations, that have...