Fooling around in art

April Fool’s Day is rapidly approaching. Many of us in honour of this day will either have instigated a prank on a friend or...

‘A Van in the Sea’ – A Peaceful Mystery by Alessandro Puccinelli

Alessandro Puccinelli's personal photography project 'A Van in the Sea' declares the freedom of both body and mind, being a beautiful invitation to introspection. In...

“Scarred for life” by Ted Meyer: “The Survival is what Makes us Strong”

Scars are not about trauma, they are about survival.  An extraordinary artist Ted Meyer has a passion for bodies: both healthy ones and those that...

Four corners: exhibitions around the world

Edmund Gardener 'Dazzle Ship' Tate Liverpool, England As it comes to the end of its year-long view, take your chance to visit the joint-commissioned ‘dazzle ship’...

Poetry in pictures

There is no single way to be creative. Beautiful artwork can be created through a variety of different media, with each of these art...

When art takes a spooky turn: an introduction to Francis Bacon

Here’s a man who can both paint and sculpt – why limit yourself when you can spread out your talents? Having become an international...

‘Fairy Tales, Monsters and the Genetic Imagination’

  Andreea Saioc, Editor (Art)   There is even a story about the first of stories. With fairy tales being mostly told to children, one might forget their...

Cutting the Conflict with Israeli Graphic Artist Noma Bar!

Andreea Saioc, Editor (Art)   The brightly reductive work of Israeli graphic artist Noma Bar has become a trademark style — bold block lines, clean curbs and...

Focus: Roy Lichtenstein

Siobhán Sullivan, Editor (Art)   Recently I have been examining the works  various  classic pop artists such as, Andy Warhol, Richard Hamilton and their use of mass...

Rising from ashes

Soot, as we all know, comes as the result of fire. The remains of what fire leaves behind are covered in soot. This hardly creates...