What hit the art headlines ten years ago?

Join the carriage for a whistle-stop tour of what the art world was concerned about in 2006. Tomma Abts won the Turner prize in 2006,...

Willie Cole: “The Things I Create Make Themselves”

Vaiva Seskeviciute Correspondent (Art)   An African American artist Willie Cole stuns art lovers by presenting a never-seen-before project called High Heels, which gives a new insight...

Richard Hamilton, Tate Modern

  The Tate Modern presents, for the first time, a retrospective that gives full scope of pop artist Richard Hamilton’s 60 year long career.  Richard Hamilton...

Sveta Dorosheva asks ‘What is a Man?’

Andreea Saioc, Editor (Art)   Without lessening the part played by the word, believed by Biblical chronicles to be the first of all things, let us not...

The Versatility of Anish Kapoor

A profile on the sculptor Anish Kapoor, who combines experimentation with discipline to create sculptures that play on the fundamental senses of his viewers. Anish Kapoor...

Badges of Femininity- Lian Tianmiao

Andreea Saioc, Editor (Art)   Lin Tianmiao’s installation ‘Badges’ puts on display an entire modern-day vocabulary of femininity,  with words from Gold Digger to Cougar, from Diva...

‘Matchmakers’ By Daniel Nyari

A New York City-based illustrator and Graphic Designer, Daniel Nyari's works from the 'Matchmakers' series are a blend of geometrical elements in a splash...

Matisse’s ‘Nuit de Noel’

First in our series dedicated to works of art dear to our hearts, our editor takes us through the journey of her personal favourite...

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...

“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...