01 Oct 2018
Curate your very own Berlin Art Week
With a dizzying array of events and spaces to see, we’ve filtered it down to the ones that are absolutely unmissable (as well as some you can probably skip), so that you’ll be able to navigate Berlin with ease and curate the perfect Art Week itinerary for yourself, even after it’s over.
05 Sep 2018
Art and Fashion: Contemporary Art Backdrops for your Fashion Week Finds
We’ve compiled some of the most instagrammable exhibitions from London and beyond so that your perfect Fashion Week finds will be set against the most perfect backdrops.
09 Jul 2018
We Don’t Need Another Hero: Review of the 10th Berlin Biennale
The 10th Berlin Biennale is the much-needed art world antidote to the unforgivingly hopeless political climate of recent years. This timely event brings into perspective the necessity of art spaces to address issues that other spaces won’t.
03 Jul 2018
Art and Pride: LGBTQ+ Artists Who Have Made an Impact
In celebration of the enormous strides that LGBTQ+ civil movements have made, and to recognise the challenges that the community have been historically faced with and still face today, we’ve gathered a few of our favourite artists who have furthered these important movements and conversations.
19 Jun 2018
Two wars and no satisfaction: The Coffin Jump and In Search of Dinozord
The interpretation of art, much like the interpretation of anything, is a comparative practice. The Coffin Jump by Katrina Palmer and In Search of Dinozord by Faustin Linyekula reviewed in tandem creates a new dynamic about art concerning war.
10 May 2018
Guide to the Best Contemporary Art Shows in Europe this Summer
If you’re lucky enough to be doing a bit of vacationing in Europe this summer, or even if you’re just in town for work and have some time in between meetings, we wanted to share with you our favourites from across the continent.
01 May 2018
International Workers’ Day: Art and Labour
Art often gets categorized as an autonomous sphere of existence outside of capital, but art, like all culture, is a product of its environment. Yet art has the tendency to be critical of its environment, exposing the absurdity and violence that the system in authority espouses.