Editorial Features


27 Apr 2022

Launch of our 2022 Berlin Gallery Weekend Interactive Map & Trails

Launch of our 2022 Berlin Gallery Weekend Interactive Map & Trails

This weekend sees Berlin's galleries showcasing the best of what the city's contemporary art scene has to offer for the annual Gallery Weekend Berlin.

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14 Apr 2022

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Art Bunnies

When we set out to create a practical guide to contemporary art exhibitions and events, the idea of an “art rabbit” came up in a conversation about myriad voices and fast-spreading phenomena.

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08 Mar 2022

Lubaina Himid's Ball on Shipboard, colourful painting with six people standing either in groups or alone and one inside a rowing boat

10 Major Museum Shows by Women Artists

Why do we still celebrate International Women's Day? There's been a significant change and attitudinal shift about women's equality and emancipation over the past few decades, but there is still so much left to do.

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23 Mar 2021

A colourful scene with stylised individuals lounging against green at dusk, drinking wine and eating grapes.

Oranj x ArtRabbit Poster Competition Winners

ArtRabbit and Oranj are pleased to announce the top entries for our Poster Competition on the theme of Rebirth. Of all the quality entries, the winning design belongs to photographer Will Creswick, with talented runners up Gwenba, Imo Crossland, Jess Pemberton, Kaitlin Swann and Darren Shaddick.

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19 Dec 2020

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ArtRabbit's Last-Minute Holiday Gift Guide

Still looking for that perfect last-minute gift for the art lovers in your life? Whether it’s a friend, significant other or yourself, most of these art-related gifts don’t require postage and support arts organisations or creators to help culture thrive in 2021.

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19 Nov 2020

Damien Hirst's Charity, a sculpture of a blonde cartoon girl in a blue nightgown holding a teddybear and a sign that says

Art beyond walls and screens: outdoor art in the UK to beat lockdown blues

Make your daily allotment of outdoor exercise during lockdown more interesting with art installed in public spaces. Splashed on street corners, situated in parks, or else taking up space in front of civic buildings, you don’t have to wait until December to see these artworks.

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02 Jun 2020

Faith Ringgold, American People Series #15: Hide Little Children, 1964, oil on canvas, framed, 66 x 121.9 cm, 26 x 48 in.

Black Lives Matter: Black Artists on the Subjugation of Black Bodies

Over the past few days, the escalating events in the US have given us pause on what we can do to elevate the right voices in this critical time. We recognise that part of our community is hurting and it’s not okay to be silent. Black Lives Matter. Black Voices Matter. We stand in solidarity with everyone fighting for a better world and in defiance of racism.

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26 May 2020

Art from home: your guide on everything from virtual exhibitions to projects for kids

Art from home: your guide on everything from virtual exhibitions to projects for kids

Art and culture are brilliant for both restoring a bit of normalcy to your day-to-day as well as providing commentary on this new collective experience of mass quarantining. Each week, we’ll be updating our Art from Home guide with the best art you can experience from home, provided by organisations from around the world.

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31 Mar 2020

C├ęcile B. Evans, Amos World Episode 2 (film still), 2019.  There's been lots of talk about dystopia and the end of the world just as digital technology has become ever more integral to our day-to-day lives. In adding to this might-as-well-be-sci-fi reali

Engage with Culture Virtually from Anywhere

Museums, galleries and cultural organisations have been ramping up their virtual experiences in the past few weeks in response to temporary closures of physical locations. We’ve picked our favourites from this growing list so that no matter how you're feeling, you can feel it while experiencing some culture.

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