Editorial Features


17 Mar 2020

Stuck in self-isolation? Banish boredom with these art-related goodies to indulge in from home. Cover image by Edward Ruscha. OOF. 1962 (reworked 1963). Oil on canvas, 71 1/2 × 67

Stuck in self-isolation? Banish boredom with these art-related goodies to indulge in from home

Nothing beats the immediacy of seeing art in person, curated with care to convey an experience within a shared space. We at ArtRabbit will always favour real-life experiences, but as we collectively practice social distancing in an effort to quell the spread of COVID-19, we looked for some boredom-banishing alternatives to attending art exhibitions and events IRL.

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11 Mar 2020

Thomas Dworzak, Taliban portrait. Kandahar, Afghanistan. 2002.

Masculinities: Art Tour at the Barbican Centre

How do Masculinities manifest in contemporary culture? This exhibition at the Art Gallery in the Barbican Centre attempts to answer questions about sexuality and gender with an in-depth look at various iterations of masculinity as seen through photography and film. Join us on this video tour of the show to get a sneak peek of what this exhibition is all about.

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28 Feb 2020

Key 9 Pablo Picasso, Femmes à leur toilette, Paris, winter 1937–38 Collage of cut-out wallpapers with gouache on paper pasted onto canvas, 299 x 448 cm Musée national Picasso-Paris. Pablo Picasso Gift in Lieu, 1979. MP176 Photo © RMN-Grand Palais (Mu

Meet Vincent Van Gogh and Picasso and Paper: Video Tour

We ventured out into the bitter cold to experience Meet Vincent Van Gogh and encounter Picasso and Paper at the Royal Academy. Although both exhibitions centred on European male artists and their contributions to modern art, the two experiences couldn't have been more different.

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26 Feb 2020

Video Art Tour of Bunny Rogers: Kind Kingdom at Kunsthaus Bregenz

Video Art Tour of Bunny Rogers: Kind Kingdom at Kunsthaus Bregenz

Sombre, striking, and inspired by the atmosphere of American funerals, this exhibition by Bunny Rogers in the picturesque city of Bregenz, Austria presents scenarios that oscillate between the ritualistic and the emotional.

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25 Feb 2020

Frieze Los Angeles: Video Tour

Frieze Los Angeles: Video Tour

A few weeks ago, ArtRabbit travelled to Los Angeles to bathe in some of that Hollywood light, breathe in lungfuls of Pacific Ocean air and explore the thriving contemporary art scene of the city, in time for Frieze Los Angeles.

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02 Jan 2020

Hello, 2020! UK art events for your culture diary

It's great to see you here in 2020, sharing in the excitement and anxieties of the year to come. Global politics might induce more of the latter (Brexit and the US presidential elections are in the forecast as if it’s 2016 again), but the art and culture of the UK will breathe life into your diaries with all that it has to offer this year.

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21 Oct 2019

Documentation of Live Performance Besame, Christopher Hinojosa the Workshop, 2019.

Approaching Performance Art: You Amuse Me / I Frighten You

Of all the art forms heralded as contemporary, few have been so misunderstood or dismissed as performance. Despite the divisive nature of this medium, good art should be challenging, to audiences and hegemony, creating new discourse through its ability to disrupt. That’s where performance finds its prowess.

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01 Oct 2019

Sedlescombe, England, Martin Parr, colour photography, 1995-1999.

Brexit Culture

For better or for worse, this time in history will be known for the culture it imbues. While the chaos of Brexit has not come even close to its final chapter, we can get a sense of the direction that culture is heading by investigating what has been on the forefront of artistic interest of the present.

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17 Sep 2019

Christopher Kulendran Thomas, Ground Zero, FIlm Still, at Schinkel Pavillon, part of Berlin Art Week

Berlin Art Week 2019: Highlights and what you can still see

This year's Berlin Art Week may be over, but many of the exhibitions can still be experienced in the coming weeks. If you get a chance to visit the German capital, be sure to read through our picks so that you can curate your very own Berlin Art Week.

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