All posts tagged sculpture

‘The Squash’ at the Tate Britain

No this exhibition is not inspired around squash as in the sport, or as in the Robinson’s fruit juice, but rather squash as in the vegetable. Quite frankly it is […]

Queen Mary’s Visual Arts Collective

This winter, after a year-long hiatus, Queen Mary’s Visual Arts Collective reappeared with a call for visual art from students of all disciplines. The Visual Arts Collective was formed in […]

Basquiat Boom for Real

I hadn’t heard of Basquiat before this highly anticipated exhibition landed in the Barbican Art Gallery. In truth, it was because the photo of Basquiat with his Aaron helmet and […]

What is Art?

What is ‘art’? Just think about it for a second. We talk about paintings and drawings, theatre and books and poetry collectively as ‘art’ – but they’re all so different. […]

Art as a beautiful mistake: An Interview with Niels Kiené (Salventius)

Arguably, art is just a series of forms and shapes working together to create an image. This can be said for a variety of practices from sculpture, to painting and […]

How Accessible is Frieze Art Fair?

Following our review of the Sculpture Garden in Regent’s Park, I went along to Frieze London’s Fair, an annual October event that punctuates the calendars of art collectors and enthusiasts […]

London’s Art

London is renowned for being one of the world’s best cities when it comes to the arts and culture. London’s contemporary art scene is forever thriving with new artists and […]

Indefinite Angles: Finding the Familiar in Modern Art

Consuming art is a funny old thing. Connecting with a painting, a sculpture – anything really – is an intensely intimate experience to go through. Here is something made by […]

Art Review: Yayoi Kusama at the Victoria Miro Gallery

“The paintings are filled with an overflowing abundance of ideas that just keep bubbling up inside my mind.” —Yayoi Kusama A relentless production of work distinguishes the 87-year old Japanese […]