Nina Holguin takes us on a trip to Rome, looking back on her visit to the Galleria Borghese, and what made her fall for the work of Bernini and Caravaggio.
“The consumption of art, post pandemic, will be a very revealing phenomenon: will it be to teach us lessons? Or will it fill the void of processing trauma for a grief stricken population?”
Cormac Malone explores how the art of the coronavirus pandemic might look, and why, unlike Spanish Flu, Covid-19 will remain in the cultural mainstream.
Illustration by Rosa Bonnin.
With the release of Industry’s exhibition ‘Brick-a-brack’ this week, Luisa Karman and Ciara Beale explore the experience of displaying work online.
Loveday Pride explores the inevitable step into digital fashion with Gucci’s recent release of VR sneakers.
Khadijah Ali, a student photographer, explores how her work has changed over the past year.
Hayley Daffern recommends six films to inspire us while galleries remain closed.
Loveday Pride, a first-year fine art student, on the necessity having an online presence as an artist in 2021.
Antonia Jameson reviews the Tate Liverpool’s complex ‘Whose Tradition?’ an exhibition which still needs to clarify the questions it is asking.
Marnie Shutter on the the experience of an in-person gallery, during the pandemic.
Bianka interviews Daniella Thach on topics of cultural identity and reconciliation with lost family heritage through art.