Interview with LDG founder Luisa-Maria MacCormack about art and gender violence.
Michelle Mendieta Mean travels with us through her experiences of nature and the world in a standstill period of anxiety through a polaroid photo essay.
A vision of the future? The Last Place On Earth is an immersive video and auditory experience depicting a dystopian future in which humanity has been destroyed by environmental catastrophe. Sarah discusses what this means for the relationship between humankind and nature.
Anvee Bhutani interviews recent fine art graduate Helena Greening on her experiences of working in lockdown. This is the first of the culture team’s new interview series ‘Meet the Creatives’.
Ellie Thompson chats with Lewis Campbell-Smith about his new creative and collaborative project, the zine Prism.
Even at the best of times, funding for art is hard to find. As is well known, lockdown has made this yet more precarious making today a worrying and uncertain time for art institutions. It is therefore relieving to see that some have made it work in their favour, with the London Drawing Group’s array Read More…
The easel had been lying forlornly behind my wardrobe and was becoming an eyesore – a constant, nagging reminder of a passion, at one time central to my existence, which had gradually been eclipsed by other commitments, responsibilities, and distractions. With lockdown, many of these distractions had dried up, and finally, there was a chance Read More…
‘Genius’ is the buzzword inextricable from Picasso, who is hailed as such (at least in part) due to the stylistically subversive nature of his works. What feels far less radical is the constant influx of exhibitions throughout major art institutions, re-examining and claiming to offer a different perspective on how to view the notorious artist’s Read More…
The Opinion and Features Editors give their opinions on a range of topics in bitesize articles.
The Blue is expanding its team of illustrators for TT20. Grab your pencils/watercolours/graphics pens, because we have mountains of projects incoming.