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Valery Katsuba: Nostalgy for Harmony

Photoartist Valery Katsuba is already known in the European art and fashion community. Despite the fact that Valery was born

Monet travels to China

A major exhibition just launched at Bund One Art Museum in Shanghai, bringing a haul of iconic paintings by Monet

“I Want To Report A Theft”: Activist Mwazulu Diyabanza tells his own story in new episode of Resistance

A year ago, you might not have been aware of a man by the name of Mwazulu Diyabanza. But that

Van Gogh and Hockney in Houston: a collision of superstars

David Hockney was 16 when he first came across the work of Vincent Van Gogh at Manchester Art Gallery. “I

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Christo’s last project to be funded by sale

Sotheby’s will offer 25 works by the late artist Christo that chart the planning of the artist’s final project: to

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Frank Bowling takes over two cities

During the past ten years, Frank Bowling has finally enjoyed the recognition he deserves. Bowling, now 87, received his first

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Picasso NFTs shut down by family members

As the untiring march of NFTs begins to find more and more footholds across the arts existent art industry, we are bound to see this trend touched on by legendary artists and their descendants. One such name of massive note

The Tragedy of Macbeth is a brooding masterpiece

One half of one of the world’s most iconic cinematic duos, Joel Coen has dipped his toes deep into the depths of theatre with his solo directorial debut, and it is as engrossing as one would get. Tackling none other

Lost Soul Animal Rescue is a spirited delve into nature’s fragility

With many theatres across the globe once again seeing productions shut down and doors closing for who knows how long, existent streams of digital storytelling are a good fallback for many theatre companies. And in their third audio drama since

Nina Lee Aquino appointed as NAC’s English artistic director

Canada’s National Arts Centre has remained the head of the country’s performing arts for over half a century. Situated in the capital of Ottawa, it serves as not only a home for renowned Canadian theatre but a massive investor in

To New Year’s Eve and beyond

Without a doubt, we are moving into another year with a large damper on our hopes and plans. While a large amount of 2021 had hopeful resurgences across artistic mediums, we are now seeing things slide back into high case

Bell Hooks passes, leaving legacy of activism and progress

December 15th saw the death of the legendary author, activist, and professor bell hooks. An impassioned proponent of intersectional feminism and fearless critic of racist and classist societal frameworks, hooks succumbed to kidney failure at the age of 69. Immediately

“Inspiring Walt Disney” connects classic animation and European design

While they still churn out memorable animations year after year, Disney has lost more and more of their veneer over the years and shown their cool corporate face. But there certainly was a time when the company was seen only

The Eternal Sailor sets love adrift in seas of chaos

Already showcasing the second offering of their new Theatre for the Ears platform, theatre company Sound the Alarm dives into another pool of isolation with the cerebral story of love at a distance The Eternal Sailor. An aptly evocative title

Stratford Festival’s 2022 season announced

It’s an understatement to say that the past two years flew by—few of us have lived through social conditions and constraints such as these, and it has made the time just rush. But 2022 is a month away, and with