Art Critique

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Former CBGB space reopens as Spazio Amanita gallery

Arts spaces are unfortunately ephemeral things. As time goes by, it’s inevitable that institutions dev0ted t0 the arts—whether they be independent galleries, performance spaces, or studios—will encounter difficulties, and many […]

Decision To Leave is Park Chan-Wook’s noir heartbreaker

The latest offering from visionary Korean director Park Can-Wook has been making a strong impression across the film festival circuit this year. Decision To Leave, a methodically slow burn of […]

AI-created art win’s Colorado State Fair competition

As all sectors in life become more and more inundated with the digital realm, we will of course keep seeing one of the same questions popping up in the art […]

Archaeologist calls for return of the Rosetta Stone to Egypt

As we have seen more and more nations that were victimized by the theft and looting of colonial practices come forward with demands for the return of ill-gotten goods, it’s […]

Inu-Oh is a feverish exploration of why we create

We are long past the point where animations—and most especially the labour-intensive and detailed works of anime—are not considered with the same value as other artistic mediums. Iconic and iconoclast […]

PRO.ACT Theatre Festival brings English theatre to the Ukraine

As the war rages on between Ukraine and Russia, there is a clear desire amongst its populace to hold onto what bits of normalcy and expression they can in the […]

Notre-Dame Cathedral to reopen for 2024 Olympics

The world seemed to collectively gasp in 2019 when Paris’ Notre-Dame Cathedral was devastated by an intense fire. It was an unexpected and severe marring on a world monument the […]