Art Critique

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Activist group Just Stop Oil glue hands to paintings

Our world at large has not been short of protest-worthy causes and many movements for societal change over the past several years. We’ve seen powerful traction for important groups such […]

Caravan Stage Company sets sail for final production

It isn’t easy to be a theatre company in this day and age. Not only is it a constant struggle to compete for the attention devoted to filmed media and […]

Marina Abramović’s ‘The Hero’ returns as NFT

As we see more and more veteran artists enter the new frontier of NFTs that shows no signs of stopping its growth, there is a wide breadth of individuals joining […]

Seizure and return of Egyptian Antiquities amidst Louvre scandal

The entire art world has been abuzz ever since former Louvre director Jean-Luc Martinez has been charged with fraud and money laundering in relation to an international artifact smuggling ring. […]

Welsh councillor William Gannon implores he is NOT Banksy

Banksy needs little introduction—the anonymous graffiti artist has been wowing the world with his cutting socio-political statements and iconic representations of struggle against authority for three decades now. He has […]

General Idea retrospective opening at National Gallery of Canada

One of the most influential groups of Canadian artists, General Idea typified the irreverent wit that swirled within the art and culture of the country throughout the late 20th-century. Decidedly […]

Bob Dylan’s ‘Rail Car’ rolls into Provence

Often hailed as one of America’s greatest songwriters of all time, folk music legend Bob Dylan has always shown himself to be a master of simplicity, social consciousness, and storytelling. […]