International Photography Awards announce 2020 winners

The winners of the 2020 International Photography Awards have been announced and among the photos are some of the most breathtaking and awe-inspiring photos you’ll see this year. Launched in 2003, the International Photography Awards annually highlight both professional and non-professional/student photographers. This year, more than 13,000 submissions were reviewed from 120 countries before the […]

London’s Tin Can Alley gets £1b revamp by Outernet featuring the world’s largest “digital canvas”

The stage for public art in London just keeps getting bigger and bigger, at least from a digital standpoint. Earlier this year, Europe’s largest billboard located in London’s Piccadilly Circus was taken over by digital artworks thanks to CIRCA. Just half a mile away, London’s Denmark Street area is undergoing a £1 billion revamp, which […]

“Turner’s Modern World” unites Turner’s “The Fighting Temeraire” with preparatory study for the first time ever

The Fighting Temeraire by JMW Turner is among the artist’s most-recognised paintings. It’s been voted as England’s favourite painting, it’s held a prominent position in a James Bond movie, and it’s also got a spot on the £20 note. Now, Turner’s 1839 painting hangs at Tate Britain, on loan from London’s National Gallery, alongside a […]

What The Constitution Means To Me brings hope for the future

Heidi Schreck’s What The Constitution Means To Me just had one of its Broadway performances released through Prime Video. First premiering in 2017, Schreck’s (almost) one-woman-show comes to a digital platform at an extremely relevant time with the United States election underway. Beginning with the high-energy framing device of Schreck reliving her high school days of […]

8 Brilliant Shows to see in London post-Frieze Week, From a Bruce Nauman Survey to Artemisia Gentileschi’s Big Retrospective

Much like most events this year, the main London Frieze fairs did not take place in-real-life and instead, they awkwardly positioned themselves online. Despite this however, several museums and galleries have put on spectacular shows that are very much in-person and must-see’s if you happen to be in London. Artemisia Gentileschi at the National Gallery Through […]

Five galleries to check out (virtually, of course) during London’s Frieze Week

Usually, by now, London’s Regent’s Park would be a buzz with the first weekend of Frieze Week in the books. Of course, the pandemic had other plans and the London Frieze Week was moved online, becoming the second edition of the Frieze Viewing Rooms. While there are still plenty of things to do around London […]

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia new designs presented

While Halifax, Nova Scotia wouldn’t be thought of as a spot known for any modern architectural marvels, the coastal city drew international attention for just that half a decade ago. After the Halifax Central Library was opened, it won several architecture awards and was counted on many lists for top architecture and library design. And […]