Hannah Gadsby exhibition “It’s Pablo-matic” riles critics

Hannah Gadsby made international waves with their unique Netflix stand-up/storytelling hybrid Nanette back in 2018, digging into their history as a comedian, their studies of art history, and the rampant […]

Vuslat Dogan Sabancı: Art as an antidote in times of profound disconnection

Between the ongoing humanitarian crisis from the February earthquakes and the divisive political climate amidst the presidential and parliamentary elections, the voices and needs of the Turkish people must be […]

Venice architecture biennale: how pioneering Ghanaian architects reckoned with tropical modernism

Owusu Addo Residence by John Owusu Addo. Kuukuwa Manful, CC BY-NC-ND Kuukuwa Manful, SOAS, University of London As curator of the 2023 Venice architecture biennale, the Ghanaian-Scottish architect, Lesley Lokko, […]

Ashish: Fall in Love and Be More Tender exhibition – a glittering testament to a fashion genius

Naomi Braithwaite, Nottingham Trent University The first retrospective exhibition of the fashion designer Ashish Gupta has opened at London’s William Morris Gallery. As an expert in fashion marketing (and a […]

Warhol x Basquiat re-explores the legendary collaboration

Some historical artistic events don’t truly gain the appreciation or traction their scope deserves without hindsight. One such event is the legendary collaboration between Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat, an […]

Honourees announced for 77th Annual Theatre World Awards

The list of honourees has just been released for the 77th Annual Theatre World Awards, one of the most celebrated and long-running award ceremonies in all of Broadway. With the […]

Whaam! Blam! and Roy Lichtenstein’s stamps

Pop art has always been a style ripe with issues of intellectual property. What constitutes theft in art, and what is merely inspiration or homage? Where is that oddly ephemeral […]