Feminism in Contemporary Art

Warning: This post may be controversial. A few months ago I was invited to a one-day exhibition of contemporary feminist art consisting of paintings, installations and performances. To be honest I have never quite completely understood the usual approach to feminism in contemporary art. Yes, I am for feminism, however, personally, I do not see […]

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Curating: Is it a form of art?

A few days ago a friend asked me to view his blog. He then sent me a link to his tumblr, a website where most people who use it reblog images from others with very little of their own original content. To this I replied that I didn’t see tumblr as blogging as the subject […]

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Why you should study Art History and what you can do with it

Having just completed my undergraduate degree in the History of Art I am all too familiar with people asking what benefit the subject is going to have on my future. Given that I am about to continue with post-graduate study in September, I am now permanently prepared with a long list of answers on how […]

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The Unknown @ London’s Auction Houses

I thought I’d take a quick moment to briefly talk about the treasures that can be uncovered on a quick visit to one of London’s reputable and distinguished auction houses. It is little talked about what can be found at such places as many believe that such venues are only open to the wealthy art […]

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s[edition]

Introducing s[edition], an online art gallery where you can buy your own digital art at affordable prices. The virtual platform for contemporary art was cofounded by famed art dealer Harry Blain and is designed to bring art to a new audience. It is free to sign up and users can follow artists such as Damien […]

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