Sahina Sherchan·39 views
With stories, we evolved as humans and grew as children. We understood...
Sahina Sherchan·18 views
Navigating through the slippery art world, forever fluctuating, is a difficult task for any artist. The recent spectacle of Maurizio Cattelan’s ‘Comedian’ caused a sensation at Art Basel in Miami Beach. The artwork consisting of a single banana stuck to a wall with duct tape was sold to three buyers for roughly $120,000. Bringing us to the question, as Andy Warhol once put it, is art truly ‘whatever you can get away with’?
Theodora Stefan·110 views
Within its controlled beauty, almost rigid at times, Berlin seems to be a photographic experiment– its tempered clamour takes me by surprise and I start to wonder whether the omniscient energy of the city is immortalised below its surface, awaiting discovery.
Arnaud Latran·77 views
A unique building which excentricity and uniqueness makes a bold statement on what a market is today. As a holiday treat, I decided to visit it and experience the Markthal.
Theodora Stefan·20 views
Fantasy and ordinary setting, machine city versus emotion, painting and architecture, all discussed and embedded in Tate's new exhibition on Dorothea Tanning.
Arnaud Latran·135 views
As the new Hudson Yards' centrepiece 'Vessel' opens its doors, it is time to reflect on the landmark; its symbols, its context and its overall lack of clarity