What an unusual time to be in university, unable to meet your peers, sitting at home or alone in student halls, while attending lectures virtually. Many students this year may feel as though this is not the experience they paid for and certainly not the one that they expected. These young people working towards their […]

Loren Eiferman’s sculptures have been admired by critics and art lovers for the past 25 years. Although the artist’s work has been mainly exhibited in the state of New York, her art is known to many people outside of the US. Working prominently with wood, Loren Eiferman’s sculptures are closely inspired by Mother Nature. Her […]

How does art make you feel? Whether you feel happiness, sadness, joy or disgust, all emotions are welcome and valid when witnessing, experiencing and even making art. For many artists, producing work allows space for their internal worlds to be released onto the page or canvas, establishing an intimate experience of contemplation, flow and a […]

The undulating lines and curves within the geometric formations of Franco-Japanese artist Tiffany Bouelle’s work provide us with a refined view of complex subjects. Having extensively travelled from a young age, Bouelle is concerned and simultaneously fascinated by culture, drawn towards the similarities and differences within her surroundings and the people she encounters. Most recently […]

Jevgenija Jones, known by her artistic name, Appias Albina, dreamed of being an artist since she was a young girl. Born and raised in Vilnius, Lithuania, Jevgenija graduated from the Academy of Arts and went straight into making art. On top of that, she also worked as a jewellery maker, graphic designer, illustrator and audiovisual […]

Over the last month we have all been invited to reflect upon the injustices of history. Encouraging a different perspective on the human narrative and highlighting the need for further representation of minority groups within our cultures, institutions, policies and businesses. The education and dismantling of oppressive structures, we could argue, has only just begun […]

What is your first memory of harassment? This is the simple, yet difficult question that interdisciplinary artist Clemence Vazard first began asking women in 2016. Although realising the importance of her work through the documentation of their stories, Vazard was unaware of what huge significance this would have. Then in 2017, the world began to […]

The growing support for Korean culture in the United Kingdom and beyond has become inevitable. With its uniqueness and creativity, modern art rose to great popularity. A demand from art lovers has allowed galleries, companies and cultural centres to pick up the best of the best to showcase their work around the globe. The artists […]

Filmgoers know almost everything about the Hollywood icon Audrey Hepburn, but not many are familiar with the actress’ childhood and youth, and the impact it had on shaping her character as well as her adult life – growing up in occupied Netherlands during the World War II, her parents’ divorce, and moving countries while she […]

Dan Pearce, an Australia-born artist whose work sells for up to £10,000 and is collected by the likes of Anthony Joshua, Rag’n’Bone Man, 50Cent and a host of Premiership footballers, is offering the chance to win a piece of his art for a charity donation as little as £10, to help wildlife requiring urgent care […]