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Dadaism

5 Myths About Dada Deconstructed

Considered a pivotal moment in art history, a lot has been said about the Dada movement. Rejecting everything (even themselves!) Dada members...

Amélie Pascutto 25 May 2022

Ukraine Special

Lyubov Panchenko: Remembering the Ukrainian Artist

Despite extreme opposition, Lyubov Panchenko dared to celebrate her Ukrainian identity through colorful folk art collages. Tragically, the...

Emily Snow 19 May 2022

Women Artists

Art in the Mail: Wisława Szymborska’s Cut-and-Paste Postcards

Wisława Szymborska (1923-2012) was a Nobel Prize-winning Polish poet, but she was also an occasional artist. Her main medium was quirky...

Alexandra Kiely 10 March 2022

Art History 101

Heirs to Dada: Surrealism, Fluxus and Pop Art

Dada was certainly the most virulent European avant-garde movement. Its members attacked not only artistic creation, but society as a whole.

Amélie Pascutto 16 January 2022

Dadaism

Max Ernst’s Collaged Memories

In 1919, Max Ernst worked together with Hans Arp in Cologne where they founded a branch of the Dadaist Movement: Surrealism. It became a new niche...

Magda Michalska 15 December 2021

Museum Stories

Lavett Ballard’s African American and Female Narratives

Lavett Ballard‘s work is currently on show in two exhibitions, When She Roars is on at the Long-Sharp Gallery and Women Heal through Rite and...

Maia Heguiaphal 14 December 2020

Women Artists

An Interview with Emily Thomas

Emily Thomas is a 24 year old, British, emerging artist. At first glance, her bright and vibrant sculptural work is distinctive and abstract. In a...

Isla Phillips-Ewen 25 May 2020