Home

Latest from the Blog

I Like America and America Likes Me: Revisiting Joseph Beuys’ Most Famous Work

As we mark the 100th birthday of Germany’s most out there conceptual artist, one performance stands out from the rest. We take a look at the story behind I Like America and America Likes Me… Words by Alexander Stubbs. First published March 29th, 2021, at The Mackayan. In 1974, German conceptual artist Joseph Beuys setContinue reading “I Like America and America Likes Me: Revisiting Joseph Beuys’ Most Famous Work”

The Sunday Painter

As the fight against an ever-present and threatening virus continues on, it feels like forever since we could huddle in groups outdoors. As we turn to art for a sense of calm and reassurance, perhaps we can also find some hope for the future in LS Lowry’s cityscapes… Words by Alexander Stubbs. First published MarchContinue reading “The Sunday Painter”

When Is It Time?: A Case For the Death of Art

Sentimental. Adjective. “Having or arousing feelings of tenderness, sadness, or nostalgia, typically in an exaggerated and self-indulgent way.” We feel this way about art sometimes. But why? Maybe it’s time we reconsider the value of art, and stop clinging onto the past… Words by Alexander Stubbs. First published 13th March, 2021, at The Mackayan. WalkContinue reading “When Is It Time?: A Case For the Death of Art”

Follow us!