Alex Howe discusses just how effective and meaningful the ‘egging’ of Margaret Thatcher’s new sculpture will be.
Mia Fulford writes about the newly proposed plan to dig alongside Stonehenge.
Iona Tompkins discusses why the removal of Confederate imagery from the Mississippi flag could be more than just symbolic.
Spotlighting some great artists this Disability Month, ranging from sculptors to revered writers.
With the newest Banksy turning up on the side of a beauty salon in Nottingham, Mia Fulford unpacks where street art really belongs.
Take a look back at how the arts world has treated President Trump over the years and what new material he has given them to work with.
Sally Morris details the controversy surrounding the new Mary Wollstonecraft statue and discusses the implications of representing the writer in the nude.
Sophia Walmsley discusses the recent vandalism of art at the Berlin Museum Island and whether the arts are under fire.
In the Middle Associate, Steph Bennett interviews artist and Law student Hannah Buck about her art and recent illustrations for The Gryphon.
Daniel Oyegade is a British-Nigerian photographer and creative director based in Manchester. He’s been practicing freelance photography since 2017 and has recently completed a Masters in Photography. He also studied Undergraduate Law at UCLan and […]
Picture Bo’ Selecta with Received Pronunciation and you have the new generation of Spitting Image. That assessment may sound slightly harsh however by no means am I detracting from its great genius: 2020s version of […]
Despite its span of 400 years, many of the pieces at Leeds Art Gallery’s new exhibition ‘Natural Encounters’ capture a very current mood in their meditation on the human relationship with nature. It’s timing as […]