• November 15, 2018By Lauren Cho

    Most art critics would say that the title of this article should be corrected to Hilma af Klint: Paintings for the Future, the name of the Guggenheim’s newest exhibit. When the Guggenheim is referring to “the future,” however, it’s talking about abstract art. For many viewers, looking at abstract art can be as confusing as

  • October 13, 2018By Aly Balakareva

    On a titanium white canvas is a black, slightly tattered square, almost frozen in the middle of the pure-white background. The Black Square is probably one of the most well-known works of Kazimir Malevich. Its simplicity often strikes critics as lacking creative quality and thought. However, many do not realise that Malevich’s work has greatly influenced

  • September 6, 2018By Nadia Bey

    There is a lot to celebrate in the world, like births, graduations, promotions and other major life events. However, we also cherish the little things: tender moments spent with our loved ones, the sense of tranquility we feel when we go to the beach or the mountains and minute details like the taste of pumpkin

  • September 3, 2018By Sarah Abernethy

    It seems as though the art buzz this summer in Toronto has peaked with the “Art of Banksy” exhibit. Stationed in Toronto until September 19, it has become increasingly difficult to go anywhere in the city without stumbling across an advertisement for the art created by the anonymous British street artist “Banksy”. If it is not

  • August 31, 2018By Inès Blé

    The artistic world has always appeared to me as a closed world, dedicated to experts and great minds. However, this apparent closure did not prevent me from going to museums and various exhibitions to gaze upon hundreds and hundreds of paintings (no matter the reputation enjoyed by the painter), and to discuss topics such as

  • August 11, 2018By Catherine Callahan

    The 2018 Met Gala was a sacrament too lavish to miss; luckily, the Catholic couture it showcased has much more longevity than one star-studded night. The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute now features its largest exhibit ever, “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.” The exhibit serves as an appreciation of the Catholic aesthetic

  • July 20, 2018By Maleen Balqish

    My grandmother reminisced about her teenage years on the entertainment that were served  and the fun that she had, until it made me put myself in her shoes and take a trip down her memory lane, and I believe that all of you here will have fun imagining what I will say after this like

  • May 30, 2018By Irène Schrader

    The School of the Art Institute of Chicago is distinct in its interdisciplinary and rigorous curriculum that allows its students to broaden their skill sets and interests. It is well-reputed and placed amongst the best art schools in the QS world ranking and identified by Columbia University’s National Arts Journalism survey as “the most influential

  • May 28, 2018By Sofia Casamassa

    Sarah Bahbah is a 26-year-old, Australian-born, Palestinian artist and photographer known for her exploration of the inner dialogue of young women in her art. She got her start in advertisement and fashion photography before moving on to photographing music festivals. Bahbah claims that her passion for photography blossomed as she was capturing artists in their

  • May 22, 2018By Zoe Crombie

    So you’re considering getting a tattoo, and why not? Beyond the simple act of rebellion they’re often perceived to be, tattoos can be a stunning and creative way of expressing your personal style and the things you love. There has even been a huge decrease in the number of employers who take issue with ink.

  • April 26, 2018By Irène Schrader

    Ever since the Chinese Cultural Revolution under Mao, the Chinese government has never underestimated the power of creative expression and its ability to shape public opinion; no matter the art form, authorities are always wary of potential controversy. As a result, quite a few Chinese artists have been subjected to the country’s censorship. The following

  • April 21, 2018By Rhea Varma

    Sacred Space is a gallery taking place on Sunday, April 22nd to show off art done by Atlanta teens. I had the opportunity to interview Kendall Greene, the founder of Positivity Party. She’s been passionate about art for as long as I can remember, and it’s amazing to see her passion blossoming into something extraordinary