Almost Iris: ‘Find Me Where the Feelings Go’

Mastering the art of the simple line is no mean feat. Just ask anyone who’s ever looked at a Matisse drawing and thought: “I could do that”—only to then fai …

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Palmyra: What You Need to Know

Palmyra – it’s all over the news. It’s been recaptured. It’s damaged, but how badly? What are we going to do about it? Is it really safe? How long will …

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Female Heroism of Prada

Italian powerhouse Prada always brings its best and brightest with every season, and with creative director Miuccia Prada behind the scenes being one of the most re …

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Trump and the Death of Diplomacy

In just 140 characters or less, U.S. President Donald Trump has proven time and time again that words have meaning and, if you’re in a position of power, conseque …

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Yasmina Alaoui: Bridging Extremes and Embracing Opposites.

Yasmina Alaoui is a truly international artist. Of French and Moroccan descent, Alaoui was born in the United States, studied in Paris, and lives in New York. Her g …

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My Journey To The Most Extreme Fetishes On The Internet

We all watch porn, don’t deny it. Some of us search the standard “sexy brunette stripping on webcam” and some of us search “sexy brunette bu …

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Women in Film – Does Hollywood Pass The Test? Not really

Although the feminist movement is making progress within business and the workplace, the film industry is still one heavily dominated by men. When Viola Davis won h …

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Film Review: Everest

Witness an emotional, riveting, perilous ride where tension and suspense is at its highest. Everest, the kind of movie that makes you think “What am I doing with …

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Amanda Dziedzic’s Beautiful Gems of Glass

Earlier this week I was aimlessly scouring through the feeds of some local galleries, such as I am wont to do, when I stumbled across some odd little gems. I was im …

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An Interview with Emily Persson

Australian artist Emily Persson comes from a long line of artistically talented ladies. Roused by her heritage, and inspired by the European greats of the 19th cent …

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Cinematically, Calvin Klein

The month of September is in full swing, and there’s nothing to start off the festive calendar than with something refreshing – in a visionary sense. Ne …

‘TERRA’ at BEA.

It’s always a thrill when we get to cover an exciting new exhibition from the talented slate of artists at Beatriz Esguerra Art and TERRA, the gallery’s newest …

Not only willows are weeping

Not that there’s anything wrong with trees. They provide oxygen, which is always handy, and it is hard to deny they do have a certain serene beauty. Nevertheless, …

Bec Hudson: Open Plains.

We live in the age of the ever-present photo-op. Everyone is seemingly always looking, seeking, hunting for the perfect Instagram photo. Everything’s always perfe …

Vote For Change.

My parents are not outwardly political. I mean, they’re engaged. But there was no petitioning, picketing, or protesting during my childhood. I know what their pol …

Travelling Soldier

The Dixie Chicks once sang about the travelling soldier. The song is an expression of the fleeting affection received by small town American girls from the deeply e …