I’ve been interested in feminism all my life; my mother was a teacher and talked about how she would go on political marches and feminism rallies in her youth. She showed an interest in women’s rights and chose not to wear a bra at one point in […]
Damien Hirst, I admire not for his art but his attitude. I can see that his art is very striking and stands out from the crowd, but I cannot see through the fact that he has stepped into doing a massive marketing campaign. It all seems too pre-planned. […]
I remember being on my Fine Arts Degree in 1998 and the lecturers organised a coach to take our year to the Tate in London. It was strange for me back then as I was coming from poverty, so while all the students around me were going out […]
Even more than ever, the environment plays more of a role in my views and what type of artists I admire. I love Tim Noble & Sue Webster’s work, imparticular their collection named British Rubbish from 1996 to 2010.
Timothy Noble and Susan Webster are two British artists […]
It’s such a strange time right now due to COVID-19 and so soon after Brexit in the UK.
It’s hard for me to accept many people who can remember what The Tories have done to poor people over the years. And still, they voted the tories in, […]