By Venetia Jolly : This exhibition showcases the different heroinic practices of peacemaking and peacekeeping. Usually defined as freedom from civil disturbance, ‘peace’ appears to be a very simple term on the surface.
By Mariasanta Tedesco : In the realm of Surrealist art, women have been especially overshadowed and underrepresented. However, Surrealism – perhaps above all modernist movements – anticipated the second wave feminism of the 1960s.
By Sena Nwosu : The art sphere has long been a place of activism and a tool to address systemic inequality. Though the medium may vary, artists have found innovative ways to challenge how we perceive as well as narrate the world through art.
By Demelza Kingston : The elemental energy that we seek to harness in clean energy production is evident in the striking landscape photography of Laura Gilpin (1891-1979) who captured the beauty of rock formations hewn over millennia by wind and water erosion.