David Hockney Hockney’s works are being displayed for the first time in the Netherlands at the Van Gogh Museum until the May 26. The exhibition ‘Hockney – Van Gogh: The Joy of Nature’ displays the unquestionable influence that Vincent van Gogh’s work had on Hockney’s aesthetic. By IMELDA LOAKES David Hockney is one of the […]
American artist Daniel Arsham is currently displaying his work at the Ron Mandos gallery.
The SIS Empowerment: Students Take the Stage So many hours are spent yearly on a final thesis which will determine whether you will graduate from the university programme which you’ve put so much hard work into for years. But does anyone actually end up reading the paper that determines their future, except for the professor […]
New Femininity #3, ongoing at Melkweg until March 10, is an exhibition focused on answering the questions of what it means to be a woman and feel feminine in modern society. Its organizer, ‘Curated by GIRLS’, is a platform based in Berlin that gathers international artists focused on the same goal: gender equality. The […]
Life, Death and Sound at Sonic Acts Festival February 27, 2019 By IOANA PINTILIE This edition of Sonic Acts Festival surprised the public with a new, powerful theme: Hereafter. At its 25th edition, the four-day festival (February 21-24) was not a nostalgic union that stuck to the past; instead, it embraced important matters surrounding humanity’s current […]
On Monday, February 11, live art enthusiasts with a sense of adventure attended the 26th Nausicaa event held in a remote location in the north of Amsterdam. Nausicaa is a platform where artists of various disciplines are invited to present their work, or work in progress. Having started in September 2016 as an independent initiative of […]