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Marxism and Art

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The Modernist movement holds a large debt to the art and artists that emerged from the Bolshevik revolution in 1917. While Modernism encompasses many styles, it ultimately...

State of Mind @ the Hatton gallery: an exhibition of reflection

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‘State of Mind’ is a small, but perfectly curated exhibition at the Hatton gallery, exploring notions of self-reflection, introspection and well-being. I felt within...

Francis Bacon and Ellen Gallagher @ The Hatton Gallery

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The exhibition at the Hatton Gallery is centred on the parallels between Francis Bacon’s luminous portraits of twisted, grimacing faces, and Ellen Gallagher’s modernist-style...

Ouseburn Open Studios: Northern Print

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Walking into Northern Print from the drab Sunday afternoon rain provided a pleasant contrast of brightness and vibrancy. As part of Ouseburn Open Studios, the printmaking studio...

Review: Theatre Society’s Much Ado about Nothing

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While this review of Much Ado About Nothing contains a considerable amount of bias, as we are all well aware Maria Ansdell and Beth Rennie are some of Newcastle’s greatest...

Art aesthetic on a student budget

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Sophia Kypriotis gathers her expertise to help you create the perfect art-hoe room...

Bill Cunningham at Cobalt Studios

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Sophia Kypriotis gives us the run down of Bill Cunningham...

Should we be tearing Banksy to shreads?

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Sophia Kypriotis and Theo Turvill discuss whether Banksy’s self-destructive stunt was revolutionary or just downright dumb It would be naïve of us to assume the notorious...