Josephine Hopper: The Woman Behind the Oil
‘Posed, captured, framed’, an eloquent exploration of the claustrophobic condition enforced over Jo, Edward Hopper’s wife. An insight into the loneliness felt by Josephine, moulded into an isolated figure and regularly used as a muse by Hopper.
The Kinetics of a Cecily Brown Painting
By Serafina Lee
The painter Cecily Brown works somewhere in between the abstract and the figurative as she dislodges the body from any type of identifiable setting.
Looking at Andrzey Sawa's 'Apartheid Sign' and Ernest Cole's 'Doornfontein Railway station at rush hour', Steph Garratt examines the influence of photographic visual culture during the South African Apartheid...
Pondering on the theme of incomplete works of art, Ellie Lerman explores African-American artist, Palmer Hayden who painted during the Harlem Renaissance...
Stretching over four countries, the plateau is largely situated in south-west Bolivia...