Tag Archives: art

Textural Threads | Rich Mix

From an early age it is understood that in the Middle East and North Africa the predominant system of authority is a masculine one. With the Arabic word ‘Rabb’ meaning both ‘God’ and the ‘head of the family’, the stereotype … Continue reading

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Suspended Accounts | The Mosaic Rooms

Identity has often been a topic for discussion amongst artists of Palestinian origin since the establishment of Israel and the long and complex political history that has followed in its aftermath. The likes of late poet Mahmoud Darwish whose exile … Continue reading

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Wild Things | W3 Gallery

West London’s unassuming W3 Gallery will be showcasing the work of illustrator Misha Zaccour in February. The artist and curator are also inviting families with young children to their drop in art education workshops, giving little artists a chance to … Continue reading

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Lining Up | The London Illustration Fair

Graphic Designer and Illustrator Misha Zaccour invited spilt to join her at The London Illustration Fair to check out the talent and overdose on creativity. Fifteen illustrators have been selected by the organisation’s panel of judges to showcase and sell their … Continue reading

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Making New Waves | Kentaro Yamada and Ronin Cho

Originating in the Far East but living and working in London, artists Ronin Cho and Kentaro Yamada sit in The Woodmill’s studio discussing tea, shiny things and the relationship between technology and craftsmanship in art. s|A: Can you give spilt three … Continue reading

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WAR | When the Personal Becomes Political

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400 Women | Tamsyn Challenger

Collaborating with Amnesty International, Tamsyn Challenger has organised an exhibition by 200 artists in response to the murders of thousands of women in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, “the most violent zone in the world outside of declared war zones”, synonymous with … Continue reading

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