REVIEW: Bill Viola / Michelangelo

Aaand for art lovers, we're back with another review of an exhibition! (This review is also on Youtube, click here to see it!) I spent yesterday morning at the Royal Academy of the Arts in Piccadilly, London, at the exhibition 'Bill Viola / Michelangelo: Life, death, rebirth', which opened on January 26 and will be … Continue reading REVIEW: Bill Viola / Michelangelo

REVIEW: D. Gilroy’s ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’

*this review contains spoilers* Velvet Buzzsaw has been released on February 1 on Netflix. When I first watched the trailer, advertised everywhere, I couldn’t believe that, finally, one of the most famous digital media platforms was that interested in the contemporary artistic world to make it the protagonist of one of its new releases. And … Continue reading REVIEW: D. Gilroy’s ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’

REVIEW(ish): T. Emin, ‘A Fortnight of Tears’

‘Ms. Emin's nihilism is so intensely passionate that it amounts to her life force. It is carried (…) primarily by language (…). In this day of multiple media and blurred boundaries between disciplines, it still seems that she might be less an artist than a writer, whose autobiography and hard-won philosophy of life would work … Continue reading REVIEW(ish): T. Emin, ‘A Fortnight of Tears’