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December 29, 2018

One hundred years after their deaths in 1918, some one hundred drawings by the Austrian artists Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele from Vienna’s Albertina Museum have been brought to London. The Royal Academy’s Klimt/Schiele: Drawings exhibition has an obvious comparative p...

December 16, 2018

We begin this week’s Christmassy edition with an extract of the Gospel according to Morgan:

And lo, Theresa went unto Brussels, and there was given unto her a deal.  But returning to Westminster she found that there was no room for her deal in Parliament.  Indeed, ther...

December 9, 2018

For the last three weeks, France has been embroiled in a series of strikes and protests.  They were originally sparked by the announcement that President Macron’s Government was planning to raise fuel prices, but have since grown to express the general dissatisfaction...

December 7, 2018

The first art-related conspiracy this series of ten aims to tackle is one of the most infamous incidents in modern history, which occasionally rears its curious head in the discourse – but is, perhaps for the best, left out of the canon of traditional teachings of the...

December 7, 2018

What comes to your mind when you think of videogames?

If you are a so-called ‘hardcore gamer’ or a game enthusiast, games are intellectually challenging and aesthetically pleasing, but more importantly they are to be enjoyed. On the other hand, if you are an art lover w...

December 5, 2018

If you’re looking for a positive spin on art history in the media, you’ve come to the right place. 

My name is Anna Thompson, an undergraduate in my second year at the Courtauld, wondering how people in the wider public can feel less afraid to talk about and enjoy art. 


December 5, 2018

Widows grabs you.  It puts you deep into the tight streets of Chicago and paints an image of struggle and poverty sandwiched against extreme wealth.  It is rare for a heist movie to work so hard at making the setting a character in itself, yet Widows isn’t a regular he...

December 3, 2018

The holidays are a busy time of year when it can be hard to squeeze in a highbrow culture fix.  Still, you don’t want to end up on Santa’s naughty art student list...  Check out your horoscope below and find out what’s a must see for your sign.  


December 2, 2018

This week tensions between the Ukraine and Russia took an explosive turn (literally) when ships from each country’s navy clashed off the coast of Crimea, annexed by Russia in 2014 amidst a chorus of international grumbling.  Despite the flagrant disregard for internati...

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