The Paris International Exposition in 1937 incarnated an ideological conflict between democracies and rising authoritarian powers, which took over the art world and lasted until
To what extent did Hispanic scholasticism contribute to the development of human rights in Latin America?
During a historic visit to Naples earlier this year, Pope Francis propounded the image of Catholicism as a ‘theology of acceptance’, recognizing the right for
Over the past decade the European Union (EU) has appeared to stand on the precipice of collapse, with the sovereign debt and immigration crises giving
Why you should take inspiration from these artists and their attitudes. First published in the University of Warwick’s Cobalt magazine, Issue 17 – Rise Up. 21/09/2020
Three places in the world steeped in history that you may never get to enter. An armchair art historian is defined as one who travels
Although bridging the gap between art and industry was a natural consequence of dealing with the economic crisis, it resulted in the lowering of status and prestige of modern art. As modern art became more concerned with commercial patronage, aesthetic value became secondary concern
I explore the methods and teachings by key artists and thinkers of the Bengal School in finding a new authentic Indian style, that freed them from the orientalist image cultivated by colonial rule and help spread the nationalist message about the rapprochement of Indian culture.