Paper, flyers, magazines, pamphlets, newspapers and stickers are expanding their limits of use in this new artistic endeavour. 

‘Zines’ (pronounced like the end of ‘magazines’), are low cost DIY publications that are used as a form of artistic expression. Growing in pop...

November 29, 2019

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A Spanish artist who is most known for his innovative self-portraits, Eloy Morales joined InQuire’s Features Editor Tímea Koppándi to discuss his inspirations and methodology.

TK: Could you tell me a bit about yourself and how you got in...

November 28, 2019

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The Mike Oliver Exhibition in celebration of Disabled History Month (DHM) launched last night in the Keynes Teaching Foyer.

The exhibition was put together by services such as the Student Support...

September 27, 2019

A Romanian artist speaks about the time of communism’s artistic censure.

“I am an honest and shy person, with a lot of common sense and I had to suffer because of that.”

In a conversation about the artistic censure, Ileana Sbârcea-Mureşanu revealed to me her story as a p...

September 23, 2019

The essence of who the elusive Banksy is, his values and beliefs, have caused a sensation in the world of art and fascinated the viewers of his work. The themes he powerfully traverses – anti-conformism, anti-establishmentism, pacifism – continues to evoke emotion and...

June 10, 2019

The Polish artist was invited by Carola D’Amrosio and Lara Pitteloud, ‘The Female Nude: Ways of Seeing’ exhibition’s curators to give a talk on her series of prints ‘Think Through Your Body’, which she started working on two years after giving birth.

In an interview tal...

May 22, 2019

An exhibition "The Female Nude: Ways of Seeing" organised by the School of Arts' final year students threw open its doors for the first time on Friday, the 10th of May, presenting Kent Print Collection's 8th exhibition, alongside the art pieces borrowed from numerous g...

March 11, 2019

The Beaney in Canterbury’s City Centre always showcases a range of art installations free of charge to the public. Currently the installation on display are artworks curated by London based artist and illustrator Kremena Dimitrova in response to women during the First...

March 4, 2019

Velvet Buzzsaw: Netflix and Jake Gyllenhaal’s disastrous comedy-horror

Well, the race to deliver 2019's first truly awful movie can be declared officially over with Netflix's Velvet Buzzsaw, an absolute trainwreck of a movie with barely anything that I can honestly say...

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