Censoring the Identity for the Sake of Morality: The Rights of the Artist’s vs. the Deceased
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Censoring the Identity for the Sake of Morality: The Rights of the Artist’s vs. the Deceased

Illustration 1: Andres Serrano, The Morgue (Jane Doe, Killed by Police) 1992 The art world is no stranger to controversy. For many years, works have been constantly scrutinized over their artistic validity, medium, presentation, and almost always, their interpretation. But as culture evolves, new boundaries are being broken, leading to an influx of new ethical … Continue reading

Natalie Carfora
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Natalie Carfora

Natalie Carfora is finishing up her degree in museum studies. She is incapable of deciding what her favourite things are, but mostly she just loves food. Favourite art movement: Northern Renaissance and Baroque Favourite films: Before Sunrise  Favourite band: Melody’s Echo Chamber Favourite podcast: Call Your Girlfriend, Reply All, and Heavyweight  Favourite novel: The Little Friend by … Continue reading

Artist Spotlight #43: Nancy Downes
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Artist Spotlight #43: Nancy Downes

Nancy Downes This year’s SALA in the Square was the perfect location to showcase Nancy Downes’ bold and remarkable artwork. A popular area amongst tourists and locals on their lunch break, this installation would have undoubtedly brightened up their day in an otherwise gloomy and wintry August. In our latest spotlight, Nancy tells us about her future exhibitions and … Continue reading

Artist Spotlight #42: Brendan Garrett
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Artist Spotlight #42: Brendan Garrett

Brendan Garrett. Photo credit: Ashley Sroka The artistic genre, ‘contemporary monotremal whimsy’, was coined by Brendan Garrett to describe his unique ink, pencil and watercolour artworks that celebrate nature and his love of traveling. In our latest spotlight, we learn about Brendan’s favourite galleries and what inspires him. Q: Hello Brendan! Can you please tell … Continue reading