Film Review: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Review

Film Review: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones). Image via Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Director: Gareth Edwards Screenwriters: Chris Weitz, Tony Gilroy Starring: Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Ben Mendelsohn, Donnie Yen, Mads Mikkelsen, Alan Tudyk, Riz Ahmed, Jiang Wen, Forest Whitaker **Warning: this review contains spoilers for the plot of Rogue One. Read on if you’ve seen the film or don’t … Continue reading

Artist Spotlight #49: Yasmin Grass
Interviews

Artist Spotlight #49: Yasmin Grass

Yasmin Grass Like a diligent scientist, Yasmin Grass conducts rigorous research before embarking on a new painting. Every minute detail of her work is well thought out, from the checkered design of a floor, to the positioning of exotic birds on the canvas. In our latest spotlight, Yasmin discloses her appreciation of Asian art and her favourite book of the year. Q: Hello Yasmin! Can you … Continue reading

Masya Zabidi
Writers

Masya Zabidi

Masya Zabidi’s dream birthday would be having a cinema to herself during a Daniel Day-Lewis marathon, with a Michael Fassbender blow-up doll seated right next to her. When she’s not too busy fantasising outlandish birthday scenarios, she edits Collage. Favourite art movement: Northern Renaissance and YBA Favourite film: At the moment, a toss up between Attack the Block and … Continue reading

Collage’s Best of 2016
Review / Short Read

Collage’s Best of 2016

A collage of our 2016 favourites Whilst most people would like to forget 2016 even existed, you can’t deny the fact that this year produced myriad rich and wonderful cultural offerings. Here, Collage writers present their picks for Collage’s Best of 2016 round-up. Solange Knowles. Photo credit: solangeknowlesmusic/Youtube 2016 Best Album: A Seat at the Table A … Continue reading

Contextualising Religion and Society: The Continuities and Changes in the Representation of the Annunciation in Northern Renaissance Art Before and After the Reformation (1517)
Long Read

Contextualising Religion and Society: The Continuities and Changes in the Representation of the Annunciation in Northern Renaissance Art Before and After the Reformation (1517)

Figure 1: Workshop of Robert Campin, Annunciation Triptych (Merode Altarpiece), c. 1427-32. Oil on oak, 64.5 x 117.8 cm. The Cloisters Collection, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The narration of the Annunciation that is central to Christianity is based on the Gospel of Luke (1.26-38). These few verses contain the description of the Angel Gabriel … Continue reading