A review of the Hungarian National Gallery's Frida Kahlo’s exhibition, a women who proved that no obstacle is insurmountable, gender does not define how big a person can dream and that beauty manifests itself in all shapes, colours and ages.
An interview with Becca Koehler, a ceramist based in Nashville. Her work experiments with colour, lines, pattern, movement and symbolism. Creating bold, beautiful and unique pieces.
Whether you are heading to Budapest yourself soon or just looking for some travel inspiration, here are my favourite sights, restaurants and activities.
An interview with Josie Sommer. an illustrator based in London. Her work draws on literature, music and art history. Focusing on quirky, awkward, yet endearing characters.
A review of the Tate Modern's first ever Pablo Picasso exhibition, showcasing 12 months of turmoil, fear and passion that lead to a prolific body of work.
A review of Sean Baker's The Florida Project, a fun, shocking and humanist film following wild mother Halley (Bria Vinai) and her rebellious daughter Moonee (Brooklynn Prince) throughout a single summer.