This year offers an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of artists in response to the 1917 Russian Revolution and many were looking forward to the Royal Academy’s show in London as part of a year-long series of events to […]
If there’s one artist who brought religious art down to earth to express spiritual torment and revelation in a way that 400 years later still shakes you, it’s Caravaggio.
When Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio arrived in Rome in 1592, an […]
Review by Giuseppe Marasco
Parallels to present-day Britain must echo in the heart like the hammer hitting the anvil in this production of George Orwell`s 1984. There are, along the […]