Paint it Black – Amish Kapoor and the extremes of colour Lucie Rondeau du Noyer discusses the ownership of colour in the world of art

Scandal sells, and many key figures in the art world never resent promoting themselves through polemic, especially not Anish Kapoor. For the British superstar sculptor, not a year goes by without its matching heated controversy. In 2015, Kapoor was highly … Continue reading Paint it Black – Amish Kapoor and the extremes of colour Lucie Rondeau du Noyer discusses the ownership of colour in the world of art

True novel or veiled autobiography? “First Person” by Richard Flanagan Flanagan’s new book is undoubtedly clever, but nevertheless leaves the reader with more questions than certainties.

  ●●●○○   Its first pages seem to announce a novel of formation: Kif, a youthful and destitute father of one and wannabe-writer begins to ghostwrite the memoir of Australia’s most-wanted swindler, in order to pay back his mortgage and … Continue reading True novel or veiled autobiography? “First Person” by Richard Flanagan Flanagan’s new book is undoubtedly clever, but nevertheless leaves the reader with more questions than certainties.