Catherine Jacobi: Things of This World

Catherine Jacobi’s Things of This World is a breath of fresh air; a well-received Sunday afternoon reading poetry, an evening at the museum visiting familiar pieces you have had a yearning to see. Influenced by Richard Wilbur’s following comment about writing poetry, Catherine focuses on everyday objects and making poetry. ‘I do think it’s almost always true…

Back to School

Inarguably, one of the most influential causes behind the development of many upheavals in modern art was the Bauhaus art school. Founded and directed by Walter Gropius in Germany on April 1, 1919, Staatliches Bauhaus sought to reform art education, and in doing so, to create an entirely new type of society. The Industrial Revolution played…

Vic Mensa: There's A Lot Going On

Drug addiction, domestic disputes, struggling with new found fame and success— Vic Mensa has taken time to express and expose the events of his life that have transpired over the last two years. His sudden rise to fame began in 2013 with the release of his second solo project ‘INNANETAPE’, which followed the international success…