Satire has a powerful role to play, but it cannot be deployed irresponsibly. To be effective, it must evolve with the times.
Given the name of the foundation, the address where it is located is surprising. Yes, Fondazione Prada was actually founded by the same Prada of the fashion brand. But no, you won’t find the building in Via Montenapoleone — the upscale shopping street in Milan. Unexpectedly, the private institution is situated in an industrial area in …
Former Marine Elliot Ackerman raises complicated questions about intellectualism in a time of war in a new novel about the Afghan War, GREEN ON BLUE.
Graphic Journalism is emerging as one of the most compelling ways to talk about an urgent issue: migration.
Navabi’s work addresses the relationship between West and Middle East, Iranian identity and gender issues.
Street art is the second closest thing to world domination one can achieve with aesthetic weapons
What Eddy Susanto does with his art is turn the tables – now it’s the West’s turn to be romanticized and seen as mysterious.
“So, how do you explain that Mother Mary on an ice cream stick?”
Should art limit itself to spread awareness about an issue or should it also suggest the solution?