Review: Visual culture

 
Drawn from the capital

Drawn from the capital

London can be a hard city to love, but David Gentleman always finds good reasons, which are…
 
Circuit visions

Circuit visions

First shown in Paris in 2019, this multi-sensory exhibition attempts to make connections…
 
Signs of street life

Signs of street life

At a time when many of us know our location all too well, having been unable to…
 
Seaside splendour

Seaside splendour

Eclectic, yet streamlined by design. It is perhaps unsurprising that Art Deco is…
 
Many players on the Olympic stage

Many players on the Olympic stage

Germany first hosted an Olympic Games in 1936, in Berlin and Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and…
 
The glyphic and the vedutic

The glyphic and the vedutic

D. B. Dowd is Professor of Art and American Culture Studies at Washington University…
 
An old-fashioned alien invasion

An old-fashioned alien invasion

They Live: A Visual and Cultural Awakening is an exploration of John Carpenter’s…
 
A century of no, No, NO

A century of no, No, NO

An air of discontent has been fomenting in the US since the turmoil of the 2016…
 
Body of work

Body of work

In our digital age, when every image is available and mutable, when pornography is…
 
Signs of the times

Signs of the times

Every few years or so, a choice handful of illustrator / designers make a splash on…
 
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