Author Archives: Madalena Araujo

About Madalena Araujo

Journalism Graduate from Portugal currently studying at the London School of Economics. Interested in international affairs and life in general.

STREET ART IN LONDON: HOT SPOTS AND NEW ARTISTS

London has always had an exciting and active street art scene. Whether it’s graffiti, painting or even art installations, this city is undoubtedly full of talent. Anonymous artist and legend Banksy ruled the streets in the UK for many years, making vibrant, … Continue reading

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BRITISH ART COMPETITIONS 2011

Here is a link to a post of Making a Mark, which sums up all the major art competitions in the UK in 2011, with deadlines for entries, dates, tips, things to do and things to avoid, etc. It is divided into … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW WITH JOE LYCETT, COMEDIAN AND GRAPHIC DESIGNER

I met up with Joe Lycett at the Wilmington Arms near King’s Cross, before the gig he was hosting there for Bright Club, “Where comedy and brains collide…”. Although I came to talk about the Graphic design side of his … Continue reading

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BRITISH ART SHOW 7: IN THE DAYS OF THE COMET

The British Art Show, recognised as one of the most prestigious and influential exhibition of contemporary British art, is now on its seventh edition at London’s Hayward Gallery. Subtitled In the Days of the Comet, this edition explores the way in which … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW WITH ANDREA HERRADA, EMERGING FINE ART STUDENT

20-year-old Fine Art student Andrea Herrada talked about her work, discussed her opinions on art and prospects for the future. Originally from Madrid, Andrea moved to London in 2008 and started her degree at Central Saint Martins College of Art … Continue reading

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REFLECTIONS ON ART TODAY

What is art today? Who’s to judge that? Is everything considered art? Those questions are not easily answered. Everyone seems to have different views on the subject. What is designated as art today goes beyond any definition of Art we might have had … Continue reading

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