Art

Masculinity: Liberation through Photography @The Barbican, London

You may snigger and giggle, as there are penises of all shapes and sizes, but the theory behind the show is that men are more than their parts. In a world where men are seemingly less liberated, with TV showing peacocking males with hairless, chiseled bodies on show on Love Island and ‘reality TV’, the truth is, in reality, men throughout history have been portrayed in many different forms.

Steve McQueen at the Tate Modern

Anyone who chooses to make a film has a personal relationship with their subject- whether its intimate, voyeuristic, educational or fantastical, film makers have the key to expressing themselves.

Film: Mrs Lowry & Son – now on Blu-ray/DVD

Flush covered the cinematic release of Mrs Lowry & Son towards the end of last year, and we were completely enamoured with the entire film, maybe just as devoted as L.S. was to his mother.

Amsterdam Light Festival 2019

I always love the Amsterdam Light Festival and 2019 is the 8th edition of this spectacular and inspiring Dutch event. With all the lights…

The Most Famous Paintings of All Time

Art collectors spend millions every year collecting some of the world’s most sought-after oil paintings. However, it is important to note that the cost of a painting is not always reflective of how famous it is!

Art: Neverended @ LondonNewcastle, London

In the never-ending quest for acceptance into the world of mainstream art, ‘Neverended’ is a new retrospective exhibition showcasing a curated collection of over 200 pieces by internationally acclaimed graffiti and street artists from the Rockwell House private collection.

Slinkachu – Leisure Facilities For Youths

We featured Slinkachu’s ‘Little People Project’ way back in Jan 2012 and now as part of his participation in POW! POW!, a Hawaian Urban Art Festival the artist know for his depiction of little people living in a big world is releasing a brilliant new print entitled ‘Leisure Facilities For Youths’.