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To believe or not to believe

"Irrationally held truths may be more harmful than reasoned errors," philosophized Thomas Huxley. But the distinguished English biologist’s argument, however…

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Is the web revolutionizing the art market?

The world wide web’s potential as an information superhighway for the masses in generating discussion, debate and participation challenges the…

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Your Gallery at The Saatchi Gallery

A new virtual gallery set up by British mega-art-patron and artist king-maker Charles Saatchi is opening doors for emerging talent…

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Artistic identity in an age of terror

Post 9/11 do Arab-American artists have to pick a side or can they use their heritage to inform new bodies…

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AIDS Awareness: A Dying Artform?

The start of the new millennium sees the AIDS pandemic enter its third decade. Tragically, the number of new infections…

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The Art of Memory

It’s been five years since the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, where nearly 3,000…

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Between kitsch and avant-garde

"Memories are hunting horns whose sound dies on the wind." So wrote Guillaume Apollinaire in 1912, in an effort to…

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The art of reinvention

Just what are the forces driving our obsession with the contemporary art of adaptation? For up until recently and historically,…

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The Changing Face Of Environmental Art

Since the turn of the millennium, world concern over environmental issues such as pollution and global warming has increased exponentially.…

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The new diversity of superheroes - from Gotham City to Bollywood

That stalwart of superhero pulp, America's DC Comics, sent tongues a'wagging when they recently ressurected a long dead character. But…

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