Dear Google: More Bacon, Please

It has been a while since my last post (give a girl a break – I’ve been immersing myself in the captivating city of Hong Kong on exchange for my FINAL YEAR OF… Continue reading

£50m Down the Drain

    Some people think it would be an unbeatable experience to be in the employ of a celebrity while others wouldn’t wish it on their worst enemy.  Regardless of your stance we can all… Continue reading

Louvre vs Labour Unions

  The French government wants you to be able to pop into the Louvre on a Tuesday if you happen to so choose. Three French museums are slotted for 7-days-a-week openings – the… Continue reading

Real Housewives of Ransom

I love it when some of my favourite things come together.  This week I was treated to the uniting of art and trashy reality TV (hey, everyone has vices).  One I follow pretty… Continue reading

Is it Art? Questioning Artistic Merit and Child Pornography

  When your art work is known for being a social commentary and has been determined both cutting edge and praiseworthy, it is only a matter of time until you find yourself in… Continue reading

Cultural Casualties of War

Casualties of war are always thought of in terms of human lives. These are of course of paramount importance, but the oft not thought of cultural losses are staggering as well. It’s shocking… Continue reading

Default and Da Fault: Zitronenscheibchen and Nazi Confiscated Art

You don’t need to take Intro to Property Law (save yourself the sleepless nights) to know that when you default on a loan, the collateral you put up no longer belongs to you.… Continue reading

Nope, Dat’s Mine

  So you’re in the Big Apple for the first time (or maybe the 50th) and you want something kitschy  to remember your visit by. You could go with the staple “I ❤… Continue reading

Not That Kind of Bacon

         Easily one of my favourite painters of all time finally made a Canadian appearance.  The Art Gallery of Ontario partnered with Britain’s Ashmolean to bring together two British greats… Continue reading

To Sell Or Not To Sell, That Is The Question

  Money and politics … it’s a pretty safe bet they’re intrinsically related to one another – where you find one, you’ll find the other. Who would have thought art would be wrangled… Continue reading