The line of the grotesque | Javier Formosa
As part of our continuing coverage of the young Maltese artists featured in the recently-concluded Divergent Thinkers 2 exhibition, we speak to Javier Joseph Formosa, who’s...
Edging the secular from the religious | Giuseppe Schembri Bonaci
With preparations for the 2015 Mdina Biennale already underway, we speak to curator Giuseppe Schembri Bonaci about this ambitious celebration of modern and contemporary Maltese...
Cracking through the white cube | Tom van Malderen

Architect Tom van Malderen speaks to us about his participation in Hermetik, a...

Architect Tom van Malderen speaks to us about his...

The objects of exile | Norbert Attard

Artist Norbert Attard speaks to us about his participation in Hermetik, a collective exhibition to be held at Fort Tigne, Sliema – where he will exhibit...

Artist Norbert Attard speaks to us about his participation...

Masterpieces showcased at Auberge de Castille

Masterpieces from churches around Valletta, including a Mattia Preti painting,...

Masterpieces from churches around Valletta, including a...

Vacuum sealed but ready to be unveiled | Raphael Vella

Artist Raphael Vella speaks to us about his participation in HERMETIK, a...

Artist Raphael Vella speaks to us about his participation...

Breast cancer awareness goes street art

New street art in Valletta set to raise awareness on breast cancer.

New street art in Valletta set to raise awareness on breast...

‘Art is a consuming fire’ | Raymond Agius

Ahead of his portrait exhibition ‘Behold the People’ – to be held at the...

Ahead of his portrait exhibition ‘Behold the People’...

The art of the matter

Reactions to the recent ‘vandalism’ of Valletta’s City Gate by a graffiti artist suggest that Malta may not be prepared for the subversive revolution...

Reactions to the recent ‘vandalism’ of Valletta’s...

A Mintoff for all seasons

The discussions surrounding the various proposed versions of a monument to Dom Mintoff prompt TEODOR RELJIC to investigate what makes us so keen to commemorate...

The discussions surrounding the various proposed versions...

The art of asking: crowdfunding and Malta

Could the phenomenon of crowdfunding – already a contested concept on an...

Could the phenomenon of crowdfunding – already a...

Don’t fear the future | Patrick Fenech

While his work hangs at Nord Art, a prestigious annual exhibition of international contemporary art in Büdelsdorf, Germany, photographer Patrick Fenech tells...

While his work hangs at Nord Art, a prestigious annual...

A Mediterranean vision in platinum | Matthew Attard Navarro

Fed up with the ‘lack of taste and nepotism’ which apparently characterises...

Fed up with the ‘lack of taste and nepotism’ which...

Comic about prejudice against Maltese enters international competition

A four-page comic highlighting prejudice against the Maltese is currently in competition on an Italian-based, EU-funded website, comix4equality.eu.

A four-page comic highlighting prejudice against the...

Malta’s ‘hipster mascot’ is one year old | Mark Scicluna and Moira Zahra

One year after it first hit our screens, we look back at Mark Scicluna and Moria Zahra’s gently satirical webcomic A Space Boy Dream and the ‘hipster’...

One year after it first hit our screens, we look back at...

Well-worn objects tell no lies | Din Mhix Tazza

Seeking to redress the perception of Bormla through various artistic media –...

Seeking to redress the perception of Bormla through various...

Treacherous memories make moody photographs | Alexandra Pace

We speak to photographer Alexandra Pace about Tampered Evidence – her latest...

We speak to photographer Alexandra Pace about Tampered...

400 years of Preti… and counting

We visit Mattia Preti: Faith and Humanity, an exhibition organised as part of Preti’s 400th-birthday celebrations at the President’s Palace in Republic...

We visit Mattia Preti: Faith and Humanity, an exhibition...

What is Paceville? | David Pisani and Elise Billiard

Everyone has an opinion on Paceville, but have we ever stopped to consider the...

Everyone has an opinion on Paceville, but have we ever...

A bejewelled history of Maltese vanity | Francesca Balzan

We speak to Francesca Balzan, curator of ‘Vanity, Profanity & Worship:...

We speak to Francesca Balzan, curator of ‘Vanity,...

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