Restoration of Valletta’s first church receives MEPA financial support
MEPA grants €85,000 sponsorship to Din l-Art Helwa
Edward Pirotta: sculpture prodigy who befuddled British antiques dealers
A key part of his biography may be ethically dubious, but the wartime sculptor Edward Pirotta (1939-1968) will be commemorated in an upcoming lecture by Prof. Joseph Paul Cassar...
Caravaggio murder theory: just a ploy to make money?

It may sound like something out of a Dan Brown novel, but a new theory by...

It may sound like something out of a Dan Brown novel, but a...

Death of a dreamer

Fantasy, westerns and superheroes – French comic book artist Jean Giraud (aka Moebius) had done it all. Following his surrender to cancer last Saturday,...

Fantasy, westerns and superheroes – French comic book...

From pharmacist to artist

Rachele Bianchi is an eminent contemporary Italian artist and sculptor, whose works are currently on display at Opus 64 Galerie in Sliema.

Rachele Bianchi is an eminent contemporary Italian artist...

International magazine features local photographer

Maltese photographer Joseph P. Smith’s book Survivors has been given...

Maltese photographer Joseph P. Smith’s book Survivors has...

Street art on the screen

They’ve made San Gwann a bit brighter with their mural painting, and their efforts have been documented on video. We speak to two artists from the Troglodyte...

They’ve made San Gwann a bit brighter with their mural...

No laws banning political satire – culture minister

Malta lived 'under illusion of prohibition' says Mario de Marco.

Malta lived 'under illusion of prohibition' says Mario de...

It's good to be strange | Jennings Falzon

Fresh off the set of Sky One’s Sinbad, young painter and sculptor Jennings...

Fresh off the set of Sky One’s Sinbad, young painter and...

Maltese art in crisis?

Maltese visual art seems to be on the brink of some kind of breakthrough, however prevailing conservative tastes and a general lack of support risk undermining...

Maltese visual art seems to be on the brink of some kind of...

What's On | January 11

The week ahead

The week ahead

Landscape exhibition at Lily Agius Gallery

Lily Agius Gallery in Cathedral Street, Sliema will be hosting a Maltese...

Lily Agius Gallery in Cathedral Street, Sliema will be...

Chunks of flesh on canvas

The second collective exhibition by a trio of local artists once again takes apart the human figure at the Auberge d’Italie, Valletta.    

The second collective exhibition by a trio of local...

Maltese painter George Fenech passes away

George Fenech, the Maltese artist mostly known for his landscape paintings,...

George Fenech, the Maltese artist mostly known for his...

Approaching Preti centenary prompts artists’ swap

Over the course of the summer, the figure of Mattia Preti proved to be an...

Over the course of the summer, the figure of Mattia Preti...

APS Bank launches its second photography competition

Following last year’s success, APS Bank in collaboration with the Malta...

Following last year’s success, APS Bank in...

Smallest European capital gets a chance to shine

Following a visit to Malta in January, an international group of young...

Following a visit to Malta in January, an international...

Monument of late sculptor Anton Agius unveiled in Rabat

A monument of the late sculptor Anton Agius was unveiled in Rabat on May 7,...

A monument of the late sculptor Anton Agius was unveiled...

To be vague is human

Multimedia artist Vince Briffa will be exhibiting video art, paintings and photography at St James Cavalier until May 22, as Terrain Vague explores the...

Multimedia artist Vince Briffa will be exhibiting video...

'The language of the contemporary artist has to be global'

An exhibition in Romania – I Fought The X, which opened on Saturday...

An exhibition in Romania – I Fought The X, which...