VIVA Curatorial School: developing the visual arts context
The weeklong programme with international curators and academics is intended for practitioners and students from a variety of related areas including curating, fine arts, art...
[WATCH] ‘Beltin’ usher in the second edition of Valletta International Visual Arts Festival
Community-based photography project ‘Beltin’ inaugurates this year’s edition of the Valletta International Visual Arts (VIVA) Festival
Mural in Sliema car park leaves passers-by stunned

French street artist MTO creates impressive mural at the Sliema car park in...

French street artist MTO creates impressive mural at the...

Street art revolution in the capital

The organisers said that owing to their connections in Sweden, the festival will also have a strong Swedish element. 

The organisers said that owing to their connections in...

Dissembling the fortified jewel

A photographer and poet have teamed up to present their own take on the city of Birgu – combining their respective disciplines in an exhibition which...

A photographer and poet have teamed up to present their own...

Tenth time lucky | George Abdilla

Young photographer George Abdilla speaks to us about the collective exhibition ‘Axra’, where he will be exhibiting alongside his colleagues from...

Young photographer George Abdilla speaks to us about the...

The Filfla we don’t know | Bettina Hutschek

We speak to artist Bettina Hutschek on behalf of ‘Fragmenta’...

We speak to artist Bettina Hutschek on behalf of...

‘We don’t know why, but we have to run’ | Julien Vinet and Naoya Inose

We speak to artists Naoya Inose (Japan) and Julien Vinet (France) about their upcoming collaborative exhibition at Pjazza Teatru Rjal, Valletta –...

We speak to artists Naoya Inose (Japan) and Julien Vinet...

MT Observer competition winner takes home new tech

The MaltaToday Observer offers the everyday photographer a chance to win great...

The MaltaToday Observer offers the everyday photographer a...

‘Away from mundane beauty and interior design talk’ | Pawlu Mizzi

Visual artist Pawlu Mizzi’s newly opened debut solo exhibition, Her...

Visual artist Pawlu Mizzi’s newly opened debut solo...

This beautiful rot | Simon Vienne

We speak to French photographer Simon Vienne about finding beauty in an urban wasteland, as part of his currently ongoing exhibition, Urbex, now on show at The...

We speak to French photographer Simon Vienne about finding...

These fragments I have shored against my ruin

We speak to Brendan Buttigieg, Julia Grech and Matthew Schembri, a trio of art...

We speak to Brendan Buttigieg, Julia Grech and Matthew...

Weathering the blitz | Alexandra Pace

Having established itself as a go-to creative space for artists of all stripes, Valletta’s BLITZ is now seeking to make good on its mission to provide a...

Having established itself as a go-to creative space for...

Picasso's Women of Algiers auctioned at almost $180 million, breaking world record

Eleven minutes of prolonged bidding from telephone buyers preceded the final sale - for much more than its pre-sale estimate of $140m.

Eleven minutes of prolonged bidding from telephone buyers...

Human relationships and their aftermath | Matthew Attard Navarro

A wide-ranging exhibition featuring work by both local and international...

A wide-ranging exhibition featuring work by both local and...

Malta Baby and Kids Directory announce children's painting competition

The topical theme of the competition is ‘Malta - A Multicultural Island In The Mediterranean’, which can be interpreted in any way,...

The topical theme of the competition is ‘Malta - A...

Making the Maltese cross | Trevor Borg

Trevor Borg speaks to us about Crossfire, a topical installation at St James Cavalier, Valletta depicting the Maltese cross by means of shotgun...

Trevor Borg speaks to us about Crossfire, a topical...

Art Review | Crossfire

Giulia Privitelli analyses Trevor Borg’s artistic contribution to the spring hunting debate, finding oblique comfort in its refusal to pick sides.

Giulia Privitelli analyses Trevor Borg’s artistic...

Finding your niche | Giola Cassar

Ahead of her upcoming exhibition, ‘I Know I Don’t’, young artist Giola Cassar speaks to us about her favourite theme of identity, and the...

Ahead of her upcoming exhibition, ‘I Know I...

Chronicling unconscious behaviour | Alex Attard

While the Renzo Piano city gate project continues to inspire discussion and...

While the Renzo Piano city gate project continues to...

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