Author: Miriam Dunn

A Surrealism of Sorts

A key fixture on Cairo’s art and socio-political scene from the late 1930s through the 1940s, Art and Liberty is the subject of a fascinating book and well-received show currently on tour. Selections caught up with co-curator and author Sam Bardaouil to find out more about this often-overlooked movement A snippet of conversation at a […]

Different strokes | Loving Vincent

From a Mystery storyline to interpretations of Van Gogh’s iconic masterpieces, there’s plenty to like about the first fully painted film, Loving Vincent When Hugh Welchman and Dorota Kobiela began work on their landmark, fully painted feature film telling the story of Vincent van Gogh, they decided to stick to the facts rather than play […]