H&M: ‘Street art is to take for free’ By Lydia Alaiadi Clip from the campaign showcasing the piece of art in question. In the recent days, the famous clothing company ‘H&M’ is facing another lawsuit. This time the lawsuit comes from an artist who claims, that the famous company stole his work and used… Read More H&M: The Street Art Lawsuit
Brecht and Rancière are two influential thinkers who want to awaken the people through their work. Without a doubt they have contributed immensely to the world of art and philosophy since their work has inspired changes in understanding both aesthetics and politics.
Antigone is an ancient Greek tragedy where the struggle between morality and duty is a core characteristic. A fictional letter of Kreon to his brother Oedipus in French by Alkistis Karaiskou demonstrates this struggle (text in French)!
The past few years there has been an ongoing debate regarding the Parthenon Marbles or else the Elgin Marbles. Currently, the Syrian Arab Republic is confronting a civil war. Numerous archaeological sites and museums have already been damaged because of this armed conflict. Important Syrian cultural property has vanished because of looting and the international… Read More The Ongoing Debate of Repatriation of Stolen Artefacts
Does the consumerist nature of the 21st century affect our behavior? How does consumerism affect the two sexes and how does it reinforce gender stereotypes?
Is it the “End of Men” as Hanna Rosin argues or are we facing a simple shift in workplace dynamics?