Art & History

St Clements

If you take a short walk from the Colosseum along the narrow Via di San Giovanni, you will find a little square with some trees, a couple of marble benches and a few cafeterias. Unusually quiet for being so close to the most iconic building of the ancient Rome, this […]

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Dark Mofo – Bark For The Dark

We missed out in 2020, we were all too busy having our own dark moments courtesy of the Global COVID 19 Pandemic. Despite suffering our own setbacks, we despise nothing more than our ability to move freely and partake in whatever takes our fancy. DarkMofo is one of those festivals […]

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A Large Canvas

Street art has always held a fascination for me, so where ever I travel I attempt to seek out the better examples, either in the cities or scattered across the region’s most remote rural locations. At times the art is well hidden in an alleyway or a narrow lane, other […]

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Richard Wilson’s 20:50

At Tasmania’s MONA or Museum of Old and New Art, a visitor will find items that will amaze and shock. British sculpture Richard Wilson installation 20:50 lives here, it is an amazing piece of work allowing a visitor to literally participate in the work. The British sculptor’s most famous design […]

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