Category Archive: art review

Getting to know Matilda Rodgers

Australia-based Matilda Rodgers talks to us about her art, her modelling career, her dislike of nachos and why she’ll never sky-dive.


Little May and their #ARTFORTHECOMPANY

As we walked up the stairs to Little May’s #ARTFORTHECOMPANY curated exhibition and listening preview, we were greeted by the big warm smile of Annie Hamilton (guitarist of Little May). Annie is the mastermind behind… Read More


Banksy Does New York: ticket giveaway

Elusive, Britain-based street artist Bansky’s month-long “residency” in New York is studied in this upcoming documentary. We’re giving away TEN DOUBLE PASSES to our Australia-based chums. Read the review to find out how to… Read More


Magnificent Obsessions exhibition is curious

Alice Parsons considers the nature of collections when visiting the latest exhibition at London’s Barbican: I went to see the ‘Magnificent Obsessions’ exhibition at the Barbican. This is a series of rooms filled with the… Read More


Mutation and Mutilation: MONA FOMA 2015

Seven Sunny Summers of Mutation and Mutilation. Somethingyousaid.com’s Neika Lehman looks back on MONA FOMA 2015: MONA FOMA is the exception to the unofficial rule of music and arts festivals: the art is as… Read More


Dark Mofo 2014: Encores and Apologies

Neika Lehman spent two extraordinary weeks at Tasmania-based festival, Dark Mofo: It’s been just over a week since the conclusion of Hobart’s second Dark Mofo festival. The music and arts festival runs for two… Read More


Art: Tove Jansson and the Moomin

Alice Parsons does some self-initiated research into Tove Jansson, the Finnish illustrator and Artist who created the ever-popular Moomin: I’ve been a fan of Tove Jansson’s distinctive style for a while; always able to… Read More


Art: HOUSE 2014 discusses immigration

HOUSE, Brighton’s celebrated festival of visual art and domestic space, kicks-off today and somethingyousaid.com was fortunate enough to preview all of the awesomeness on display before its doors opened to the public. With an… Read More


Live Review: MONA FOMA, part two

Chloe Mayne concludes her two-part review of Tasmania-based festival, MONA FOMA: I became somewhat nocturnal and culinarily confused over the ensuing days of MONA FOMA. I developed a habit of eating my breakfast… Read More


Photography: David Lynch’s Small Stories

Neika Lehman reviews the current photographic exhibition from surrealist movie director and visual artist, David Lynch, in Paris: “Still images can contain stories. Mostly, still images contain small stories. And, as it happens, sometimes… Read More


Live Review: MONA FOMA, part one

Somethingyousaid.com’s Chloe Mayne checks out MONA FOMA, an annual festival based in Tasmania: I’m going to hazard a guess and say that you’ve all heard of MoMA , the elegant New York governess of… Read More


Sloth Society: Tales from the Tea Room

Sloth Society is an art collective that have been jointly creating incredible pieces for approximately two years; having met at design college and discovering common ground in music, their artistic drive, inspirations and… Read More


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