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INTERVIEW: Ellie Fisher

The most recent Fawn Review Readers’ Art Competition saw more than forty artists from around the world go head to head for the public vote. But for many voters, one simple yet striking entry… Continue reading

Banksy Unveils 911 Tribute

British artist Banksy has been leaving his mark on the streets and sights of New York this month with his residency their throughout October. His most recent piece has been a small tribute… Continue reading

Art Meets Mad Science- A Surreal Biology Lesson From Sculptor Kate MacDowell

INTERVIEW: Fawn Review caught up with ceramicist of the moment Kate MacDowell to discuss her work, her inspiration and her ability to fuse science and nature like no other… The surreal sculptures of… Continue reading

Street Artists Cover Every Inch of Doomed Tower Block

For residents of one Paris suburb on the banks of the city’s River Seine, their surroundings have had been dominated by a familiar sight for decades. A large tower block looms over the… Continue reading

Brand New Damien Hirst Unveiled

A brand new Damien Hirst has been unveiled this evening. In Doha, Qatar, before members of Qatar’s royal family and government officials the new piece titled, “The Miraculous Journey” was unveiled at 7pm… Continue reading

Heavy Metal: Solid Gold Structure Exhibited in New York

Visitors to the New Museum in New York over the course of their current exhibition, could be forgiven for thinking that they’ve in fact taken a wrong turn and ended up in a… Continue reading

The Best of the Astronomy Photography of the Year Competition

Star gazing is an undeniable and indefatigable delight. For many, the greatest wonders in the universe are not constrained to earth but rather a look to the skies is much refreshing and rewarding.… Continue reading

Damien Hirst’s Releases Children’s Book

As British artist Damien Hirst publishes his first children’s book, ABC, we ask the question- will S always stand for Shocker? There are many roles by which Damien Hirst is remembered; the man… Continue reading

‘Burka Avenger’ Meet Pakistan’s New Superhero

‘Superman meets the suffragettes’. This is just one of the remarks prompted by the refreshing new cartoon recently aired in Pakistan which sees the fight for female education in the region get its… Continue reading

Multi-Coloured Umbrella Canopy Appears in Portugal

A wonderfully whimsical art installation in Portugal has seen umbrellas float above the sleepy streets of a Portuguese town. The project is part of a council lead initiative to spread public art in… Continue reading

Modern Art’s Invisible Man Melts into Weapons

Chinese artist Liu Bolin has performed a disappearing act in the name of increasing awareness of arms control methods across the world. His performance piece ‘Gun Rack’ sees him melt into the weapons… Continue reading

Competition Art Gallery

VOTING IS NOW CLOSED. Please scroll to the bottom of the page for results. This month we’re delighted to be running a competition on Fawn Review for readers to share their art work.… Continue reading

Graffiti Makeover in Northern Ireland

Street art and murals have both been used as an integral part of spreading ideas and ideologies in Northern Ireland during the Troubles. They often carry depictions of infamous local figures, symbols of… Continue reading

A Stitch in Time- Multicoloured Medieval Make-Do-And-Mend

Conserving beautiful, historical and delicate artefacts is a difficult job to get right. Just consider the furore over the botched restoration of the Ecce Homo fresco in Spain. Restoring and renovating work requires immense… Continue reading

Galactic Landscapes by Paul McCloskey

Landscape paintings have been a core tradition of Western art since its inception. In the shadow of such a rich history of an established form, the modern artist may feel the pressure to… Continue reading