What if an artist created a ‘blasphemous’ painting, sold it, and used the money to save the life of someone?

I’m just being provocative really, but it’s an interesting ethical / moral dilemma. I heard an artist speak the other week, he had created paintings that included religious imagery, Hindu, I believe. But those paintings had caused a religious backlash. There’s been many instances of this, but I was listening to him, and just wondering,Continue reading “What if an artist created a ‘blasphemous’ painting, sold it, and used the money to save the life of someone?”

The reason we live in a patriarchal society is that the system was devised by men for men according to the ways of men.

If women want to change this they need to devise a better system. True feminism is not competing against men in a mans game. It’s developing a female game and excelling at it to the degree the game itself outcompetes the male alternative.

Time for movement

I’m writing this in the cafe in Barclays Fintech Accelerator, in Shoreditch, a five story building housing innovative financial technology startups from a global field. They’re about to announce the next ten companies in their accelerator cohort. Perhaps the art market could do with a similar approach. Open call, find the best, the innovators andContinue reading “Time for movement”