Issue #7

SOLITUDE

by Harry Smithson
In 2020, we have all become familiar with self-isolation. But for many, isolation characterises existence.
In this issue, we aim to platform those voices, their art, and their experiences. Over the coming months, we hope to provide an understanding of how, through shared creativity, we can build a new way of living, out of the shadows of solitude.
Explore some of our pre-print web issue below, featuring interviews, galleries, poetry, and articles only available online ahead of the full print release later this year.

ESSAYS

by Billie Walker
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Credit:  'Night Windows' by Edward Hopper (1928; oil on canvas; CC 2.0)

Credit: 'Alone Together' by David Ellingsen (Photograph)

by Georgia Preece

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Alone Together

Credit: 'Alone Together' by David Ellingsen (Photograph)

INTERVIEW

“What is the role of cultural organisations? Is it enough to hang some pretty art on the wall, or do we have a social responsibility within our community?”

by Megan Daly
by Rochelle Roberts
Tracey Emin

© Tracey Emin (2000) - Photo © Tate - Creative Commons CC-BY-NC-ND (3.0 Unreported) License

DR.ME is the collaborative art and design practice of Ryan Doyle (DR) and Mark Edwards (ME). 

 

Created during lockdown, this series of collage works by the duo emerged from an idle head space during this time of isolation.

COMING SOON:

More INTERVIEWS, FEATURES, TUTORIALS, and our first PRINT EDITION

This issue is supported by the London Borough of Culture fund

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check out our archive with issue six...

TOMORROW

The Radical Art Review is a non-profit cooperative platform fuelled purely by people power for those who think art holds the potential for social transformation. We publish the thoughts, philosophies, and stories of all who dare to dissent. We seek to inform, to empower, and to dream collectively of a better tomorrow.

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