Digital Documentaries

Anish Kapoor at Lisson Gallery

Anish Kapoor's way of playing with perspective and tricking the eye with his use of light and colour makes a Kapoor sculpture instantly recognisable. But even those who are familiar with the artist's work might not be able to tell you what a Kapoor painting looks like. Well, London's Lisson Gallery is hoping to change that and Showcase's Miranda Atty went to see if they succeeded. #AnishKapoor #LissonGallery #Sculpture

Photo London 2019 | Exhibitions | Showcase

Photo London 2019 | Exhibitions | Showcase

Dorothea Tanning at Tate Modern | Exhibitions | Showcase

Dorothea Tanning at Tate Modern | Exhibitions | Showcase

Rembrandt's Light

Rembrandt's Light

Picturing The Sistine Chapel

Picturing The Sistine Chapel

Inside the Workers’ fan zone

Inside the Workers’ fan zone

My Türkiye: A fishing challenge along the Istanbul Strait

My Türkiye: A fishing challenge along the Istanbul Strait

What’s the point of observing World Peace Day?

What’s the point of observing World Peace Day?

A real-life superhero: Guardian of Angels

A real-life superhero: Guardian of Angels

Hostile Locals – The need to decolonise education in Kenya

Hostile Locals – The need to decolonise education in Kenya

Hot air ballooning in Cappadocia

Hot air ballooning in Cappadocia

My City, My Country

My City, My Country

Is that really cake?

Is that really cake?

My Türkiye: The Lycian Way, Part 3

My Türkiye: The Lycian Way, Part 3

A day in Ukraine

A day in Ukraine

International Yoruk Turkmen Festival in Antalya

International Yoruk Turkmen Festival in Antalya

A day in a taxi in Gaza

A day in a taxi in Gaza

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