Cao Fei (b. 1976) is a multimedia artist born in Guangzhou. Characterised by Fine Art Multiple as an enfant terrible due to the eccentricity of her work, she is at the forefront […]
Tullio Crali’s (1910-2000) first showing in Britain is at a small, beautifully set gallery in North London. The Estorick Collection, a tastefully converted Georgian residence, displays two rooms of his works. A […]
In her first column, Alison Hall laments the terrifying and inevitable process of “growing up.” An August birthday has always been both a blessing and a curse. As a child I never […]
Tullio Crali is a fantastically undiscovered Italian artist, whose work dwells on the motor-eroticism of the twentieth century. This writer takes a look at his oeuvre, that spans seven decades and was shown for the first time in Britain earlier this year.
Are we still unequivocally and irrevocably in love with the Twilight Saga? Let’s face it, Stephenie Meyer’s Midnight Sun is not the book release we need, but the emotional release we deserve. […]
A Tom & Jerry article. A thoroughly useless overanalysis, which serves only to tarnish academia’s sainted reputation. However, all great works of art ought to be subject to various critical interpretations, and […]
At The Flete we are dedicated to covering the diverse range of talents showcased by Oxford students. We are also unafraid to both rhapsodise about and provide cutting critique on the cultural […]