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Esther Wambui

November, 2018

  • 1 November

    New York’s John J Harvey Historic Fireboat Turned into an Artwork

    Igor Babailov once said that “Painting should educate and enrich. Modern painting merely offers a split-second emotion: You see it, you have an instant reaction and move on. Instead, real painting can be looked at over and over again and each time it has something new.” It may sound so …

September, 2018

  • 28 September

    High Line Plinth: A New Must-See Destination

    IBN Battuta once said that “travelling leaves you speechless, then turns you into a story teller.’’ How true could this be? Well, I beg to agree that it is 100% true; every time we travel to different places we have a story to say about those particular places; good or …

  • 19 September

    “THE LIST” SHOWN IN NEW YORK

    Social justice is a concept of fair relations between individuals and the society. It means equal access to wealth, healthcare, opportunities and privileges within the society. Refugees and migrants normally do not enjoy their rights and privileges as members of the public; to them social justice becomes social injustice. There …

  • 12 September

    THE DE KOONING’S SURPRISE

    The best things in life are those that happen unexpectedly. The things that catch us by surprise, of course, in a good way. We all love good surprises don’t we? Surprises come along in so many ways; some come as a result of the hard work we have put in …

  • 12 September

    Walk on Art

    Wherever a piece of art is installed or hang, the atmosphere of that particular place changes in a unique way and it becomes more beautiful meaning it attracts more people to it. We’ve seen and thought of artworks in different places: on billboards, in museum, galleries, others hanged in offices, …