Antonia Shaw

Arts Editor (2008/09)

Antonia has written 22 articles for Nouse

Antonia Shaw

A year ago, I nervously stood up in front of a room full of students. I promised them I would overhaul the arts pages of Nouse, shifting the focus of coverage from our campus bubble to national culture. For better or for worse my pledge paid off and I was elected Arts Editor

Antonia Shaw

Whitewashed shop windows, dilapidated signage and decaying frontages are a testament to and constant reminder of the economic turmoil we are currently living in

Contemporary Art

rillo boxes, Marilyn Monroe prints and Campbell Soup Cans. Warhol’s canonical Pop Art from the sixties is universally renowned. Firmly fixed within twentieth century dialogues of commodity and consumerism, these iconic works speak of capitalisation and reproduction in an accessible, kitsch and now cliché manner

Antonia Shaw

Once upon a time, I had a dream. My dream was to commission the first ever student organised installation of contemporary sculpture on the University of York campus

In God’s Image

The Christian Union has brought the latest student art exhibition to campus. The show comprises 20 eclectic works which are united by the idea that God created the world and mankind

Sculpting the future of British Art

Antonia Shaw interviews two emerging British sculptors – Candida Powell-Williams and Saatchi Sensation Mark Davey – discussing their work and the challenges that face them

Antonia Shaw

A macabre obsession with our own mortality and a general dystopian outlook are both prevalent fascinations in today’s society

The White Crow

Donald Freed’s play portrays Adolf Eichmann’s interrogation upon apprehension in Argentina

Antonia Shaw

The latest production of J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan attests to our cultural infatuation with the accessible spectacular

Antonia Shaw

Antony Gormley, the man who sculpted the legendary Angel of the North and 1995 Turner Prize winner, has secured the coveted Fourth Plinth commission

Antonia Shaw

Hell has frozen over. Charles Saatchi, marketing mogul and contemporary art collector, is to preside over a reality television show on BBC2, an ‘X-factor for artists’

Richard Bean

Antonia Shaw interviews the celebrated playwright, Richard Bean, about his tragic, political and comedic play Harvest