Irene Dogmatic

 

Dreamer’s Gate

Arts and Culture

Standing by itself on the road running through the small town of Collector in New South Wales, the unfinished sculpture of Dreamer’s Gate exudes a ghostly elegance, in tan and windblown concrete and wire,

Lost and Found Art in the City of São Paolo

Arts and Culture

San Francisco artist Irene Dogmatic visits São Paulo’s mainstream art galleries, which she found surprisingly short of visitors, in striking contrast to the city’s vibrant street art scene.

A Taste of Moscow’s Tretyakov Gallery

Travel Writing

Californian Artist, Irene Dogmatic is blown away by her first visit to the Tretyakov Gallery in the Russian capital. Here she takes us through her personal favourites.

The White Temple of Chiang Rai

Travel Writing

The artist Chalermchai Kositpipat has dedicated himself to creating an offering to Lord Buddha, in the Thai City of Chiang Rai. “My impression upon seeing it was that it looks like a Buddhist Temple designed by Salvador Dali with the help of Rob Zombie and perhaps Walt Disney as well.”

Tiger, tiger … nowhere in sight

Travel Writing

The Chitwan National Park in Nepal is famous for its Royal Bengal tigers and one-horned rhinoceros, but the wonderful creature we got to know – and love – best was the elephant. The Bengal tiger, however, remained elusive.

Xi’an’s Giant Wild Goose Pagoda

Travel Writing

Xi’an attracts huge crowds of (predominantly Chinese) tourists every year thanks to the Terracotta Warriors in the Mausoleum of China’s first emperor. However, having read “The Journey to the West”, I was keen to see another of Xi’an’s fabled attractions: the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda.

The Desert of Forbidden Art

The Desert of Forbidden Art

Docfilmfest

Docfilmfest

Wanted in Europe

Wanted in Europe