On faith and humanity

Posted June 25th, 2013 by & filed under Art, Audio/Visual.

Back in May, writer and artist Kenneth Zammit Tabona ended one of his Times of Malta contributions by stating that “Mattia Preti was to Valletta

Afghan Girl in Valletta

Posted June 25th, 2012 by .

It would have been a shame not visiting the great collection of images by Steve McCurry at St James Cavalier. Universally tagged as one of

Immortalising a Cultural Treasure

Posted March 24th, 2012 by .

Back in 1994, Rev. Kan. John Ciarlò described Valletta’s Collegiate Church dedicated to the Shipwreck of St Paul in Malta, as “a Hidden Gem”, in

Fishing in a Black Sea

Posted February 27th, 2012 by .

Sajda and Black Sea are the two distinct self-curated projects by Nigel Baldacchino and Adrian Abela, currently sharing the upper galleries at St James Cavalier.

I Fought the X and the X Won

Posted August 13th, 2011 by .

‘I fought the X and the X Won’ is an international visual arts exhibition organised by artists Dionisis Christofilogiannis and Adrian Scicluna. It is curated

Three Artists – Three Composers

Posted July 17th, 2011 by .

Last Sunday 10th July, REDWHITEmt attended the launch of Three Artists – Three Composers – an installation exhibition currently at St James Cavalier which forms

Retro Posters for “Lost Voices”

Posted June 3rd, 2011 by .

UASLU! is a poster promoting the publication of a project by Andrew Alamango, whereby vintage 80-year old Maltese music was researched, collected and published in

Raphael Vella: Reading Cabinets

Posted March 13th, 2008 by .

The exploration of links between religion, fundamentalism and terrorism – is the main theme behind Raphael Vella’s latest installation Reading Cabinets – presented through a

City of Valletta Website

Posted February 20th, 2008 by .

“Valletta is the designer city of the 16th Century built straight from the drawing-board of three men, a Political Leader and Head of the Order