The Place Is Here at the South London Gallery traces the boundary breaking responses black artists formulated to a racist establishment in the 80s.
Celebrating the long-lasting creative impact of American poet and performance artist, 'Ugo Rondinone: I ♥︎ John Giorno' is a New York City-wide festival devoted to his work.
Diana Chire’s body is her canvas –– not knowing her hair in its natural state left her feeling like cheat. So she turned it into art.
With everything that's happening in the world right now, London must celebrate its non-conforming creative talents more than ever.
This is what happens when three of the biggest artists in the world discuss their groundbreaking virtual reality art pieces.
It’s time to flock north of the border! This year’s Glasgow School of Art design graduates tell i-D about their work, and how the city gained its reputation as Britain’s new art mecca.
The grunge scion and Marc Jacobs muse is also a proficient fine artist, and she's finally exhibiting under her real name.
Rob Pruitt’s latest work marries art world stars with their celeb look-a-likes in the funniest display at Art Basel. Who knew Damien Hirst looked like the shark in Finding Nemo?
Gillian Wearing reflects on her just-closed exhibition at the National Gallery, that continued her exploration of the masks we wear.
As his latest show opens at London’s Serpentine, we asked the man responsible for whacking great tapestries and glazed ceramic cocks to explain what art is.
The art collector and philanthropist was inspired by Ava DuVernay's documentary 13th.
Art Hoe curator Anajah Hamilton told us about her told favourite artists and musicians — the ones makes videos to cry to and songs that have all the real feels.
Dealing with the tragic loss of her grandmother Christabel MacGreevy responded the only way she knew how, immortalising their memory in beautiful colour drawings.
As she awaits her facial feminisation surgery, trans performance artist Imma Asher reflects on the moment she realised her drag character IMMA/MESS was just another means of hiding her true self.
One of the most acclaimed African-American artists of his generation, Rashid Johnson spent the last two months working in rural England for his new exhibition, creating a new body of work exploring James Baldwin’s legacy in the Donald Trump era.
As a new exhibition of his paintings opens at Cob Gallery, get to know one of London's most percipient young artists.
The Andy Warhol Foundation have dug some rare Polaroids out of the archive as a birthday gift for the British painter.
A new multimedia exhibition entitled Wait highlights the importance of looking after the environment following Britain's exit from the EU.
A new exhibition of Alice Neel’s work, just opened at Victoria Miro, charts 50 years of the painter’s career, and the breadth of humanity she encountered.