Meet the young rappers of Hong Kong's underground hip-hop scene
Hong Kong's emerging artists are using music to highlight the city's socioeconomic issues and express feelings that much of society keeps bottled up.
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Frankie Perez's portraits capture the raw spirit of breakdancing
The world-class dancer turned photographer's new book ‘See me up? It’s cause I’ve been down’ offers an authentic look at contemporary b-boy culture.
Meet the young artists shaping Saigon’s creative underground
Ho Chi Minh City might be all glistening skyscrapers on the surface, but its gritty arts scene is rooted in Vietnam's vibrant, conflicted heritage.
Capturing love, drugs and debauchery at music festivals around the world
Photographer James Marcus Haney spent 10 years sneaking into shows and raves to document them. His new book, 'Fanatics', turns his lens on music fans.
Pin Chun Kuo’s maximalist polaroids are inspired by doomsday
Since 2012, the artist has taken a self-portrait each day, and the images are as much a diary as a sociopolitical commentary on life in Taiwan.
How Mical Valusek reframed the nude image in quarantine
In the Paris-based photographer’s ‘Home Alone’ series, Mical's subjects gained control through a deeply collaborative process.
Inès Longevial's nude paintings celebrate the complexities of womanhood
The French artist tells us about her love of colour, how the pandemic has affected her creativity and refusing to become a social media 'brand'.
Yushi Li's nude portraits reimagine Renaissance paintings
Inspired by erotic depictions of women throughout art history, and her own desire, the photographer flips the gaze towards men she finds on Tinder.
Jenna Westra’s nearly naked photos of women are not for male consumption
In her new book, 'Afternoons', showing at Lubov NYC, the young photographer celebrates the female form.
6 Hong Kong creatives on making art during the pandemic
With ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, artists have found new ways to survive and thrive in a city that offers little support for the self-employed.
An interview with feminist punk icons the Guerrilla Girls
'The Art of Behaving Badly' is the first book to document the career of the Guerrilla Girls from 1985 to today. Here, the collective's founders discuss their ongoing fight for equality in art and the world.
Designer Sabrina Olivera pays tribute to Mexico's revolutionary women soldiers
The first collection for her label, 'Soldaderas', raises funds for domestic violence survivors in her home country.