byob: the exhibition projecting digital art worldwide
i-D writer and Brainchild Festival art director, Lily Bonesso, discusses the perfect platform for digital art.
is the grass really green and are the girls really pretty down in paradise city?
There’s trouble in paradise as artists Varia Mhitarian and Imogen Parry curate an exhibition titled Exotica, that explores the effect of human excess on tropical beauty and the urban longing for palm trees and pineapple pie…
lee miller was the photographer who gave a voice to the women of war
Lee Miller was the American photographer who put the brutal reality of the Second World War’s frontline in the pages of Vogue. As a retrospective of her work opens up at the Imperial War Museum, we look back at the legacy she left behind.
what not to miss at art licks weekend
Read on to get the most out of this lip-lickingly good weekend…
wake up and smell the art at tate sensorium
See, hear, smell, touch and taste the (Francis) Bacon as Tate Britain opens it’s wonder Sensorium.
artist emily motto talks pixels, positions and play-doh
As Ruskin graduate Emily Motto opens her exhibition Postures at Rice + Toye Gallery today we meet up with the artist to delve into her world of wonderful sculptures.
unlocking the secrets of the sealed room in frida kahlo’s blue house
Photographer Ishiuchi Miyako discusses her new show at the Michael Hoppen Gallery, which explores the personal belongings of artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo.
sonia delaunay and caroline de maigret become one in new tate film
The model and muse falls into a Delauney-inspired dreamworld in Bertrand Le Pluard’s film.
the tate shines the spotlight on young designers at work in new film
In response to the 'Nick Waplington/Alexander McQueen: Working Process' exhibition at the Tate Britain, Tate Collectives films four young creatives in their own work space.
a new look at japanese bondage rituals
Japan’s underground sex scene thrives on fetish practices and erotic rituals. We explore the art of Japanese bondage through the eyes of Londoners: provocative photographer Millicent Hailes and model Tessa Kuragi.
iain mckell explores the tired dreamers of american idealism at salon evening - tonight!
Famed for distilling decades of British subculture into series’ of images, photographer Iain McKell is now taking us on a tumultuous journey across America…
nick waplington/alexander mcqueen 'working process' opens next week at tate britain
Running alongside the V&A's 'Savage Beauty', 'Working Process' looks at the designer's final collection through the lens of photographer Nick Waplington.