what do we mean when say ‘auntie’?
A new exhibition is an attempt to add depth and understanding to the colloquialism.
these self-portraits explore what it means to be a queer black man in america
In ‘Flash of the Spirit’, Lyle Ashton Harris reimagines the erotic, explores ritual, and confronts Transatlantic notions of beauty through the animation of West African masks.
meet 3 queer brazilian artists reclaiming their african roots
Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro, Davi de Jesus, and Vitória Cribb tell us how they are reclaiming their blackness through art.
the untold story of walter pfeiffer's career as an artist
Before he was one of the world’s most in-demand photographers, Walter Pfeiffer was spent years working on drawings and paintings in relative obscurity in Zürich. A new book compiles these largely unseen works for the first time.
how to become a collector of emerging artists, with @love.watts
Jordan Watson is teaming up with the young artists behind Instagram's most beautiful images.
joy labinjo: the fine artist depicting intimate scenes of family life
With her debut solo exhibition, Recollections, open to the public, we hear from artist Joy Labinjo on how she began to consider her own experiences as ample inspiration for her work.
a guide to andy warhol's films, from personal shorts to political arthouse
We dig into Warhol's eccentric film oeuvre to celebrate his landmark retrospective at The Whitney.
celebrating fur, australia's most ambitious hair salon
Remembering 22 years of perms, posters, performances and positive messages with owner Frank Valvo.
virgil abloh is unveiling a new art installation in milan
It’s part of a takeover of the new Spazio Maiocchi space by art magazine ‘Kaleidoscope’.
how conceptual make-up artist phyllis cohen infiltrated the 80s beauty scene
From Bowie to Blitz, Phyllis Cohen’s work came to define a generation.
tom galle turns everyday procrastinations into meme art
Nike logo knives and flip flops made from iPhone packaging: welcome to the digital world of Tom Galle.
super future kid turns your childhood into trippy neon paintings
Growing up in the Eastern Bloc, artist Super Future Kid didn't have access to the colourful cartoons the rest of us took for granted.
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