hamishi farah’s painting of dana schutz’s son exposes the art world’s white fragility
Presented at LISTE in Basel, the artist’s response to Dana Schutz’s Open Casket and the Whitney Biennial controversy, provokes a German magazine’s ire.
Harry Burke and Whitney Mallett
our guide to this year’s frieze london
Here’s the bright young talent and big names wowing crowds at Frieze’s 2016 edition.
@gaybar is a critical, anarchic and queer take on gay history
While questioning queer history and the homophobic present, artist duo Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings are creating critical spaces for all forms of queer culture to thrive.
dream new york is reimagining the art fair for the internet age
London’s Limoncello gallery are taking the art fair online to make it work for small galleries.
beyond instagram with amalia ulman
Amalia Ulman turned Instagram into a site of performance art, in a five month long performance she documented the life, love and nervous breakdown of a girl who’d just moved to LA, casually taking apart the image-obsessed world we live in. Now, the...
set the city alight!
North to south, east to west, London’s creatives are energising every pocket of the city. From models fighting preconceptions of beauty, to designers redefining British style and rappers making London the sound of now, meet the boys and girls living...
10 exhibitions to see this spring
Spring has sprung, the sun is out, so get out the house and into the galleries and check out all the best exhibitions coming soon to London and beyond.
ficition and the near dystopian future
As it launches today at LA Art Book Fair, we delve into the world of Sarah Harrison’s new novella All The Things.
just enough violence: phoebe collings-james and the failure of representation
In a new exhibition of watercolour works by the young artist, the paintings’ aesthetic grace is often a way to deal with the violence that surrounds us. Beautiful work that deals with ugly subjects.
the south london art scene: 2005-2015
From its beginning in underground squats 10 years ago to the rapid gentrification of the last few years, we chart the rise of the artists, galleries, and collectives who make up London's most distinct and creative scene.
beatrice loft schulz: pleasure, craft and living arrangements
We speak to the young London artist about mixing craft and graffiti in her new exhibition at Arcadia Missa.
carlos reyes is exploring the pasolini archive
A new exhibition at London's Arcadia Missa is examining the revolutionary film-maker's place in today's cultural landscape.