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Julianknxx’s expansive visions of Blackness
A new exhibition at London's Barbican explores themes of inheritance, loss & belonging through the artist's personal lens.
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Bárbara Sánchez-Kane confronts consumption through sculpture
A new solo exhibition shows how the artist uses surrealism to distort the intersection of art and fashion.
Korean experimental art pioneer Sung Neung Kyung reflects on his career
The legend discusses creation as a quest for understanding, and how the current state of arts education could negatively impact the industry.
3 emerging Brazilian artists on their boundary-pushing practices
Supported by Bottega Veneta, Allan Weber, Davi de Jesus do Nascimento and Gokula Stoffel are testament to the richness of Brazil's booming art scene.
Head of State's new exhibition reflects on expansive definitions of home
For SS24, designer Feek Abijako presents 'Home As Corpus', a deep exploration of his father's migration from Nigeria, curated by Diallo Simon-Ponte.
George Rouy's paintings are about human essence
'Endless Song' is the artist’s latest exhibition at Nicola Vassell Gallery in New York.
Richie Shazam is breaking new ground
The artist and downtown New York legend discusses the process behind their photography book, chosen family and reframing perceptions of transness.
Shaniqwa Jarvis is reconnecting with her inner child
The artist's latest exhibition 'Everywhere You Go, There You Are' is a nostalgic look at innocence and the beauty in life's most banal moments.
The RCA lecturer layoffs prove that British arts education is in crisis
The already grave situation in the UK's creative education establishments is only worsening, and the country's creative industries will pay the cost.
9 young gallerists on London’s evolving art scene
Inside the new wave of alternative spaces opening across the city.
The radical roving gallery breaking through institutional art space
Curator Joeonna Bellorado-Samuels on We Buy Gold's epic exhibition featuring David Hammons, Kerry James Marshall and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye.
Iiu Susiraja’s nude self-portraits capture the absurdity of daily life
For her new solo show at MoMA PS1, the Finnish photographer explores the idea of self-presentation.