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The otherworldly queer performance artist protesting Russian oppression
Using recycled materials, vertiginous heels and her body, Gena Marvin’s performances – documented in 'Queendom' – are a radical act of defiance.
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5 American art school grads on the value of their degrees
With the cost of an education in the hundreds of thousands, we discuss their inspiring practices and how student loan debt impacts creativity.
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5 of the best young gallery presentations at Art Basel Miami Beach
Photography of life in Rio and animations reshaping ideas of monstrosity are some of this year's must-sees.
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Gallerina style just got weird
Art world girlies are ditching stealth-wealth staples for niche labels and IYKYK rarities.
Precious Okoyomon’s latest artwork was edited by nature
Set in a lighthouse on the rugged Icelandic coast, the award-winning New York artist harnessed the wind for Sequences Festival.
Gitte Maria Möller's abstract paintings are infused with 90s nostalgia
Ahead of exhibitions in New York and London, we speak to the South African artist about her conservative upbringing and finding self-empathy.
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Inside Supriya Lele's art gallery
The designer, curator Donald Ryan and TRAMPS creator Parinaz Mogadassi discuss Qrystal Partners, their exhibition space within an old London pharmacy.
How Parkmart became the centre of Brooklyn’s DIY scene
From ironic T-shirts to one-of-a-kind rave clothes, meet the sellers of Bushwick's rising artists-only market.
How Futura changed the art world
On his birthday, the artist looks back at his singular journey from graffiti writer to industry game-changer.
Aun Helden's prosthetic performance art is a survival mechanism
The Brazilian transdisciplinary artist decided to deconstruct the self to confront oppression and trauma – and ultimately, to stay alive.
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Pilar Zeta’s sculptural homage to Ancient Egypt
The artist discusses her decade-long fascination with the pyramids of Giza and the inspiration behind her new sculpture, 'Mirror Gate'.
The viral Chinese artists holding a mirror up to our flawed humanity
Sun Yuan & Peng Yu discuss their controversial artworks – from hyper-realistic statues to the so-called ‘saddest robot on earth’.