anish kapoor has been banned from using yet another rare paint
Contemporary art's most bizarre feud heats up with the creation of a new colour-changing paint available to all — except Kapoor.
the best art in art basel is definitely these celebrity art look-a-likes
Rob Pruitt’s latest work marries art world stars with their celeb look-a-likes in the funniest display at Art Basel. Who knew Damien Hirst looked like the shark in Finding Nemo?
'old british artists' secure turner prize nominations
For the second year in a row, three out of the four nominees are women, and all are over 40.
activists claim victory in fight against far-right east london gallery
Dalston’s LD50 has reportedly been forced to close its doors, after their programme drew controversy for its link to the alt right.
yayoi kusama's pumpkin installation reopens after selfie accident
A over-enthused visitor lost their balance, damaging an $800,000 sculpture.
dalston art gallery accused of promoting fascism
LD50 is embroiled in storm over hosting an alt-right exhibition of racist memes, as well as neo-nazi and fascist speakers as part of is gallery programme. Leading to calls to boycott and protest the gallery.
moma re-hangs works by artists from muslim countries to protest trump's ban
Each work comes with a new description making the museum's intentions very clear.
anish kapoor creates powerful anti-trump protest work
And wants you to make one too.
labeouf, rönkkö and turner start four year long artwork in protest against trump
He Will Not Divide Us is the latest work from the trio, and invites the public to repeat the mantra into a livestreamed camera in New York, for the world to see.
helen marten wins 2016 turner prize
The 31-year-old artist took home this year’s award.
blondey mccoy’s new exhibition is all about debauchery
Our favourite skater/designer/artist is back with an exhibition of collages, prints and mirror paintings, inspired by Soho, The Pogues and British tabloids.
jenny holzer and robert mapplethorpe works on show in an abandoned hospital
Human Condition, a recently-opened group exhibition, eschews the L.A. gallery scene for a slightly different setting: a former hospital’s surgery rooms, pediatric wing, and psych ward.