meet the artist making nyc's most covetable embroidered jackets
Henry Mowgli explains why he hates selling the hand-stitched trench coats he exhibited in Chinatown last year.
this black queer art show is changing the landscape for future generations
BBZ BLK BK: Alternative Graduation Show held space for ten recently graduated black queer artists to reclaim their time and re-contextualise their experiences.
revisiting the legacy of theatre’s enfant terrible
A new retrospective at MoMA PS1 in Long Island takes us inside Reza Abdoh’s world of queer culture and social decay.
this instagram puts timothée chalamet into works of art
When is he going to make it into The National Portrait Gallery?
meet the alternative art graduates transforming the normative art world
In May, collectives BBZ and sorryyoufeeluncomfortable called on submissions from queer womxn, trans and non-binary artists of black ancestry for their new art show. Meet the ten artists selected to appear in the BBZ BLK BK: Alternative Graduate Show.
this late artist captured queer love during the aids epidemic
Hugh Steers focussed on the lives behind the disease in his radically soft paintings.
the michael jackson: on the wall exhibition explores the musician's legacy
The blockbuster show opens at the National Portrait Gallery today.
meet the artist behind selena gomez's creepy skin props in petra collins’s a love story
Los Angeles based artist Sarah Sitkin is fascinated with the dilemma of the human body.
the latin american artists challenging trump's narrative on immigration
jump into summer
To mark the start of the season, we throw back to The Artisan Issue, no.290, 2008, when artist and photographer Walter Pfeiffer shot models in designer pants and not much else. Forget Love Island, this is how to look good in little.
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
exploring the golden age of skating in 90s berlin
Berlin was recently heralded by TransWorld Skateboarding as the shiny new spot for skating tourism, but in truth the history of skating in Berlin is as fascinating (and long) as the history of Berlin itself. We go back to the golden age.
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