JUNEYEN is translating emotion into witty womenswear
The Taiwanese brand draws inspiration from Surrealist art, fetishwear and Harajuku fashion.
Ai Weiwei: "The highest joy in human society is overcoming difficulty"
To commemorate the unveiling of his new commission, ‘History of Bombs’, part of London’s Imperial War Museum's 'Refugees' season, we visited the era-defining contemporary artist in his Berlin studio.
Joy Labinjo is setting a new benchmark for Black representation in painting
With two solo shows under her belt at the age of 25, the British-Nigerian figurative painter’s star only continues to rise.
The designer-artist duo challenging our perception of the fashion display
In their Moscow exhibition, Passer-By, Atelier E.B unpack how mannequins and shop windows shape the way we understand fashion today.
“let’s fight together” - yayoi kusama on the footprint you leave behind
Read an edited extract from a newly revised monograph on iconic artist Yayoi Kusama -- the latest addition to Phaidon’s Contemporary Artists Series.
four chinese multimedia artists you need to know
Drawing on themes of censorship, virtual reality and rapid cultural transformation, China's contemporary art scene is booming.
why the contemporary art scene is embracing the radical and utilitarian potential of sportswear
From Anne Imhof to Bjarne Melgaard, FKA Twigs to Alex Baczynski-Jenkins, a generation of artists and performers are embracing sportswear ubiquity to critique and explore the world we live in.
the young curator challenging the way we view contemporary art
How? By simply bringing it home.
the i-D guide to talking about modern art
Stuck at an after-Frieze party this week? Want to pretend you know what you’re talking about? Read on…
how the tate modern changed art in britain
It’s hard to imagine a time before Tate Modern, but at one point London was the biggest city in the world not to have a public museum dedicated to contemporary art. As the Tate’s new expansion opens to the public, we look back at how the gallery has...
beyond borders is bringing together a global community of contemporary artists in aid of syria
The exhibition and auction will raise money towards Unicef’s Children of Syria Emergency Appeal.
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.