step inside yayoi kusama’s mind-bending selfie wonderland
Arrive with a fully charged phone battery — Kusama's latest exhibition, “Festival of Life,” includes two brand new Infinity Mirrored Rooms.
how alice neel's paintings captured the diversity and beauty of harlem
Charting 50 years of the black painter’s career and the breadth of humanity she encountered.
comics legends r. crumb and aline kominsky-crumb on their 40-year collaboration
‘Drawn Together’ — the pioneering couple’s newest exhibition — spans over four decades of their confessional, collaborative comics. Here, we catch up about gender politics in the hippie culture, and the power of next generation graphic artists.
12 exhibitions to see while frieze is in town
The whole art world is in town and everyone’s brought out their biggest and best exhibitions. So here’s your guide to what to see right now.
marcel dzama on making art and listening to mexican garage bands with raymond pettibon
Before his new collaborative show with the punk rock icon opens at David Zwirner’s London outpost, Dzama reveals how the expansive pieces came together, and which artworks are in his bathroom.
10 exhibitions to see this summer
Whether you're bored waiting for the sunshine to finally arrive or need a shaded sanctuary, head into the cool of the galleries to see the most exciting art on offer in London (and further abroad) right now.
r crumb: an american scribe and counter-cultural comic icon
Since the 50s, cartoonist R Crumb’s funny, sexy and subversive cartoons have a shone a satirical light on American life and its neuroses.
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.
yayoi kusama wants you to help create her latest artwork
The “world’s most popular artist” has a new interactive show in New York, filled with pumpkins and polka dots.
lisa yuskavage joined grindr to prep for her new show of rainbow nudes
As her new exhibit of stunning trippy-hippie paintings opens at David Zwirner in New York, Lisa Yuskavage gets into the playful gender bending of her inspirations.