Artist John Rivas paints work inspired by ancestral memories of El Salvador
In a new film by Matt Jones and Joe Cohen for i-D, the artist tells us how he pays tribute to his family and heritage through his work.
Sho Shibuya’s New York Times paintings capture our moment
With his daily sunrises and images, the artist speaks volumes.
Lucien Smith is still disrupting the art world
The American contemporary painter on his debut solo museum show, the changing New York art scene and the pitfalls of finding fame so early.
Amoako Boafo is nuancing how Black men are represented in painting
We sat down with the Ghanaian figurative painter in his Accra studio, fresh from his collaboration with Kim Jones for Dior Men’s SS21.
AMKMQ is the artist advocating for Black African women’s right to be loud
Living in West Africa, the UK and the US, she’s constantly had to negotiate her identity with local prejudices and expectations. Now, she’s creating space for her authentic self through art.
The painter blending Gospel spirituality and abstract portraiture
Brooklyn native Genesis Tramaine's paintings explore themes of insanity, sexuality, blackness and the inhumane.
Meet the women artists diversifying the nude
Bianca Nemelc, Monica Hernandez, Hiba Schahbaz and Nadia Waheed's paintings celebrate the body in all shapes, colors and sizes.
The artist capturing the pleasures and pains of life in Mozambique
Fresh from painting the cover of Vogue Italia’s sustainability issue, Cassi Namoda's London solo show is a must-see.
Britney Spears is getting her first-ever art show in France
The pop star's masterpieces will be on display later this month.
designer patrick church turns his clothes into his canvas
The New York-based British artist's creations have been worn by everyone from Kali Uchis to Megan Thee Stallion.
this artist paints the private and public personas of her friends
By painting her subjects in two poses, Kim Hyunji's life-size portraits capture the duality of a generation.
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