Theresa Chromati explores the power of uncertainty
On the heels of a new group show, we spoke to the artist about diving fearlessly into the unknown and creating 9ft scrotum flower totems.
Angelo Baque speaks to Verdy about his first art exhibition
The two street and skate culture giants discuss Verdy’s kawaii characters, his punk influences and the rules of art.
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Karina Sharif's art is an act of love
The Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary visual artist, known for her wearable paper sculptures, wants the freedom to create on her own terms.
Artists are creating statues in commemoration of the Windrush generation
As we near the 72nd anniversary of the arrival of the Empire Windrush, Thomas Price and Veronica Ryan have created historic sculptures to celebrate the African Caribbean diaspora in East London.
Take a trip to uncanny valley with sci-fi artist Esmay Wagemans
The Dutch creative -- whose work includes ultra-realistic body mouldings and a transparent top worn by Solange -- talks plastic surgery, cyborgs and the human desire for divinity.
charles dennington talks us through his new sculpture-inspired beauty series
How the fashion photographer’s past sculptural practice lead to a beauty collaboration with Joel Babicci and Charlotte Agnew.
sarah lucas discusses the work of revolutionary sculptor franz west
We sat down with Sarah ahead of the opening of the Franz West retrospective at the Tate.
shona mcandrew's life-size sculptures celebrate taboo bodies
The Philly-based artist created an army of plus-size, sexually liberated ladies.
watch solange's mesmerizing new art performance
She has created an interdisciplinary video and dance performance at LA's Hammer Museum, plus a giant sculpture called 'Megatron's Cube.'
the ngv to host largest ever del kathryn barton exhibition
'The Highway is a Disco’ is coming this November.
tom sachs on his obsession with making stuff
As he opens two new shows, the sculpture and bricolage maestro discusses his eternal references: James Brown, Hello Kitty, Carl Sagan.
say it loud: women, art, and black power
With a new show at the Tate Modern celebrating the work made by African-American artists during the Black Power movement of the 60s, we spoke to some of the women who channeled their activism into art.