iconic YBA gillian wearing on the performance of daily life
Gillian Wearing reflects on her just-closed exhibition at the National Gallery, that continued her exploration of the masks we wear.
dicks, eggs, fags and maradona at sarah lucas' british pavilion
The arch YBA takes on The Hand Of God and the male dominated world of sculpture at Venice, but does she succeed?
a loss of sensation — the ybas in crisis
After 26 years of sell-out exhibitions, major retrospectives and art world domination, are the YBAs finally moving on and trying new things, or has the art scene just moved on and left them behind?
why young artists are returning to drawing in the digital age
At the big museum shows opening alongside Frieze this year, you’d struggle to find much evidence of one of art’s most unsung and low-key practices – drawing. But look a little deeper and you’ll find young artists are experimenting with it in innovative...
angela bulloch collaborates with fine-tuned, supersonic speed machine, rolls royce
Throughout Frieze Art Fair and through the shiny, shiny windows of Berkeley Square’s Rolls Royce showroom, you can currently spot the building blocks of Turner Prize nominee, Angela Bulloch’s installation, Cipher of L.
rock, roll and 20,000 days on earth with nick cave
Visual artists Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard met and began working together at Goldsmiths art school in the mid 90s. Initially celebrated for their re-creations of crucial moments in the history of pop culture and rock ‘n’ roll lore, they’ve been...