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The documentary charting the proud history of Black American art
HBO’s ‘Black Art: In the Absence of Light’ tells of how a groundbreaking exhibition in the 70s paved the way for Black artists working today.
Ajamu X is immortalising Black queer pleasure in print
The artist's latest project – AJAMU : ARCHIVE – addresses the absence of books for and by Black British queer photographers.
Pin Chun Kuo’s maximalist polaroids are inspired by doomsday
Since 2012, the artist has taken a self-portrait each day, and the images are as much a diary as a sociopolitical commentary on life in Taiwan.
Screwing with jewellery: these designers are making hard-wear for the body
Lorette Colé Duprat, Juanita Care, Marland Backus and Frances O are adorning overlooked, unexpected body parts with garment-like jewellery.
For art students around the world, remote learning leads to self-discovery
With more time to reflect on their art and experiment with new mediums, these students are making the most out of working from home.
The Latvian artist archiving Riga's queer history
London-based artist Konstantin Zhukov returned home to set up Open Studio, an artistic enquiry into the queer history of his home country.
Manju Journal's 20 hot creatives and collectives
The Ghanaian arts platform is tipping these artists, architects, designers, poets and more for big things in 2021.
Inès Longevial's nude paintings celebrate the complexities of womanhood
The French artist tells us about her love of colour, how the pandemic has affected her creativity and refusing to become a social media 'brand'.
a look at the histrionic characters of nadia lee cohen
"When you look at Cohen’s works, you see this magical blackhole that includes everything from Stanley Kubrick to Cindy Sherman."
These TikToks reimagine classic paintings as outfits
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Screwing with silhouettes: these designers are reimagining shape and form
Marco Ribeiro, Sun Woo Chang, Chet Lo and Terrence Zhou are designing extreme clothes that push the boundaries of wearability.
The exhibition platforming Brazil's queer Gen Z performance artists
Supported by São Paulo-based HOA Gallery, CURAÇÃO is giving space to LGBTQ+ artists of colour to pave the way for a decolonised Brazilian art world.