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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.
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Danelle Manthey shot America’s most extravagant Christmas lights
'American Christmas' examines the displays, and the people behind them, through the lens of American folk art.
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Carlota Guerrero and Sita Abellan have an alien vision for 2021
The artist and muse tell us about their project 'Planet Indigo', creating the charity calendar together and the ‘trip’ that inspired it all.
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Meet the boys of Yillar Ziyan, the Istanbul-based skate collective
The skaters turned models for Maryam Nassir Zadeh's menswear capsule share challenges faced by Turkey's creative youth and their hopes for the future.
Alina Zamanova's surreal, alien-like paintings celebrate all body types
The Ukrainian artist explores social perceptions of beauty and what it means to embrace discomfort and insecurity in your own skin.
The importance of Afrosurrealism in 2020
Photographer Adama Jalloh and artist Hamed Maiye examine Blackness and otherworldliness in their London exhibition ‘An Ode to Afrosurrealism’.
6 Hong Kong creatives on making art during the pandemic
With ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, artists have found new ways to survive and thrive in a city that offers little support for the self-employed.
Get lost in Ceramics TikTok, the new 'strangely satisfying' internet trend
The escape provided by this online community of artists is a new, warm and cuddly moment to sink our teeth into.
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Sho Shibuya’s New York Times paintings capture our moment
With his daily sunrises and images, the artist speaks volumes.
A new exhibition traces the history of Colombian street parties
'PICO: Un Parlante de África en América’ is an ode to Afro-Colombian sound systems.
An interview with feminist punk icons the Guerrilla Girls
'The Art of Behaving Badly' is the first book to document the career of the Guerrilla Girls from 1985 to today. Here, the collective's founders discuss their ongoing fight for equality in art and the world.
Counterfuture: the nihilistic Instagram turning archived imagery into art
A new book – 'Conceptual Art in Law Enforcement' – brings the infamous account offline.