Picasso or Pepe: Wanna buy an NFT?

Insight into the rationale behind buying NFT art. ...

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Blowtorching Peaches Creating Chaos: Heather Phillipson

A review of Heather Phillipson’ ecologically themed installation at Tate Britain ...

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Eat It Now: The New Immaterialism

Art’s race with advertising, reduced to comparisons about slogan and the direct message, seems to be reaching its conclusion. ...

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“You Are Here” at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery: Wangari Mathenge

US-based Kenyan artist Wangari Mathenge's first UK solo exhibition opens during Frieze week...

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Brotherly Hate: The Dread Archetypes of Kane & Able

Comics and graphic novels: Is anyone pushing the edge of sequential art? ...

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Life is a Performance: Cassils

Millie Walton speaks to visual artist Cassils about the body, mark-making and simulating acts of violence ...

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Spray Paint with Sickboy

Brand and street symbols in the work of Sickboy ...

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Signature African Art Presents Solo Exhibition by Giggs Kgole

"Badimo Ba Kgole" pays tribute to the South African artist's culture and heritage...

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Painterly Romance: Amy Beager

An interview with British artist Amy Beager in the context of her solo exhibition at Wilder Gallery...

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Freakscene: The Story of Dinosaur Jnr

Alt-rock godfathers Dinosaur Jnr are given their due in a familial look at their awkward but sublime artistry. Review of Freakscene - The Story of Dinosaur Jnr...

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Value in Context: Art in the Public Realm

Vestalia Chilton discusses the value and opportunities of public art. ...

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Rewriting the Canon: Christiana Ine-Kimba Boyle

An interview with Pace Gallery's newly appointed Online Sales Director Christiana Ine-Kimba Boyle ...

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The Hopefulness of Colour: Annie Morris

The London-based artist on grief, repetition and the solace of creativity...

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The Shape, Sound and Feeling of Words: Ed Ruscha

An analysis of fluid text in the work of artist Ed Ruscha...

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Simone Leigh at Hauser & Wirth, Zurich

The American artist's first major exhibition in Switzerland features all new sculptures...

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Marina Abramović Opens Two Shows in London

The Serbian performance artist presents two solo exhibitions spread across Lisson Gallery's London spaces ...

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A Bright Chapel: Mark Hinchliffe

Interview with flamboyant art collector Mark Hinchliffe...

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Taking the Exclusivity Out of Art: Thorp Stavri

An interview with Eric Thorp and Nicholas Stavri, co-founders of the London-based curatorial platform Thorp Stavri...

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Nick Cave and Warren Ellis’ Gospel Carnage

A review of Nick Cave & Warren Ellis' Carnage performance at the Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury. Sept 2021 Carnage UK Tour....

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Flash Nails and Glamour: SYRETT

The challenge of SYRETT is that it feels punkish and out of step with what we’re used to seeing within contemporary art. Good....

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The Power of (In)visible Community

The Power of (In)visible Community. A social art project in Somers Town, London 2021...

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Michael Werner Gallery to Present New Paintings by Florian Krewer

German artist Florian Krewer's latest solo exhibition with Michael Werner Gallery, London explores New York's queer and trans communities...

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(Text)ural Works and Abstraction at Enter Art Fair

Highlights from the 2021 edition of Scandinavia's largest international art fair...

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The Suitability of Neon: Cerith Wyn Evans Interview

Interview with the conceptual artist, Cerith Wyn Evans who embraces the use of neon as a medium of immanent exchange....

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Abstract Beauty: Ellen Carey

Lens-based artist Ellen Carey discusses her radical approach to image-making...

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Grove Square Galleries Presents Debut Exhibition by Elena Gual

Spanish artist Elena Gual's textural portraits attempt to convey the diverse realities of female experience...

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Courting the Forest of History

Interview with mixed-media artist Gerald Chukwuma on Eve of his exhibition Eclipse of the Scrolls. ...

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The Weight of Canon

Canon, Fandom and Creative Paralysis. Much of the media we consume today, especially genre media, takes the form of such franchises. Art might be no different? ...

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Ed Atkins: “A Weird Faking of Imminence”

British artist Ed Atkins on turning a telephone conversation with his mum into a video artwork for the New Museum ...

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Intimate, Wild, Raw: Karla Black at Fruitmarket Gallery

A review of Scottish artist Karla Black's solo exhibition at the newly renovated Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh...

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