As cities grow and change, so too does culture. We’ve sought out trailblazing art cities around the world – from contemporary-focused hubs to classical townships – all
Roland Barthes once said that a photograph corresponds to the public consumption of the private, to an “explosion of the private into the public”. Dear
As part of a group exhibition called Save Changes, the portraits by Sheila Rennock are beautifully painted reproductions from profile pictures of men found on Tinder.
‘Star Cunts & Other Attractions’ is a fittingly lurid title for this exhibition of Judy Chicago’s early works on display at Riflemaker in Soho.
They are, in short, alive. He captures a sense of his subjects with an intense subtlety. Moroni paid for his meals by painting local high
Francesca Woodman, born in 1958, has become one of the most talked about, studied and influential of contemporary photographers. The artist who ended her life
It’s not unusual that LGBT rights are the main topic of literature, films or even theatre however the recent release of Fanny and Stella: The
Founded in 2017 by US tech start-up entrepreneur Scott Lynn, Masterworks is the first company in the world that lets people buy and trade shares
Adrian Houston’s A Portrait of the Tree is an exhibition starring global influencers revealing the secrets behind their favourite tree. The group consists of members
On leaving Les Lalanne at Ben Brown Fine Arts, I was surprised not to see a line of aspiring young influencers queuing up outside: this might