Published on 27 November 2014
Illustrator Kyle Platts tells us why the school system needs updating and why Ren and Stimpy loosing their shit was the key to his inspiration.
Published on 24 November 2014
William Davie explores the multi-disciplined artist’s Dioramas series at Pace London.
Published on 23 November 2014
Hunger TV art critic Jesc Bunyard explores the Turner craze.
Published on 19 November 2014
In an exhibition with possibly the longest name ever, artist Walead Beshty has created a visual diary at the Barbican.
Published on 18 November 2014
Artist Adeline de Monseignat talks us through her most inspiring place – the childhood bedroom.
Published on 14 November 2014
The critically acclaimed art duo talk us through their new exhibition opening tonight in New York.
Published on 13 November 2014
Artist Fee Greening talks to Hayden Kays about demonic dreams and stealing semen (but not in a Liz Jones kind of way).
Published on 07 November 2014
Lynnie Zulu’s latest show Wild Things explores the mysteries of women.
Published on 03 November 2014
We visit the American artist’s first solo exhibition in the UK.
Published on 02 November 2014
London has gone mad for Richard Tuttle. The city is presenting the UK’s largest survey of the artist, with two major institutions hosting shows.