I talk to artist Flora Yukhnovich about her time studying and the inspiration which lies behind her beautiful paintings.
Jean-Michel Basquiat's artworks come to London’s Barbican Art Gallery with Boom for Real, an exhibition well overdue and nothing short of sensational.
The works were fantastically chaotic yet clean-cut and highly addictive. Barry Reigate’s exhibition at Castor Projects happened last month and it is still on my mind, so I’d like you to join me in taking another look.
The much awaited photography exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery has opened and has become the world’s first to explore the history of the selfie. Scroll down to see what I found inside...
On the 7th March, Central Saint Martins in partnership with Liquitex and Cass Art launched this year’s Big White Wall. The Big White Wall is an annual competition open to all CSM students to submit proposals for how they would use the space to create a large-scale temporary artwork.
I visited Griffin Gallery in West London on the weekend to see one of their best shows to date. Architecture As Metaphor, a show that includes artists such as Tony Carter, Rachel Whiteread and Michael Craig-Martin. A must-see show on until the 21st of April 2017.
Artist Daniel Toumine discusses the nature and subject of his large scale paintings, talks architecture and brutalism and his latest series of work.
A quick chat with world famous graffiti artist Ben Eine to discuss what he's up to right now, his new streetwear brand and the largest painting in the world.
Cornelia Parker OBE RA,best known for her large-scale installations, was commissioned to develop a series of works in response to the 2017 General Election.
Art on the Underground will commission a year-long programme of women artists in 2018.
Grayson Perry RA will be the co-ordinator of the Royal Academy annual Summer Exhibition in June 2018.
As stated by David Zwirner, "Franz West is one of the great sculptors of the twentieth century, and certainly one of the most innovative artists of his time."
Ten years on from acclaimed exhibition Gustav Klimt, Tate Liverpool showcases the works of his protégé, radical Austrian expressionist Egon Schiele alongside the work of American photographer Francesca Woodman.
An exhibition of recent works addressing the physicality of the human body and the complexities of human emotions.
I catch up with artist Bea Bonafini who graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2016, to discuss her work which operates between functionality and the aesthetic.
I speak with Alice Irwin, soon to be graduate of the Royal College of Art to discuss interests, playful work themes and current group shows in the run up to her final graduate exhibition this year.
Julie Mehretu has designed the set for ‘Only the Sound Remains’ at the Opéra National de Paris, Palais Garnier.
Hauser & Wirth Hong Kong to open on Monday 26 March 2018 with an exhibition of new paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Mark Bradford
Joffe is the latest artist to be selected by the Crossrail Art Foundation to create a work for the Crossrail Art Programme.