Guillermo Mora - not your usual acrylic painter
An interview with illustrator Davide Bart Salvemini
The Guerrilla Girls turned 30; let's talk about women
A search for “gravity” and art that “serves itself”.
This September, Arcade Fire are offering fans a unique insight into the making of Reflektor, their most recent, critically acclaimed international bestselling album.
The UK’s largest ever Alexander Calder exhibition of kinetic sculptures is coming to the Tate Modern. And in more ways than one, it’s moving.
The Girl of Stuff's first photo book/ zine/ box is being launched soon at Parlour Skate Store on Hackney Road, the very location I housed my own exhibition Morella in 2014.
The current exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery aims to display the portraits that capture the iconic within the icon, Audrey Hepburn. Whilst doing so, it also captures the image of an age where cultural fluctuation was rife.
You know that track you listen to once in a club and it just resonates within you? That track you shazam in that same club but fail to find? Then look no further – this is that track.
In an industry where solid release schedules and corporate control over the output of musicians has become the norm, some of this year’s most exciting releases are abiding by different rules.
White Cube Bermondsey
15 July 2015 – 13 September 2015
A review of the biopic film featuring the infamous jazz vocalist.
“It would be amazing to see all the paintings of the world separated from their canvases and falling on the ground.”
Paint is not a dead art. Especially not when six unique Spanish artists rehash the painted form and naught but maths ensues.