Artist Rowan Newton interviews artist Benjamin Murphy ahead of his striking new body of work Gilded Chaos, showing at Beers London soon!
How this era’s art is debunking body shamers.
“Everyone can say what they want, but I do hope that my work comes across as fresh, dirty, firm, crispy, dirty, clean, fast, strong, smooth, messy, sleek and of course cocky.”
The Alec Soth retrospective at The Science Museum contains works from four of his most well known projects: Sleeping By The Mississippi (2004), Niagara (2006), Broken Manual (2010), and Songbook (2014).
Get ready to be overwhelmed by creative concept ‘Body Of Songs’, a series of 10 songs, bringing together Britain's most talented musicians to contribute a single about the mysteries of the body’s organs.
What can we learn from androgyny? The artist challenging gender fluid stereotypes and promoting a different kind of well-being: Nastasia Niedinger
With a mission to document real life, and an execution that is unique and compelling in every way possible, ROOMS' photographer Alexandra Uhart stole our hearts and will soon devour yours too.
How art is demolishing the misconceptions around sex and sexuality (and why this is a good thing).
Dele Sosimi stands out as one of the most active musicians presently on the Afrobeat scene worldwide. Here he talks about duty to Afrobeat, relentless performances and his latest CD.
The British Library celebrates West Africa: A region that spans 2,000 years, 1,000 languages and 17 different countries – the grass may indeed be greener in West Africa.
Visiting an exhibition about the creative experimentation with non-organic life might not seem something you would put on top of your bucket list. However, ‘Non-organic Life’ proves that the subject is as rare and unidentified as it is interesting.
We interview photographer Nick JS Thompson ahead of his forthcoming show The Decline of Conscience at Hundred Years Gallery.
With exhibition ‘Solitary’, contemporary sculpture artist Patrick Colhoun introduces his new take on the dark nature his previous works dealt with, going from grievous to playful in an utterly unique way.
Celebrating its 4th anniversary, the Hundred Years Gallery presents ‘HYG Editions’, a collection of never-seen works from 8 artists that have collaborated with the gallery before.
Somewhere under two railway arches, psychedelic sounds and rock-and-roll beats are echoing and exclusive vinyls are calling your name.
...Or at least your view on photography.
Come, and look on sadistically at an act of public execution for the new epoch.
We are proud to announce the launch of our first exhibition: ‘The Decline of Conscience’, a photo series confronting us with gentrification in London in the most antagonizing way.
Artist Kojey Radical recently launched his single OPEN HAND, a powerful tune dealing with the race stigma in our society. With his new concept brand ‘Francis and the artist’, he proves yet again that art can go beyond superficiality.
Dylan Thomas was a British poet as known for his precisely obscure poetry as for his drunk, womanising behavior. October 27th would have been his 100th birthday...
Compound design identities, one collective. ‘Das leben am Haverkamp’ is here to give a new dimension to fashion and challenge the industry in every possible way.
A brander by nature, an illustrator by heart, a curator by interest; but for everyone else just Mr. Gresty.