A Refreshing Look At Freud's Flesh: The National Gallery Celebrates 100 Years of Lucian Freud
Flesh, fat and beauty are on full display in The National Gallery's latest retrospective celebrating Lucian Freud's centenary.
The Gallery's Role In The Metaverse: Where Do We Go From Here?
The conflict between the potentials of digital art and the limitations of the spaces they're exhibited in is a convoluted one. Christina Donoghue investigates…
Revolutionising The Art Fair in The Metaverse with Decentraland
Metaverse Art Week is in full swing in the virtual world of Decentraland, and promises visitors an immersive introduction to the artists and makers pushing the boundaries of art in the digital realm.
Goldsmiths' Art Gallery Houses New Exhibition 'Cinzia says'
'Cinzia says' marks the first major retrospective of artist and fashion designer Cinzia Ruggeri, offering a selection of her creations that range from clothing to sculpture to glassware.
Sitters Michaela Stark, Dodo Potato and Jade O'Belle are immortalised in Nick Knight's 3D printed sculpture celebrating the voluptuous female form.
Meet the Tom of Finland Emerging Artist Competition Judges
Glenn Martens, Honey Dijon and Mr Gruts sound off on Tom of Finland’s lasting legacy and the importance of queer erotic art.
Sarabande Is Taking Over Tottenham
We toured Sarabande High Road and spoke to two alumni about how the foundation continues to foster emerging talent.
Shoreditch's Photobook Cafe Launches Fundraiser 'Best In Bloom'
The flower-centred exhibition and fundraiser 'Best In Bloom' - taking place at the Photobook Cafe this month - serves more than the purpose of showcasing flora and fauna. Its aim? To help reinvest in the cafe's future photography projects.
And The Thomas Burberry Prize Goes To...
In fashion's latest chapter of weaving itself into the world of fine art, the Thomas Burberry Royal Academy of Arts Prize has been awarded to artist Gaia Cains for her work 'Forgotten Cans'.
Ears: Lunga Ntila
In an animated video, collaged artworks by the artist Lunga Ntila create vibrant portraits interpreting the ears.
Yet to be Born: Mettamodernist
Crafting stories that tell the diaspora of the black experience through absurd and surreal lenses, creative Mettamodernist created an AfroAbsurdist film.
CHITO and Wu Yué Join Forces For Joint Art Show
Always Change, Never Change is the exhibit by fashion's favourite artists on from 7 July to 6 August.
Corbin Shaw Wants To Make Art For Everyone
We spoke to the iconoclast about his latest art project and the power of being an independent artist.
Get To Know Our Milan S/S 23 Men's Illustrator Katarina Kühl
Invited by SHOWstudio to interpret this season's Milan menswear shows, Kühl eagerly picked up her paintbrush and dived into her own illusionary world where she reimagined a unique selection of designers.
Artist: Lucas Gabellini-Fava
Interact with the works of Lucas Gabellini-Fava as they are projected live onto the SHOWstudio walls.
Glyn Philpot, The Forgotten Portrait Artist
Dress historian and curator Amy de la Haye reviews a new retrospective of British artist Glyn Philpot at Pallant House Gallery, whose subjects included dandies, queer men and performers.
Artist: Audrey Rangel Aguirre
Viewers interacted with Audrey Rangel Aguirre's pensive and detailed closeups as her work was projected onto the SHOWstudio walls.
Who Is Eli Russell Linnetz? Kim Jones's Latest Collaboration Explained
Who is the Kanye West and Lady Gaga collaborator? What to expect from Dior Men's latest artistic collaboration.
SHOWstudio's virtual art exhibition blurs the lines between IRL and URL.
Prada Fuses Art With Fashion For Their Latest Campaign Featuring Hunter Schafer
Revolving around the Prada Symbole handbag, the brand's latest campaign - starring Hunter Schafer - fuses the best of fashion and art.
Fashion Heads to the Venice Biennale
On opening week, brands including Louis Vuitton and Bottega Veneta made their mark on the prestigious art event.
It's Woman's Hour At Venice Biennale 2022
Helping see this year's Venice Biennale into its 59th year is female curator Cecilia Alemani, responsible for the fete being dominated by 80% women. Alas, don't be fooled, this is not a feminist spectacle, just a new reality.
Burberry To Support This Year's British Pavillion at La Biennale di Venezia
In Partnership with The British Council, Burberry will support the British Pavillion at this year's Venice Biennale, helping the space into its 85th year.