British born Lucy Orta, and her Argentinian husband Jorge Orta are artists with a huge social conscience.
South London Gallery is a small but perfectly formed bastion for the contemporary arts.
Aowen Jin does not fall into any pre-conceived notions you may have for an artist.
Modern Art Oxford has been a bastion for contemporary art outside of the London bubble.
At first glance, Peripheral Visions, the solo exhibition of works by internationally acclaimed Moscow-based artist Olga Chernysheva, now on at GRAD London, looks rather…grey.
The first thing I noticed walking into Japanese artist Tetsumi Kudo’s opening at Hauser & Wirth was a distinct plastic scent.
In an age where video surveillance is increasingly compromising our personal privacy, artist Ai Weiwei speaks a universal language for our times.
The Tate’s new offering is one of old works, but despite the walls of The World Goes Pop being filled with the art of the 60s and 70s, we are told that this is not a retrospective style offering, but a re-education of sorts.
At a time where the world of contemporary art is constantly moving and thus diversifying, new means emerge to both experience and research themes found in art practice.
Los Angeles based artist ZOOBS sat down to talk to Candid about why he created his evocative Madonna & Fracked Child piece recently.
At a cosy and Champagne-filled evening in Paul Smith’s Albemarle Street store, a gathering of well-heeled ladies and gentlemen formed to toast the launch of a new book by Richard Kilroy celebrating the diverse world of menswear illustration.
Nestled amongst the stucco-squares of Marylebone sits an imposing red brick villa that once was one of the most sumptuous houses in London.
Largely unrecognised during his lifetime William Blake is an English poet, artist and print maker with a staggering imagination.
The role of location in today’s exhibitions makes a huge difference in the curatorship, audience groups and, of course, content.
A new series of works by internationally renowned American artist Jasper Johns, currently on display at the Courtauld Gallery, are unlike anything he has previously done.
In 2001 Richard Anderson opened a store and became the first bespoke tailoring house on Savile Row in 50 years.
We are told by Tracey Emin that ‘The Last Great Adventure is You’ is “…about rites of passage, of time and age, and the simple realisation that we are always alone”.
Enter a theatrical landscape occupied by tortured half-beings and toxic colour.
“The essence of drawing is in imagining what you are drawing.