Fusing art with politics is a challenge that many contemporary artists are now accepting with great zeal, as the creative sphere of the twenty-first century is able to pose an increasing threat to social norms.
Showcasing the future of design practice, Central Saint Martins’ recent graduates show off their latest projects at the Restless Futures exhibition as part of London Design Festival.
What’s love got to do with it? Well, the artists exhibiting in the Hayward’s Project Space all have varying opinions on the subject.
Candid sits down with Florentijn Hofman – charismatic Dutch artist and creator of the famous floating Rubber Duck sculpture – at the building site of his first ever UK commission for Totally Thames, launching on 2nd September.
COMING TO AN END – Adrian Ghenie, Golems, Finishes on the 25th Adrian Ghenie’s show Golems finishes on the 25th this month.
Life and death have always been closely connected and their symbols are always present.
The Serpentine Sackler Gallery is currently filled with sordid ‘artefacts’, Nazi toys, Ronald McDonalds, f*cking animals and Ku Klux Klan members.
This extensive retrospective of the late artist Ana Mendieta at the Hayward gallery marks and rightly acknowledges the importance of her body of work, previously unacknowledged, as highly influential within the art world of the 20th century.
Choucair has been painting and sculpting for over six decades, pulling inspiration from both global influences and her islamic roots.
This weekend it was the Hackney WickED Arts Festival, an annual event which is in its sixth year.
Recently Trafalgar Square’s fourth plinth got a bit ‘blue’.