Looking back at more than 20 years in the business, David Shrigley, one of Britain’s most renowned and loved artists, opens up for an honest dialogue about his work, its meaning and its place in the history of art.
Beyond the mainstream, beneath the surface and maybe outside the norm, Yony Leyser is fascinated by being different, by embracing non-conformance. His movies deal with punk, self-discovery, hedonism, love and resistance – and the feeling of being against something.
Imagine yourself standing in front of a grey oversized, brutalistic object made out of concrete, which is somehow […]
Peep is an evolution in lighting and partition design that allows the visualization of optical phenomena that cannot ordinarily be seen.
While most of us hail the light in life and art, the visual and contemporary artist Kirstine Roepstorff celebrates its opposite, tempting the mind with a Renaissance of the Night
The female genitals are often seen as representing temptation, lust, pleasure and fertility, but they’re much more than that. It’s time to look at our body and gender in a different way from what society tells us we should, and the art collective Vulvae have made it their mission that we do
With influences from Post modernism, this Japanese take creates a sensual sculptural abstraction by using plastic materials and sheer fabrics
The French menswear brand Icosae challenges us to look at what we hold to be important in today’s social-media-driven world and who our new gods are
Theresa Traore Dahlberg, Liva Isakson Lundin, Susanna Jablonski and Lap-See Lam – four emerging artists who might just be the frontrunners of the next generation of Swedish contemporary artists.