Peter Halley explains how his colourful installations signify the digital system that is closing in on us more and more.
Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley talk about Homer, Robert Crumb, Lil'kim, Nicki Minaj and braving the leap to performance art.
Gillian Wearing behind the mask
Pieter Vermeersch’s painterly trace
Georgia Russell: Time and Tide
exhibition at Galerie Karsten Greve in Paris, France, until 30 December 2016.
Every Picture tells a Story
Reflections on Peter Doig Peter Doig is not messing about. The work he makes is chock full of meaning. This is an artist who pours his thoughts and feelings onto […]
Walking the Line
The adventures of Francis Alÿs The works of Francis Alÿs have something monumental about them — not because of their solid structure or permanence, but because of their content. Produced […]
The De Lucchis: a Story with a Beard Aside from the facial hair, designer & architect Michele De Lucchi and his twin, chemist & painter, Ottorino, have spent a lifetime […]
EVOL’s cardboard urbanology Berlin-based artist EVOL creates impossibly realistic paintings of architectural structures. The stencils and the spray paint might be the typecast tools of graffiti writers, but the volume […]
Hooters & Tooters
Not the same old song The Hupophone and the Sound Hoover are strange acoustic creatures whose sounds and forms come straight from the self-styled Viennese ‘Noise Master’, Hans Christian Tschiritsch. […]