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ArtAugust 03, 2020
Welcome to the dark side

The Polish artist reveals an eye for sensibility and perfection when showing human emotions. Dark in colours but also in message, life sometimes hurts.

Art - MusicJuly 29, 2020
Performing arts online

From Butoh dance to comedy, to a punk opera or hip-hop, discover some of the most innovative performers through The Coronet Theatre’s online programme.

ArtJuly 27, 2020
A step into utopia

Matisse meets the Teletubbies, Henri Moore meets Gillette’s razor blades, and the Sphinx of Giza meets VR glasses in the Budapest-based painter’s work.

Art - PhotographyJuly 27, 2020
Artists to the front

Get your hands on limited-edition prints by artists like Jamel Shabazz to support three different organisations and the Black-owned business printing them.

ArtJuly 21, 2020
Ahead of his time

Delve into the pioneering work of the artist, which in the 1970s predicted the Internet era and globalisation, in Amsterdam’s Stedelijk museum exhibition.

ArtJuly 13, 2020
Transhuman

The 3D artist discusses virtual identities, digitalisation of content and her latest cover for Buffalo Zine featuring Grimes’ digital alter ego, WarNymph.

Fashion - ArtJuly 09, 2020
A call for art

Win a $1000 prize for submitting an artwork based on masks. How? We speak with Lea, founder of The Curators, the online gallery behind the project.

ArtJuly 08, 2020
Time, space and amateur sex

Meet the NYC-based artist depicting sensual, intimate scenes between couples and groups as well as landscapes or even Skype portraits (glitches included).

ArtJuly 06, 2020
Windows to the soul

Meet the renowned artist in this interview and thanks to Phaidon’s new book, which he says “offers a deep dive analysis into who I am as an individual.”

ArtJuly 01, 2020
Monumental feelings

Artist Christopher Hartmann explores a new definition of masculinity where vulnerability and ambiguity are featured in a contemporary context of alienation.

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