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ArtFebruary 28, 2020
A world of her own

See how the London-based illustrator layers textures, patterns and colours to create works about female empowerment, fashion and even Wes Anderson films.

ArtFebruary 27, 2020
How will our lives be in twenty years time?

Robotics, biotechnology and AI will change the way we eat, dress, live and interact with each other forever. But how? Discover so at Tokyo’s Mori Art Museum.

ArtFebruary 26, 2020
Digital culture, data and bodies

You’ve probably seen their latest project, “The Bum”, a study – and now, 3D sculpture – of Kim Kardashian’s ass. But there is much more than meets the eye!

ArtFebruary 25, 2020
Riffling through mortal remains of ‘90s Lithuania

Until march 1st, Vilnius MO Museum explores how Lithuania became the nation it is today during the 1990s after the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

ArtFebruary 19, 2020
A tragicomic terrain

The bittersweet anomaly is yet again a focus for the artist in his debut London solo show, where he sways back and forth between victimisation to vengeance.

Art - DesignFebruary 18, 2020
Welcome to dystopia

If you’re a fan of “Black Mirror”, don’t miss this exhibition exploring the photos AI systems are trained with and how they create bias and discrimination.

ArtFebruary 17, 2020
Painting as a method to understand life

“My paintings are a sort of extract from what life brings”, says the Polish painter, who shares her process of understanding life through her artwork.

ArtFebruary 13, 2020
Ten artists you can’t miss

From Mary Sibande to Johno Mellish and Kirsten Sims, discover some of the most interesting artists exhibiting at the South African fair from Feb 14 to 16.

ArtFebruary 11, 2020
Reinventing classic painting with collage techniques

Layers and layers, step by step, his works merge classical and contemporary languages and techniques to find a balance between old and new, past and present.

ArtFebruary 06, 2020
The magical and the occult

Engaging themes of ritualism and alchemy as a response to cultural and political strife, the show presents works as a tool for deflecting precarity.

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