One would think we have seen all sides of Andy Warhol, his artistic legacy and cult of many personas having always lived in the limelight even long after his death. Nevertheless, Tate Modern’s large-scale exhibition approaches the artist’s robust oeuvre and iconic personality from a refreshingly intimate angle.
Brandon Spahn is the virtual artist, who came up with the idea of illustrating famous rapers onto playing cards. Generally, cards have a long historical background and carry the most interesting facts of development. In modern days, there are different variations of cards, thanks to the technological development and creative approach of designers.
Your wardrobe is probably full of clothes you have stored away thinking you will never put them on ever again. These pieces of a garment are either too small (have you considered donating them to a charity?) or unfashionable to wear.
LIAF, Lofoten International Art Festival, is a migratory biennial in the archipelago of Lofoten in the Arctic Circle and Norway’s longest-running visual arts biennial, originating in 1991.
It’s an interesting character arc, but in truth, it’s nothing new. People have always had to contend with their parents’ mistakes.
This weekend Edinburgh Print Makers opened its doors to its’ new £11 million pound home in the city’s Fountainbridge district, giving the Scottish capital one of the largest printmaking and studio spaces for artists in Europe.
Home décor is one of the most important parts of our daily life. When we talk about home décor, we cannot ignore the walls which are the essence of any building.
I manged to catch up with artist Adam Ball to talk about his new exhibition Remnants and Realisations. Remnants and… Read More
What is it to be human in the digital age? This is the question posed by the recent Digital Bodies
queer art exhibition as part of the And What? Queer Arts Festival
The heat-not-burn market will post a compound annual growth rate of more than 24 per cent between 2018-2222, according to market research.
Engineers at the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) have built a disaster response robot with a horse-like form. Based on the design of a centaur
INTERVIEW: British artist and architect, Mark Dziewulski, exhibits work from the Venice Biennale 2017 for the first time in London
FAD caught up with British artist and architect, Mark Dziewulski ahead of his new exhibition where he will be exhibiting some of his work from the Venice Biennale 2017 for the first time in London.
Unique collection of classic 1st editions with original dust-jackets created by leading artists and Designers Auctioned to Benefit House of Illustration.
This December, Sotheby’s London will offer a collection of 33 first editions of classic books, each with a beautifully original dust-jacket, created and generously donated by leading artists and designers to benefit House of Illustration.
New research from Artfinder has shown that given a level playing field (Art platform) women artists outperform their male counterparts.
Merz is a made up form of art that was created by Kurt Schwitters as a response to the destruction and fragmentation of man made society.
The Unconscious Archives Festival covered four events including its ongoing exhibition Emotion + the Tech(no)body at the Austrian Cultural Forum that runs until November 17th. The exhibition explores ideas relating to the relationship between data, technology and the human body.
Taking Up Space is the first major solo presentation by British artist Emily Mulenga.
Hosted by the Austrian Cultural Forum in Knightsbridge Emotion + the Techn(no)body features nine international artists. Its purpose is to explore cultural relationships with data and the human body’s engagement with technology.
A stone’s throw from Brick Lane, the Close Up Film Centre hosted a night of performance and experimental film as part of Narrativize, from the series of events that have formed the Unconscious Archives Festival on September 30th.