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You can’t put everything on the increasingly central art medium of Instagram, as it’s censored. Specifically, any photographic image of genitals, naked buttocks or bare female breasts are out. The fact that it’s art isn’t held to make any difference, which has caused some annoyance.
Instagram has become the default means for artists to present themselves online. Mostly, that’s to show new work, how it comes about, inspirations, recommendations – all of which can be interesting. But some go further: their Instagram account becomes, in effect, the platform for creating new work, perhaps at a slant from the work for which they’re best known. Here are four artists whose posts I look forward to from that less usual angle.
I have collated some of my favourite initiatives. and will interview the key players in this wave of change in the following weeks.
INTERVIEW: Artist Jeremy Mann tells us about his art, instagram and the upcoming group show @Paintguide at UNIT London
Over the next few weeks FAD will be interviewing 6 of the artists from the exhibition the forth artist in the series is Jeremy Mann
The young founders of #arthoe are encouraging people of colour to get creative while reclaiming the word ‘ho’. They talk about hashtag wars, their controversial name – and why it’s more than just a fad
Great posters from Instagram images in under a minute!
Tomorrow, on Thursday 9th April from 5am (GMT), the celebrated Chinese artist and social activist,Ai Weiwei will take over the Blenheim Art Foundation Instagram account for 24 hours.
Instagram @LondonArtFair 2015
Polaroid has released a camera based on Instagram which was based on a real camera from Polaroid in the first place, is this a surreal case of pop culture eating itself?
Top 10 Female Street Artists on Instagram
Yesterday Cindy Sherman was Barneys New York official photographer for the day …