A new show brings together the two feminist artists for the first time, a dialogue of excess and material experiments in latex, flowers, seashells and flesh
“Art in itself doesn’t change anything. But when it’s aligned to a political movement, it becomes its visual arm.”
The France-based artists creates fictional narratives between the past and present by drawing on mythical and historical references while also aligning with the Afrofuturism movement.
In the first instalment of a new series, ‘I’ve been meaning to ask you’, we present George Selley in conversation with Peter Kennard, a political artist who has deeply influenced his practice
Scandinavian photographer Simen Johan, known for his flawless digital composite images, has been likened to…
In his series Photophobia, Madrid-based photographer Miguel Ángel Tornero draws a parallel between the photographic…