With contributors including Tracey Emin, Harley Weir and Pussy Riot, A Woman’s Right to Pleasure is a raunchy coffee table book showcasing sexuality through an artistic female lens.
With a wicked sense of humour, the Aberdeen-born artist creates darkly ironic collages intended to hold a magnifying glass up to the art world. Here, he gets frank.
We hear from the people on the ground standing against the severe under-representation of Black/POC artists and faces in the UK’s long standing art institutions.
Liverpool’s Open Eye Gallery has opened The Time We Call Our Own – an exhibition dedicated to the time, place and people that make nightlife what it is. Don’t worry, we’ll be back after the pandemic.
The artist’s work is a very British nudge and a wink, but he’s still a man on a mission to find higher meaning…
The Central Saint Martins sculpture student creates work through a make-believe lens, offering an escape from his mental health while creating expressive characters of everyday people.