London’s first independent gallery looks back at its pivotal moments with new exhibition Light Years, showcasing a 1985 celebration of THE FACE which echoes powerfully to the future.
Shot over four years, Jeano Edwards documented the mundanities of his home country – but the greener grass, bluer skies and sun-soaked festivities make it seem not so mundane after all.
This weekend, we celebrate 50 years of Bangladesh’s independence. To mark that moment, artist Shezad Dawood has created a virtual reality stage for a ground-breaking concert spotlighting the country’s art communities.
Chef and photographer Alex Paganelli uses food to breathe life into campaigns for the likes of Skims and Bottega Veneta, but that’s only a small facet of his growing creative food empire.
If you don’t have a Hingston-designed record in your collection, someone within pinging distance of you will. Now the sleeve-famous creative director has curated 21 unique works from musicians, artists and designers all in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.
Today, OOF magazine has opened its first permanent gallery space next to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, featuring work by artists Jazz Grant, Sarah Lucas and JJ Guest. Its purpose? To question our relationship with the beautiful game, one art piece at a time.