The body has no fixed form. So says London-based fashion photographer Mika Kailes, who merges futuristic structures and anatomical silhouettes. Here he weighs in on collaboration, community and creativity.
Ahead of the launch of his first monograph, Feeling Seen, the British-Ghanaian photographer talks us through his career so far, from his post-uni hype to finding solace in those around him.
Opening last Saturday in Peckham’s Hannah Barry Gallery, Sins of a daughter is the artist’s latest ode to youth, the body and the female gaze. Haunting, yes. Liberating? Definitely.
Alienation, anxiety and economic pressures are the ultimate themes in Daisy Sanchez’s exhibition looking at fashion in the context of contemporary art.
It’s time to make official what many of us already know to be true: that the ex-dominatrix, artist, photographer and actress is one of pop culture’s most fascinating figures – and a riotous paragon of celebrity.