He’ll do yours, too – if you ask politely.
Guts Gallery have tackled the nationwide closure of galleries by setting up an online Instagram exhibition instead, featuring 38 emerging British artists who will be sharing their work over the coming weeks. Here, seven of them weigh in.
In the current situation, isolation is an ordeal – but it can also look pretty. Just check out these seven photographers lensing quiet street scenes, empty shopping centres and bars without people for proof.
The New York-based photographer shot 26 kids on his tiny Caribbean island in the hopes of proving to them that anything is possible. Aww.
The artist and founder of Serving The People is creating a space for experimentation through his new exhibition, Fear Eats The Soil.
Last year the London-based artist planted a phonebox in Dungeness, Kent for Brexiteers, Remainers and those in the foggy middle to leave anonymous messages for Europe. They’ve been collected and compiled into a film. Watch it here.