The artist’s debut solo exhibition, Scar Tissue, explores hypermasculine environments and the pressures that come with them. His advice? Let’s get talking.
Amanda Ba paints larger-than-life, energetic characters that inhabit a hypothetical world – conceived entirely in her mind.
The rising Bradfordian painter presents us with WINDOWS – an online exhibition of eight brand-new works showing the banality, and beauty of life in lockdown.
The Cheshire artist uses painting as therapy to tackle existential dread, religion and fear of death. Honest, it’s way more fun than that sounds.
In the absence of a real summer this year, the Bradford-born fine artist has teamed up with Wavey Garms’ Andrés Branco to create a series of pieces inspired by the golden days of London subcultures.