One of the most important interventions in art history is built upon a myth.
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Among London’s smaller galleries, I particularly like Seventeen. Fronted by Dave Hoyland
If Damien Hirst did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him. In the late 1980s, the London artworld, flooded with Koons, Kiefer and Schnabel, needed a glittering new star.
FEATURE: 15 Things you didn’t know about Cult novel and soundtrack TRIP CITY
The National Gallery has decided to allow photography of its many masterpieces. Is this a good thing?
The Jeff Koons retrospective, currently on show at New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art, demonstrates the terrifying power of an art superstar who can secure the impunity to make a lot of terrible work on the basis of a few great pieces.
Newsha Tavakolian is used to being behind the lens, but today she’s in the spotlight at the Whitechapel gallery where she spoke about her work in July 2014.
“TRIP CITY – the cult EDM-centric novel with an original soundtrack by A Guy Called Gerald is re-released after 25 years, with new music from Paul Oakenfold & Autokrtaz…”