Jeffrey Gibson’s paintings and sculptures are inspired by the traditional craft and modern arts of Native American cultures. His sense of pride and desire to reclaim ownership of these histories counter the potentially negative connotations of craft that has been placed onto Native American Art, situating his work within the pantheon of abstract modernism.
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The Perfect Place to Grow exhibition showcases achievements of students and staff including Moore, Hepworth, Dyson and Emin
This artist exacerbates meaning by not hesitating to do something that he has chosen and that at the same time he has been summoned to do, something no one can explain or justify, something that is entirely itself and entirely exposed. His is the art of whims
I took a grandfather clock in a Hearse from London to the centre of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN Geneva, and destroyed it.
The project seeks to explore a concept that everyone has a relationship with: time.
Intel’s best-known project might be gimmicky, but its new collaboration with the Royal College of Art is full of daring
Many of the 2,500 contributions to this year’s fundraising show offer a graphic response to current events
The Royal College of Art is trying to reinvent itself as a beacon of diversity – with a show of work by its black students. Hannah Pool enters a world of wigs, furniture and whirlwinds