Sir Paul Smith, David Adjaye, Zoë Wanamaker and Marion Deuchars are among an impressive array of figures from across the creative industries appearing on a new website developed by Paul Brazier to inspire and inform young people
Inspiration, innovation and key developments from the art world
Somerset House Studios launch this month, with 36,000 sq ft of space in the former Inland Revenue offices transformed into studio, rehearsal and project spaces.
French digital artist Jean-Charles Debroize was challenged by Adobe to recreate the Lost Masterpiece, Saint Matthew and the Angel by Caravaggio. Here’s how he did it
Adobe set four digital artists the task of recreating lost masterpieces by Caravaggio, Frida Kahlo, Rembrandt and Karl Schinkel. But how did those paintings become lost in the first place? We uncover a tale of war, fire, theft and one of the most daring heists in art history Caravaggio’s Saint Matthew and the Angel was […]
Kate Tempest has collaborated with artist Peter Kennard and creative director Harris Elliott on the visuals for her new album, Let Them Eat Chaos. We spoke to Kennard and Elliott about their collaboration and the importance of political art
Works by Claes Oldenburg, Eduardo Paolozzi and Lynn Chadwick rub shoulders with contemporary artists including Conrad Shawcross and Nairy Baghramian in this year’s excellent Frieze Sculpture Park, which will remain on show until January.
Fans of illustration and trains alike will delight in Locomotion, a new book from artist duo Golden Cosmos, published this month by Nobrow.
In the first of a series of posts looking at the work of housing charity Shelter as it turns 50, we can unveil the new print Anthony Burrill has created for the organisation – 200 editions of which are being given away via a ballot on its website
Our October 2016 issue features an exclusive interview with Björk about her experiments with virtual reality, Shelter’s 50 years of campaigning for better housing, new thinking around age-neutral design and much more
Stage designer Es Devlin has created her first solo installation – a multi-sensory space inspired by scent, memory and her experience of working on stage shows for Adele and Beyonce