Inspiration, innovation and key developments from the art world
She Lights Up The Night, an initiative launched last year by BBH London to raise money for Refuge, returns this week and sees artists including Jean Jullien, Jon Burgerman, Hattie Stewart and Siggi Eggertsson create new works for an exhibition and auction.
Immortal is a spectacular collection of images produced in the last 12 months by photographic duo Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones and their cast of collaborators
Olafur Eliasson, Jamie xx and Wayne McGregor’s touring ballet Tree of Codes has arrived in London for a week-long run at Sadler’s Wells. We caught up with Eliasson at creative conference Design Indaba to talk about the ambitious collaboration
Taschen’s new book Art Record Covers brings together 500 record sleeves designed by artists from the 1950s to the present day. Author Francesco Spampinato selects some of his favourites
Artist Gordon Young has unveiled a new public art project, Trading Words, which reflects the variety of goods imported into London over the last 400 years. It’s the latest in his large-scale typographic collaborations with designer Andy Altmann of Why Not Associates
Creative festival Design Indaba returns to Cape Town next week with talks from designers, artists and digital entrepreneurs as well as a music, film and exhibition programme
Ryan Hopkinson has created a series of three films on the pioneering work of United Visual Artists for Nowness. Gem Fletcher talks to him about the project
If one brand truly embodies the pure, democratic design principles of Germany’s Ulm School of the 1950s and 60s, it’s not Apple, or even Braun, but Muji
Richard Mosse presents a highly original, and chilling, view of the refugee crisis in his exhibition Incoming, on show at the Barbican Curve gallery in London. We talk to him about the work.