Our July issue is a museums special, taking a look at the challenges facing cultural institutions and how creativity is helping to meet them.
Branding, social media and more: creativity in the cultural sector
On New York’s 8th Avenue, a new museum rich with interactive experiences promises that the visitor will “see yourself and the world around you more clearly through the lens of spying”. We look at how a team of creative talent brought this ambitious new experience to life
BASE Design’s chatbot for the Cartier Foundation of Contemporary art in Paris offers a new way to explore the museum’s collection. But building a bilingual bot is no easy feat. We asked BASE Managing Director Jacques Letesson about how it was created and why the museum was keen to venture into the world of AI…
The New Museum has partnered with creative agency Droga5 and media agency Horizon to launch New Museum LIVE, streaming art live to screens across New York throughout December
Tate Modern’s first VR experience places visitors inside the final studio of Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani. We talk to Preloaded – the studio behind the project – about how it was made
‘Boom for Real’, the first major UK retrospective of the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, reveals how thrilling and relevant his art remains, almost 30 years after his death.
The Natural History Museum’s new exhibition on whales features accessible graphics by Wiedemann Lampe and beautiful illustrations by Sarah Maycock – and is the first event marking its new focus on the future of conservation
Casson Mann’s reworking of the Natural History Museum’s vast Hintze Hall sees new displays working with the architecture of the building – and a blue whale skeleton installed as its centrepiece
A new exhibition taking place at Manchester Art Gallery as part of this year’s Manchester International Festival examines the cultural and design history of two of the city’s most iconic bands, as well as how they continue to inspire contemporary artists. We talk to its curators, Matthew Higgs and Jon Savage
North’s new visual identity for the Southbank Centre hopes to finally unite this cultural hub by looking back to its roots in the Festival of Britain – and bringing a bold, type-led approach up to date