From Fashion to Art: 'Normcore' at the Tate Britain

From Fashion to Art: 'Normcore' at the Tate Britain

Morgan Meaker  16.06.2014
Fashion is still buzzing with the idea of 'Normcore' - a trend cemented by Kim Kardashian's appearance on the cover of Vogue. Suddenly...

Green Street F4.0: A DIY Photography Exhibition

Olly MacNamee  10.06.2014
The Arts have seen better days, a time when they were wined and dined and had sweet nothings whispered in their ears before being paraded...
Hats Off the the Racing Season - Millinery in the UK

Hats Off the the Racing Season - Millinery in the UK

Gemma A. Williams  9.06.2014
To curate an exhibition of headwear is to capture moments in millinery history. The United Kingdom, with its formal dress occasions and...

Antonio Pozo: One of the Top Artists at the Art Fair in Chelsea

Lorenzo Belenguer  9.06.2014
The Untitled Artists Fair took place in Chelsea in the Old Town Hall in Kings Road last May. An exciting selection of 170 artists under...
Who Owns a Banksy?

Who Owns a Banksy?

Salome Verrell  6.06.2014
Banksy is one of the few people who have been able to popularly harmonise the terms 'graffiti' and 'artist' and his work is treasured around...
Writer's Retreats

Writer's Retreats

Nigel Planer  5.06.2014
I rise with the sun at five and stroll down to the rush hut by the shore which serves as my private writing room. No sound all day but...
The Mondrian Guide to Life

The Mondrian Guide to Life

Tate  5.06.2014
Piet Mondrian is one of the best known of all modern artists - and also the most misunderstood. But we could all learn a thing or two from...

What My Brother Taught Me About Making Good Art

Tommy Tordsson Björk  3.06.2014
My oldest brother was always a very creative person. He was an excellent storyteller with an astute eye for beautiful imagery. He was skilled...

Wanted: A New Kind of War Artist

Tony White  2.06.2014
Models and expertise already exist for artistic intervention within the international scientific arena, models which might relatively simply...

How to Write a Ballet: Part Two

Tom Hodge  27.05.2014
Waiting Room has five 'orchestra alones' - each one, two and a half hours long. That might sound like a lot, but for well over 80 minutes...

Balance of Power and Art On the Streets With Levalet, Faith47, Cyrcle, Cleon Peterson, Miss Van, Borondo

Milena Kotseva  26.05.2014
This week's review of art on the streets focuses on pieces that comment and challenge the balance of power,submission and beauty in contemporary...

Concert Review: Anoushka Shankar at The Royal Festival Hall

Sumeet Grover  24.05.2014
On Friday, 23 May 2014, Anoushka Shankar, a Grammy-nominated Indian Sitar player performed at the Royal Festival Hall, London, to a fully...

Ai Weiwei at Lisson: Art, Politics and Humour

Amah-Rose McKnight-Abrams  23.05.2014
It's easy to think of Ai Weiwei and focus solely on the politics of his life and work which, of course, he intends to be considered and...
Starbucks Customers Queue for Barista's Artwork

Starbucks Customers Queue for Barista's Artwork

Georgina Barnard  23.05.2014
I love seeing peoples' reactions to my drawings. I enjoy the joy and surprise on their faces.' It's impossible not to notice Lafitte's...