Alexander McQueen Gives The Knuckleduster An Upgrade
Dubbed the Biker Jewelled Satchel, the brand’s signature knuckleduster clutch is reinvented for everyday ease.
Scarlett Johansson Is Prada's Latest Leading Lady
The Tony and BAFTA award winner stars alongside the Galleria bag in a vivid campaign by artist Alex Da Corte.
Gucci and Harley Weir Gear Up For Fun In The Sun
The Gucci Summer Stories campaign features the brand’s signatures revamped just in time for summer holidays ahead.
Burberry Is Diving Head First Into Summer
In anticipation of warmer days ahead, Daniel Lee has unveiled his first swimwear campaign as Burberry’s artistic director.
The Continuing Allure of Jean Michel Basquiat
There have been many books dedicated to Basquiat's artistry, yet few turned their focus to the artist's close friendship with Andy Warhol. JMB by Jeannette Montgomery Barron wades through these untrodden waters with acute tenderness and intimacy.
Saint Laurent Celebrates The Erotic Work of Bob Carlos Clarke
Saint Laurent Rive Droit's latest exhibition in Paris and Los Angeles showcases the work of Irish photographer Bob Carlos Clarke.
The Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2023 Opens At The Photographers' Gallery
The Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize exhibition will feature at London's Photographers' Gallery, exhibiting the work of nominees Bieke Depoorter, Samuel Fosso, Arthur Jafa and Frida Orupabo.
'All The Beauty And The Bloodshed': Why Nan Goldin's Activism Matters
Writer Christina Donoghue went to see the Barbican's re release of the award-winning documentary 'All The Beauty and The Bloodshed'. She shares her thoughts on why Nan Goldin's activism is just as important now as it was in the '90s.
Giorgio Armani Brings Guy Bourdin's Cinematic World To Milan
The latest exhibition at the Armani/Silos fashion and art museum pays tribute to the cinematic style of the French photographer.
A New Exhibition Lets You Peep Into The Lives of London’s Kink Community
VOYEUR: Stories, Portraits and S*X by photographer Matt Ford presents intimate stories, portraits, and objects that explore all things fetish.
Unseen Work By Gian Paolo Barbieri Unveiled In New Exhibition
The Italian master image-maker behind campaigns for Versace and Armani is at the centre of a Milanese exhibit from 28 November to 25 March.
Art Partner's Latest Awards Put Climate First
Art Partner's latest initiative #CreateCOP27 responds to the United Nations Climate Change Conference by calling on creatives of all nationalities, races and genders to submit work generating conversations around the urgent need for climate justice.
Brett Lloyd Pens Love Letter To Naples In New Book 'Napoli, Napoli, Napoli'
While capturing the lyrical beauty of Naples, Italy, Brett Lloyd's latest book 'Napoli, Napoli, Napoli' will be released alongside an exhibition in Paris during Paris Photo Week.
Saatchi's 'The New Black Vanguard' Takes On A Radical New Perspective
Unearthing photographers from London to Lagos, New York to Johannesburg, The New Black Vanguard: Photography Between Art and Fashion arrives at Saatchi Gallery, moving away from the industry's western lens.
The Exhibitions Offering You A Slice of Culture This Winter
From various retrospectives to a Matty Bovan installation at NOW Gallery and the most important talks on AI, and NFTs, our winter exhibition guide promises to fulfil all your cultural needs, detailing events that look to the past, present and future.
The New Spirit of New School
Building the foundations for a future as creative as its old school 'Art School' mentality New School's debut exhibition MAJOR challenges the old while making way for the new.
Jean-Luc Godard and The Birth of Innovative Film
On the day of Jean-Luc Godard's death, we take a small look back at his revolutionary career and how he birthed a movement that continues to influence fashion film and film as a whole today.
Toni Meneguzzo’s Duality On Display In New Exhibit
Fashion photographer Toni Meneguzzo has revolutionised Polaroids throughout his four decades long career. Now his signature style and recent foray into digital landscapes is on display with Toni Meneguzzo: Diptych.
Remembering Fashion Photographer Melvin Sokolsky
The American fashion photographer best known for his gravity-defying Bubble series has died at the age of 88.
Shoreditch's Photobook Cafe Launches Fundraiser 'Best In Bloom'
The flower-centred exhibition and fundraiser 'Best In Bloom' - taking place at the Photobook Cafe this month - serves more than the purpose of showcasing flora and fauna. Its aim? To help reinvest in the cafe's future photography projects.
Thighs: Willy Ndatira & Xavier Scott Marshall
The art director and image-maker collaborated on a series of photographs of black trans women, analysed by Ndatira, to implore viewers to rethink their relationships to white supremacist capitalistic patriarchal artworks, traditions and institutions.
Synthesis: Faculty Press
The annual yearbook project by Thebe Magugu and friends present a photo series exploring how young people in South Africa particularly navigate their need for belonging and desire for acceptance in a religious society.
Feet: Jade Montserrat
Artist Jade Montserrat explores the relationship between work they have made which details feet and wider politics of representation.
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