Hockney’s 20 Flowers and Some Bigger Pictures depict joy in the humdrum of domesticity.
As an expert in fashion marketing, I see nothing to mourn in Raf Simons’s decision to close his eponymous label – here’s why.
Banksy has unveiled six new works in Ukraine, created on the walls of bombed buildings.
Climate protesters are destabilizing the idea that public galleries are safe spaces for works of art, held in public trust.
Ghana’s national museum has been reopened after being closed for seven years.
Flickering light can make people see different colours and shapes or feel altered emotions or sense of time.
Instead of displaying myths, Samburu rock art reveals real-life stories and is made as a leisure activity.
Through different works and artists who have worked with hair we can understand what having control over one’s own hair implies for female identities.
It might be provocative but this sort of direct action is important.
Because Dylan draws from songs from the past, he has been accused of plagiarism. But this view has been colored by a distorted understanding of the creative process.
They come and go, hoping to attract locals and tourists but are pop-up attractions any good?
This artwork tells the incredible story of the Indigenous Traditional Owners who have long called the Tanami home.
Katy Hessel’s ambitious, weighty corrective to an art history canon that sidelines (or erases) women is ‘impressive and overdue’, writes Edwina Preston.
The history of breastfeeding reveals uncomfortable truths about women, work and money.
A newcomer to the Artificial Intelligence art market, Stable Diffusion, can create images almost indistinguishable from human artwork.
Western fashion, laundering and style reflected the racialized politics dramatically shaped by profound global transformations bound up with slavery, colonialism and modernization.
After Anita Lane died, former collaborator Nick Cave said she “despised the concept of the muse but was everybody’s”. Meera Atkinson highlights her achievements – with help from those who knew her.
Norman Daly’s 1972 exhibition, ‘The Civilization of Llhuros,’ presented fiction as fact – and reminded viewers of just how easily they could be duped.
AI art tools like DALL-E, Midjourney and Stable Diffusion are starting a revolution in the way art is made.
Gathered throughout the period of the British empire and gifted to the people of Glasgow, this famous collection is both spectacular and problematical.