Interview with Juno Calypso

London College of Communication graduate Juno Calypso creates self-portraits in which she performs under the guise of a persona named Joyce. Calypso’s distinctive work investigates modern rituals of seduction and beauty.

Next Generation 2015 Interview: Chloe Newman

We interview London-based photographer and London College of Communication alumnus Chloe Newman as part of our Next Generation series on promising photographic talent.

Performa 15, New York

Performa, the organisation dedicated to promoting new work in the field of live performance, celebrates 10 years of its Performa Biennial with a programme of events across New York City.

Corin Sworn: Silent Sticks, Max Mara Art Prize for Women, Collezione Maramotti

Corin Sworn, winner of the fifth edition of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women, shows her new project Silent Sticks at Collezione Maramotti, Italy, from 4 October 2015 to 28 February 2016.

BAFTA Qualifying ASFF Announces 2015 Programme

The BAFTA Qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival announces its programme for 2015. This year’s enticing line-up of films and specials events is now available to view and download online.

Strata Unravelled

Western architectural styles fuse with traditional Mughal details, adorning the grand 18th century façades and domestic interiors of Kolkata.

Innate Refinement

Photographic duo René & Radka translate their understanding of the microelements of a shoot into hyperreal images that retain verve and warmth.

Lost Leisure

Mark Havens’s Out of Season series depicts the disappearing motels of Wildwood, New Jersey, bringing out an idealised past and its disappearance.

Solitary Anticipation

Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf presents the immeasurable tension of waiting in his recent series, located in the space between hope and regret.

Joie De Vivre

Characterised by a playful spontaneity, Guillaume Lechat’s portfolio encompasses a lively, refreshing synthesis of fashion, lifestyle and documentary.

Alpine Constructs

Set against an Alpine backdrop of mountain peaks and lakes, New Swiss Architecture surveys a new generation of architectural practitioners.

Next Generation Interview: Photographer Carl Bigmore

We interview London based photographer and London College of Communication alumnus Carl Bigmore as part of our Next Generation 2015 series on promising young photographers.

Picasso Sculpture, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Pablo Picasso’s work in three dimensions may be less familiar to the public than his innovations in painting, but it played a very personal role in the artist’s life – he kept most of the pieces he created and lived and worked among them.

FOTO/INDUSTRIA Biennale, Bologna

The second edition of FOTO/INDUSTRIA invites artists to explore the world of work in all its aspects with a particular focus on the industrial production chain from conception to recycling.

Lisa Wright’s The Unversed, Curated by Coates and Scarry

Lisa Wright’s latest body of paintings and drawings combining historical and modern-day concerns will be exhibited in her solo show with curatorial duo, Coates and Scarry at Gallery 8, London.

Elmgreen & Dragset, Self-Portraits, Victoria Miro

Elmgreen & Dragset unveil their latest project at Victoria Miro next month. Opening on 13 October, Self-Portraits is the duo’s third solo exhibition with the gallery, and their first at Mayfair.

Review: Keith Arnatt at Sprüth Magers, London

We review Keith Arnatt’s recent show at Sprüth Magers, London, entitled Absence of the Artist, which demonstrates Arnatt’s initial alignment with the Conceptual Art movement of the mid to late 1960s.

Next Generation 2015 Interview: Imogen Freeland

We interview London-based photographer and London College of Communication alumnus Imogen Freeland as part of our Next Generation series on promising photographic talent.

Interview: Shona Illingworth, Lesions in the Landscape

We interview artist Shona Illingworth about her investigations into the effect that the experience of amnesia and broken cultural memory has on individual and collective agency at FACT, Liverpool.

KIAF 2015 / ART SEOUL, Korea International Art Fair

Now in its 14th year, the annual Korea International Art Fair (KIAF) has grown into one of Asia’s leading art fair and hosts approximately 200 galleries from more than 10 countries each autumn.