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What We Wore

This unique compendium substitutes glossy editorial spreads for disposable snaps of poster- splattered bedrooms, Kappa-clad holidays and Brixton raves.

20/21 British Art Fair, London

The 20/21 British Art Fair opens today at the Royal College of Art, London. It is the only fair to specialise in Modern and Post-War art, but also features work up to the present day. From 10-14 September.

An Insight into the Work of Deb Covell, Shortlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2014

Organised by Aesthetica Magazine, in partnership with York Museums Trust, the Aesthetica Art Prize is a celebration of excellence and innovation in contemporary art from across the world.

Interview: Video Artist Clara Aparicio Yoldi, Longlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize

The Aesthetica Art Prize 2014 opens its new ground-breaking exhibition this spring, showcasing the very best of emerging and established talent in contemporary art internationally.

RCA Secret 2014

After 20 years, the Royal College of Art Student Award Fund still has one of the most innovative ways of raising money. It asks the question: could you spot a Paula Rego or a Grayson Perry in a collection of 2900 other postcard size artworks?

Interview with Glasstress Artist Paul Fryer

Paul Fryer utilises electronic media and sculpture to create installation pieces in unexpected exhibition sites. He presented his first solo show in 2005 at Trolley Gallery and has gone on to show work all over the world.

Interview with Haroon Mirza, participant in Macmillan De’Longhi Art Auction

This September the seventh annual Macmillan De’Longhi Art Auction returns to London. This year’s event will be held over five days and will include a public exhibition at the Royal College of Art.

Women Artists of the New Millennium

A comprehensive study of the progress of feminist art, The Reckoning demonstrates the enormous influence female artists have had, and continue to have.

RA Schools Show 2013

The RA Schools Show, the annual exhibition of works by final year students, will open on 19 June at the iconic Royal Academy Schools. The show is held in the historic studio spaces of the Schools.

So Much I Want to Say: From Annemiek to Mother Courage, Goetz Collection at Haus der Kunst

So Much I Want to Say: From Annemiek to Mother Courage is the fifth display of works from the Goetz Collection at Haus der Kunst. The title is borrowed from an early video work by Mona Hatoum.

Alex Katz: Give Me Tomorrow Review, Turner Contemporary, Kent

Following on from a Tracey Emin solo show that tore in two the views of locals and critics alike, Alex Katz’s exhibition, Give Me Tomorrow, has a lot (or little, depending) to live up to.

The Art of Chess, Saatchi Gallery & RS&A, London

The game of Chess is believed to have originated in India in the seventh century and no other game in history has been so widely reflected in art and literature. Chess remains an intriguing subject.

Obsession at Louis Vuitton Maison, New Bond Street

Collaborations between fashion houses and the art world are nothing new. Unlike some of the commercial tie-ins we witness today, everyone is a winner when these spheres work creatively together.

Androgynous Aesthetics: Interview with Brendan Jamison

For the past seven years the Northern Irish based artist, Brendan Jamison has amassed a significant body of work. Jamison appropriates diverse media including wax, wool, sugar cubes and pins.


Artists are more known, recognisable and part of the fabric of daily life than ever before. Art is no longer niche; it’s here, right in front of our faces.

What Happens When the YBAs Grow up?

A new book surveys the 25 year success and phenomenon that was, and in many ways still is, the Young British Artists.

Palm Trees and Poker Players, James Hockey; Foyer Galleries, University for the Creative Arts (UCA), Farnham

Helen Carmel Benigson is media-savy that is for sure; her work layers colour, print and sound to create immersive, dreamlike and hyper-sensual installations that explore themes of female empowerment.

The Fundamental Collaboration between Maker; Material, Formed Thoughts, Jerwood Space

There are certain exhibitions whose titles are so ambiguous and nonsensical that even before attending the show you are met with a quiet sense of dread on whether you will get it.

Turner Prize 2011

One of the World’s most defining art prizes opened in 2011 at Baltic. We explore the shortlist with Godfrey Worsdale, Director of Baltic.

Birds Eye View

Birds Eye View’s Rachel Millward talks about how their popular film festival applauds the creativity and brilliance of women in film.