Artist Hank Willis Thomas explores black identity and representation; using art to probe who we are, how we came to be and what is important.
Hidden away in the depths of west London, the 500-metre long Eel Pie Island has always guarded its secrets well – but its incredible legacy is about to be uncovered.
Back in the day, Times Square was a hotbed for hedonism. Artist Jane Dickson remembers living through New York’s messy golden age – a place where DIY culture thrived.
We speak to Scottish artist Rachel Maclean about Make Me Up, her darkly comic new satire that explores the pressures faced by women today.
The most interesting mind in music talks breaking rules, chasing fame, and soundtracking the World Cup Final.
Stanley Donwood, Ralph Steadman and Robert Del Naja are among a line-up of contemporary artists who've created original works to help a deserving charity.
The trailblazing Chinese artist celebrates the activist history of postcards and letter writing in his new book, Yours Truly – Art, Human Rights, and the Power of Writing a Letter.
Despite rumours that it’s disappearing, photographer Walter Wlodarczyk captures a creative world that’s surviving – and thriving – against the odds.
After moving to the city in 1979, Richard Hambleton became a pioneer in New York’s street art movement. Now, a new exhibition is celebrating his life and legacy.
A new book from film critic and historian Paul Kendel Fonoroff tells the story of Chinese film through an archive of historic magazines.
In the ’70s, New York’s South Bronx was in a state of extreme disrepair – but creativity still managed to flourish.
Fusing Mexican-American culture with a DIY punk spirit, the underground Chicano art scene of the late ’60s and early ’90s is finally celebrated a new exhibition.