A new exhibition celebrates the art, lives and love affair of the revolutionary artist couple.
From lamplit street corners to red-brick estate fronts: artist Frank Laws pays tribute to the mundane magic of the city.
The artist discusses his appearance in new exhibition On Our Backs, which celebrates the revolutionary work of LGBTQ sex workers, activists and allies.
The American art instructor introduced the general public to the idea that they didn’t need to go to art school to paint.
Misdiagnosis, benefit cuts, stigma and violence: a new exhibition tackles the biggest issues facing the UK mental health movement today.
From anti-landlord housing struggles, to socialist activism: the Paddington Printshop designed the aesthetic of rebellion in the 20th century.
In a searingly honest interview, artist and skater Chad Muska shares the highs and lows of an extraordinary career.
To tie in with his first ever UK retrospective, artist Karey Maurice looks back on his intimate friendship with Haring.
As he opens his first-ever museum retrospective this month, we speak to the artist who helped take tattoos mainstream.
An artist, filmmaker, photographer and protégé of Salvador Dalí, Steven Arnold had many guises. A new film looks back at his incredible legacy.
With more and more festivals crowding the cultural calendar, it’s hard to survive, let alone stand out. But a number of DIY events are still managing to thrive.
Evelyn Short was a local legend in the village of Dinnington, known for her treasured archive of gig posters. A new book explores the sheer scale of her archive.