With working from home on the rise, and climate change afoot, what does the house of the future look like?
In the time of COVID, what better setting for remarkable works by Phyllida Barlow, Anya Gallacio and Andy Goldsworthy than the outdoors?
What art has been keeping the actor, collector and judge of the 2021 Turner Prize company during lockdown?
Two cities, two creatives, two shows
Zoffany’s new collection of wallpapers draws from an important chapter in British design history
Alastair Sooke is transported to another world with Geranium Pour Monsieur at Sir John Soane’s Museum
A new initiative to support UK-based Black and POC emerging curators, established in collaboration with Chisenhale Gallery and Idris Khan
Marking fifty years of his brand this year, the celebrated designer talks about spending lockdown as the sole occupant of his office - and his plans for the future
Madeline Hollander’s BMW Open Work commission utilizes recycled headlights to explore forms of human connectivity
A new, limited edition made by John Akomfrah for Frieze
The American artist discusses cycling global clocks, choreography and the importance of collaboration in thinking about alternative energy resources ahead of BMW Open Work 2020
In her tranquil studio, the French artist’s new paintings give form to the human voice
Convelio co-founder Edouard Gouin on the impact of technology on the artworld, modernising shipping and leading a logistics company through the pandemic
Beatriz Cortez on Glacial Erratic, her commission for the Frieze LIFEWTR Sculpture Prize
Sunrise/Sunset invites viewers to experience unseen global systems of light and traffic patterns
For his first show at Gray, the artist shares his work’s ‘underconscious’
Lolita Cros explores Kettle’s Yard, through the lens of Portrait of a Lady
Madeline Hollander's fleet of BMW i3 during Frieze Week
How one executive's vision sparked a 40 year committment to contemporary art
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