Femininity and forbidden fruit are cut-up and subverted by Olivia Brazier, in photomontages that explore the role of women in the home and the nature of desire.
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Hong Chun Zhang’s meticulously formed black and white depictions of hair convey a spine-chilling sense of unease.
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Never mind the Royal Academy's annual blockbuster group show—tonight will see the opening of Elephant West and Troubadour Theatre's very own Summer exhibition.
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Sondra Perry addresses the wrongs of the contemporary age, exploring the entanglement of identity and technology.
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Artist and musician Lee Jaffe's photographs from a 1983 journey with Jean-Michel Basquiat paint an intimate portrait of the iconic artist. Here he shares his strongest memories from the trip.
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Cui Xinming’s paintings evoke the unsettled state of his peers, who are growing up in a time of tremendous political shift and seemingly unchecked development.
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The American artist commented on the darker undercurrent of the Wild West in his Limit Telephotography—nodding to the murky military activity that happens out of sight.
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With the food industry booming, there are a whole host of photographers, designers, stylists and chefs embracing the absurd, joyful, colourful pleasure of food in all its forms.
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Julie Curtiss’s works depict a collision of nightmarish hair, fingernails and fur, amidst which their subjects are characterful, but barely recognizable as human.
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At the fiftieth edition of the annual photo festival in Arles, images of families and homes proliferate. Are we all searching for a place we belong? And if we find it, what does it look like?
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