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ArtFebruary 26, 2021
No bullshit, no lies, everything to the forefront

Straight from closing up her solo show "Stepping out to Step in," this artist talks deconstructed bodies, ancestral spirits, and women’s intuition.

ArtFebruary 24, 2021
Set in stone

South Korean artist Yoon Giljung uses photography to reveal and reinterpret the things we believe to be unchangeable – beauty, truth, human nature.

ArtFebruary 23, 2021
Intimate interiors

Painting in the Intimist tradition Doron Langberg portrays queer life at its most mundane and tender and emphasises shared emotional connections.

ArtFebruary 23, 2021
Corruption and Love

The second Garage Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art is taking place in Moscow and follows a divergent curatorial process, one based on recommendations.

ArtFebruary 22, 2021
Colliding mediums

Both artists unite their contrast of artistic personas in their collaborative exhibition, "Once Twice," on view at The Hole, New York, until March 28.

ArtFebruary 11, 2021
Transhuman optimism

London based 3D artist discusses transhumanism, beauty in the age of technology and sustainable prospects of 3D printing.

Fashion - ArtFebruary 11, 2021
Unapologetically righteous

Founded by Egor Eremeev and Alina Muzychenko, this Russian collective exposes the corruption of their homeland through fashion, photography and activism.

ArtFebruary 10, 2021
Upon closer look

Dutch artist Tamara Stoffers’ collages show the endless potential of odd knick-knacks, surreal propaganda posters and other stray bits of history.

ArtFebruary 10, 2021
Vibrant daydreams

Tiny heads, dark shadows, soft colours, and a celebration of African heritage collide in the artwork of this Burundi-born, Belgium-based artist.

ArtFebruary 09, 2021
An introspective view on the global pandemic

New York-based artist Paige Beeber uses her artwork to reflect on the uncertainty of living in a global pandemic in her most recent exhibition “Farbe.”

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