Meet the curator: Tempting Fake

Upon entering the exhibition space at Noble Studios, a sense of undisturbed familiarity is present despite the irregularities of the concrete entrance and the...

Is the air you breathe affecting the art you make?

lLiving in any big capital - London, New York, Paris, Beijing - doesn’t come without repercussions. What it does come with, is a whole...

Charlie Fegan and his Device to Sort Everything Out Once and...

Sometime between completing his BA at Goldsmiths, and starting his second year at the Royal Academy, Charlie Fegan was struck by the sad truth...

Ben Doherty on the fallibility or vulnerability of an artwork

Pushed by the desire to challenge the style of his favourite modern sculptors, Ben Doherty tests the boundaries of what is “acceptable” form in...

Making sense of our world through sculpture – Benjamin Renoux’s first...

Benjamin Renoux is having his first solo show in the United States at the Baert Gallery in Los Angeles. His introspective work questions the...

“If it is shit, make it better”: the fine art ethos...

Mid-way through his studies at the Royal Academy, Thomas Langley is feeling fortunate with the position he’s in as a student artist. But, while...

Degree in Progress: Sam Shaw and Madeline Whitelaw

For any discipline, final year is no easy year. It comes with the pressure of communicating a coherent idea of your identity as an...

Degree in Progress: Siân Toolan and Antoine Langénieux Villard

As the new university term is in full steam, we have already heard a number of postgraduates whisper they are thinking of dropping out....

Degree in Progress: Daria Blum and Theo Tennant

Immersed in a heady but familiar aroma of turpentine substitutes and brewing latex, with a heavy beat drifting from some corner of activity, we...

How is the greatest work of art produced? Together.

Brian Clarke can fit into many descriptions of an artist, but prefers to limit himself to just three: architectural artist, stained glass artist, and...

No walls – just Ruins taking over Mexico City

When Christos Petritzis first told me that he wanted to name his then-soon-to-be-released publication “Ruins” I was a bit sceptical. “Ruins, really? That’s got...

How do we perceive art that’s made by machines?

Cara Mills creates work that appears full of grandeur, but is gentle in execution. While the artworld might be obsessing over work that is...