British sculptor Alex Chinneck playfully unzips a building Inception-style for Milan Design Week 2019.
Sir Richard Wallace: The Collector Review
We pay a visit to the Wallace Collection’s newest and most personal exhibition.
EMERGING: Asif Farooq
Asif Farooq meticulously creates toy firearms out of cardboard and paper to question issues like gun violence and mass production – albeit all with a dexterous Pop Art touch.
EMERGING: Toby Ziegler
Somewhere in an underground car park, 14 floors below the streets of West London, lurks Toby Ziegler's newest show, 'The Cripples'. Based on Renaissance artist Bruegel's paintings, Ziegler has combined both the 3D objects of his work alongside Bruegel's 2D figures to ominous, brooding effect.
EMERGING: Sinisa Kukec
Sinisa Kukec transforms found objects and trash into enthralling, sinisterly beautiful installations. The enigmatic whiskey-drinking artist tells us about getting kicked out of Charleston bars, Peter Voulkas’ arse, and why his eastern European blood means his art is made for glass-half-empty types.
EMERGING: Andrew Nigon
Andrew Nigon might be one of the most hotly-tipped artists to emerge out of the Miami scene – and the self-described “white kid from the Midwest” insists he’s not just playing with toys.
EMERGING: Cal Lane
Just like the story of her career, Cal Lane‘s jaw-slackening work plays with a number of polarities. To date, her pieces stand alone in capturing a delicacy and intricacy quite apart from her closest contemporaries. Indeed, unlike fellow iron sculptor Richard Serra, Lane’s tapestries, welded into harsh and often preternaturally large steel and iron structures, are […]