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'Child, Jacket, Slaughtered Goat, Sweets, Painted Nails, Xmas Day, Helmand’

Mark Neville's war photography

The artist turns his camera to the conflict in Afghanistan

Mark Neville’s photographs spotlight people, he looks at how a social and economic situation effects the human experience. In …

A heron by the canal in Tipton

Art in the Black Forest

Juneau Projects Bring their Work to The Midlands

Got a free day and an appetite for culture? The Midlands may be your best bet. 

Aaron Curry, Untitled 2003-2004 Photo Fredrik Nilsen

Bad Brain by Aaron Curry

Artist Redefines Paint

The artist’s CAPC show in Bordeaux is a return to his roots.

Image courtesy of The Half Gallery

Celebrating the work of René Ricard

New York's Half Gallery exhibit a retrospective of the artist

He was a friend of Warhol, a key player in the establishment of the contemporary New York Gallery scene and his peers were Julian …

Image courtesy of Goldsmiths University

Goldsmiths Reveal Art Gallery

The New Art Space Will Open in 2016

Contemporary art has always been on the agenda at Goldsmiths University — from it’s famed art school to the student alumni …

The ferral treasure, 2008, mixted media on canvas, 104.2 x 120.5 cm

Nelson Dominguez Talks Cuba and Politics

Veteran Cuban Artist Becomes Vocal Creative

After graduating from art school in Havana in 1975, Dominguez went on to become one of the country's most prolific artists.

James Turrell Pullen (Red) 1968 MRI wire projector

British Artists Analyse Space

Blain|Southern Shed Light on Space and Ownership

Since opening the gallery in 2010 Blain|Southern have impressed with their distinct curation of progressive themes. Their current …

Will Cotton, Beyond the Pleasure Principle, 2014, Oil on linen, 80x108 inches, Courtesy of the artist, Mary Boone Gallery, New York and  Ronchini Gallery, London

Cotton Candy at Ronchini Gallery

Artist Delves into the Nature of Desire

As his London solo show comes to a close, we caught up with New York based artist Will Cotton.