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Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset have worked together as Elmgreen & Dragset since the mid-1990s. In their sculptures, installations, and performances, they re-interpret familiar designs and spatial structures that surround us in our everyday lives with criticality and subversive wit. Photography by Kevin Todora From their permanent, site-specific installation of a forever-closed Prada boutique in

Shot in Soho is an original exhibition presented at The Photographers’ Gallery, London, celebrating Soho’s diverse culture, community and creativity at a time when the area is facing radical transformation. Although relatively small in size (one square mile approximately) and bordered by some of London’s grandest and most commercialised streets, it has stood up to

Nude Descending a Staircase No.3 by internationally renowned artist Marco Brambilla is a kinetic interpretation of Marcel Duchamp’s seminal cubist 1912 masterpiece Nude Descending Staircase, No. 2. This installation of the piece is the third in 2019, having already been exhibited in New York and London, Brambilla has adapted the piece to be displayed across

Felt artist Lucy Sparrow is one of the most exciting and original artists working in the UK today. Her practice is quirky yet subversive, luring the audience in with her soft, tactile, colourful felt creations before hitting them hard with her comment on subjects from the demise of the traditional high street to censorship

We caught up with visionary Swedish digital artist David Stenbeck better known as Dovneon to find out more about the man behind the clouds and surreal neon dreams. What’s your name?David Stenbeck and your Instagram name?Dovneon Where did you grow up and where are you now?In the small seaside bourgeoise village of Bjärred, in Sweden. I now

Project: @peinturefraichefestival Video: @chopemdownfilmsPhotos: @streetlayers Words: INTI takes his name from the Incan sun god and the Quechua word for ‘the Sun’ as homage to his Chilean roots. His murals pulse with the bright colours of a Latin carnival and the mysterious energy of Ancient South American culture. However, his work still remains fine, Kevin McGloughlin, a director and visual artist working from Sligo Ireland used Google Earth images, over a period of several months to create this animated short which recently won the Vimeo Staff pick award. "Epoch is a visual representation of our connection to earth and it's vulnerable glory. Our time here is esoteric, limited and