> 1 year ago
The punk feminist icon who found her magic in Cornwall
The artist Linder Sterling went from designing notorious artwork for the Buzzcocks to conjuring mytho-poetic forces on a beach in St Ives. With a new show at Nottingham Contemporary, we explore the pioneering punk’s two very different defining moments.
> 2 years ago
Degas, dolls and life drawing: Cathie Pilkington in the RA Schools
Cathie Pilkington RA is transforming the RA Schools’ life drawing room with an installation of uncanny figures inspired by Degas’ sculptures. Amy Sherlock finds out more about the project.
> 3 years ago
Hilma af Klint: The spirit moved her
The Swedish painter Hilma af Klint was making abstract art before Kandinsky, but her spiritualist methods have undermined her standing in art history. Now her work is being reassessed at the Serpentine Galleries.
Inside the Academy
> 3 years ago
New rules and new tools: life at the RA Schools
At the RA Schools, post-graduate students have three years to develop their ideas and work. Here second-year students reveal how the course is changing their art, as they prepare their first group show at the RA, Premiums: Interim Projects.
< 4 years ago
In two minds: Eddie Peake and Prem Sahib
Ahead of their solo shows this autumn, RA Schools alumni and artistic collaborators Eddie Peake and Prem Sahib describe the thought and themes behind each other’s works.