< 2 years ago
Isaac Julien on his ode to brutalist architect, Bo Bardi
The master of multi-screens is back with a new work exploring the life of Brazilian brutalist architect Bo Bardi, whose socially conscious buildings and writings come to life through Julien’s lens. Here’s what you need to know.
< 4 years ago
Eileen Cooper: “Artists love to say they’re unique. We’re not”
With two solo shows this year, her final months as the Keeper of the Royal Academy Schools and the job of coordinating this year’s Summer Exhibition, it’s a busy time for Eileen Cooper. In the latest in our ‘As I see it’ series, the artist talks bad reviews, good dogs, and what she’ll do once all this work is done.
> 5 years ago
The state of British art in 2015
With British Art Show 8 and the Turner Prize 2015 both showcasing the cutting edge of British art, Anna Coatman outlines five trends of a generation – from a digital backlash to the idea of Britishness itself.