Damien Hirst: The Currency
In 1983, conceptual artist Louise Lawler created gift certificates for her show at the Leo Castelli Gallery. The owner of each piece was faced with a choice: keep the art or cash it in. Almost 40 years later, Damien Hirst has done something strikingly similar at the Newport Street Gallery in London.... Read
Yellowpop x The Andy Warhol Foundation Limited-Edition Neon Art
New Product We Love Yellowpop Unveils Special Collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation We love the new Yellowpop limited-edition LED neon collection who pays homage to Warhol’s most iconic Pop artworks. This fall, global home decor brand, Yellowpop joins forces with The Andy Warhol Foundation on a special limited-edition collection of neon lights to celebrate one of the world’s... Read
Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child
The Woven Child, Louise Bourgeois’ major retrospective at the Hayward Gallery, is redolent with such ghosts from her youth; wronged mothers, hapless mistresses, adulterous fathers and wounded children all have their part to play. Read
In Conversation With: Asana Fujikawa
Asana Fujikawa loves telling tales. From erotically-charged ceramics to fantastical etchings, the Hamburg-based artist’s work is infused with fairytale logic, each piece elaborating on a mythology she spins across time and media.   Read
Berl-Berl by Jakob Kudsk Steensen
The city of Berlin is known for its great culture and music scene, but also as a city with an amazing history. Nonetheless, I discovered a big part that was unfamiliar to me and came to light in the first major solo exhibition of the Danish artist Jakob Kudsk Steensen. Read