Art Loves Fashion & Fashion Loves Art – But Do They Really Get Along?

Art and fashion are intrinsically linked. This attraction and repulsion of the pursuit of commodity, glamour and icons envelops our daily existence.

Twenty Artists With Great Futures In One Exhibition

The Jerwood Contemporary Painters Exhibition highlights 20 emerging artists in one vibrant collection. Each artist exhibits one work, which is concerned with the debate of what painting is.

Nigel Hall

Nigel Hall has redefined his work to articulate a sophisticated understanding of space, and how sculptural object and viewer may occupy it.

The Design Awards

The Design Awards 2008 offers a means for understanding the contemporary world, and demonstrates a huge field of creativity and diversity.

Exploring Ethics, Performance & Authenticity

Double Agent is a group exhibition featuring seven artists who use other people as a medium, raising questions of performance and authorship.

Strangely Familiar

Project Space Leeds hosts this unique exhibition by photographers, Eric Jaquier and Peter Mitchell. Their work illustrates how Leeds has changed since the 1960s.

Unravelling the Myths

In winter 2008, Iniva presented one of the year’s most exciting exhibitions: States of Exchange, looking at the reliability of history in an age of global communication.

From the Modern Economy to Ancient Mythology

Gordon Cheung’s show at the Chinese Arts Centre in Manchester, Death By A Thousand Cuts, highlighted hybrid cultures and the rise of a new superpower.

Against Nature

Against Nature continues the Henry Moore Institute’s ethos to promote the appreciation of sculpture as a pertinent art form with a rich and varied history.

Crossing Boundaries and Reaching New Dimensions

Saturated was the inaugural solo show by Sølve Sundsbø, the first in a new cross-cultural programme at Spring Projects, a new gallery space at at Spring Studios.

Sony World Photography Awards 2008

The 2008 SONY World Photography Awards in Cannes, France, showcases over 330 images, and includes the work of some of the greats of photography.

Ant Macari

Ant Macari has a benevolent philosophy tow­ards his work. Neither possessive nor exalted in his approach, he places emphasis on the response of his audience.

Philippe Anthonioz

Often described as a “furniture sculptor,” Philippe Anthonioz’s work appeared in a dual exhibition at Galerie Tino Zervudachi in Paris and at Lefevre Fine Art in London.

Will Tuck

Tuck’s paintings speak to us about sex and celebrity, hyper femininity and neutered masculinity. He manipulates and teases his subjects and the language of paint.

Diana Scheunemann

Diana Scheunemann’s photography is alive with sensuality and emotion. She spent a decade travelling and capturing scenes with provocative honesty.

Video Art Gallery

Chris Meigh-Andrews re-imagines some of the earliest examples of photography for the modern world, thanks to digital editing, video, and the addition of sound.

Adam Neate

Elms Lester Painting Rooms has been at the centre of a revolutionary concept; bringing street art into the gallery space, by showcasing international street artists.

Ione Rucquoi

At one point it was unclear whether Ione Rucquoi would pursue art or music. Art won out: “It was always part of my life but to follow it up seriously was quite strange.”

Stuart Semple

At only 26 years of age, Stuart Semple is one of the most exciting young British artists around. He fuses 80s influences with an informed view of popular culture.

Enrico David

Enrico David’s latest work marks the evolution of his style, which has grown exponentially as different qualities have come to the foreground in recent years.