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Video Profile: Donghwan Ko

Donghwan Ko lives and works between London and Seoul, exploring notions of home and the spaces inbetween.

Video Profile: Changyeon Lee

New York-based Changyeon Lee’s practice specialises in kinetic sculpture through the use of mechanical components and natural objects.

Video profile: Denholm Berry

Milan-based British artist Denholm Berry approaches portraiture with an innovative and unconventional methodology.

Painterly Optimism

Jacques-Henri Lartigue’s signature style revels in spontaneity and the joyful everyday, capturing bright scenes of leisure and idealism.

Disruptive Collections

We speak with Sydney-based Harriet Moutsopoulos, a collage artist working under the name Lexicon Love; she seeks out the unexpected connections between humour and tragedy.

Contemporary Manipulations

American artist Matthew Adam Ross, based in Los Angeles and New York, considers his practice to be a line of enquiry. We speak with him to find out more.

A Contemporary Vision

Alfred Seiland’s body of work offers a bright synthesis of colour and light, combining  analog techniques with contemporary aesthetics.

Cultural Awareness

There are more than 270 nationalities and 300 languages spoken in London. Shows at Calvert 22, Foam and NOW Gallery celebrate this diversity.

Illusory Arenas

Georges Rousse’s practice occupies the intersection between photography, painting and architecture, creating otherworldly scenes.

Poetic Techniques

Meng Zhou’s artistic projects draw on analogies of Chinese cultural history and myth. We speak with him to find out more about his past and current work.

Future Greats: Free Events

New media has changed the way we communicate. A series of talks at the Aesthetica Art Prize exhibition contextualise the show,

Multi-faceted Collections

Identities overlap and intersect: no one is defined solely by their race, gender, class or nationality, but rather by a combination of complex factors. This…

5 to Read: This Month

This month’s publications offer surveys across a range of industries, from the changing face of architecture to fine art photography and installation.

Balancing Representation

As part of Photo London 2018 at Somerset House, Huxley-Parlour, London, celebrates the work of females behind the lens.

Rural Reinterpretations

We speak with the UK-based multidisciplinary artist Harry Bunce about the British countryside, his latest work and looking forward to the rest of 2018.

Significant Contributions

National Museum Cardiff’s Women in Focus explores the vital contribution of female practitioners to photography,

Moments of Transition

What does it mean to be in suspense? A collective show from Le Bal, Paris, offers a thoughtful and provoking take on the matter.

Redressing the Balance

The arts industry, like any other, still carries a certain amount of imbalance. Ahead of Future Now, Amira Gad, Serpentine Gallery, looks directly at the issue.

Emotional Theatricality

Encompassing 40 photographs, Silver Lake Drive is a major new exhibition that marks the first mid-career survey of Alex Prager at The Photographers’ Gallery.

Redressing Physicality

Adelaide Damoah’s practice involves using her body as a “living paintbrush” to paint or print onto various surfaces. Damoah discusses her series.

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