In ‘Vault 7’ photographer George Selley uncovers the peculiarity of behind-the-scenes life in the CIA, questioning popular culture’s perception of the secret agent.
Ahead of the opening of her first London solo show, we talk to Russian artist Olga Fedorova about women, eroticism, and creating your own artistic universe.
Oozing fetishism and violence, Michele Servadio’s strange tattooing rituals are being performed around the world; creating spectacles that fuse art, music, and exorcism.
A new exhibition brings together the work of Shon Faye, Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee and Ruth Ossai in an immersive celebration of identity.
Ahead of his first UK exhibition, iconic queer filmmaker and artist Bruce LaBruce talks taboos, personas, and staying in your discomfort zone.
Eddie and Charlie Proudfoot use their pictures as a way of communicating with the outside world, that doesn’t impose on their self-enforced isolation.
For his new postcard series, artist James Springall pieces together collages highlighting the anxieties of the UK’s small towns.
South Londoner Kim Noble has multiple personalities, 14 of whom are artists with their own distinct styles. Next month, their work will hang beside Francis Bacon and Salvador Dali.
In a collaboration with The Other Art Fair, the Glastonbury staple’s unique blend of art and activism is becoming a new interactive installation.
Skateboarding and circus take centre stage at Khora, a horizontally-organised refugee community centre in Athens, which is celebrating its first birthday.
From September 27 to January 21, the New Museum will play host to Trigger – a new multimedia exhibition exploring gender’s place in contemporary culture.
With big brands jumping on the feminist bandwagon, the commodification of womanhood is more prevalent than ever. Writer Grace Banks meets the artists taking a stand in her new book, Play With Me.