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A new London exhibit showcases the protest posters of students at California's Berkeley University in 1970.
Poet and painter Rachel B. Glaser’s debut novel Paulina & Fran is a cutting satire of art school that’s sympathetic towards its characters even as it mocks them.
House of Vans London presents an immersive interactive sound installation by Studio PSK.
Hetty Douglas and Patrick Dakers collaborate on new exhibition Finger – an aesthetic challenge to mass-produced mind fluff.
Miranda July talks to TateShots from her L.A. studio about workflow, finding new ideas, and not being seen.
Four Hands Voyage is an international collaboration that combines diverse artistic styles in all the right ways.
Artist and writer Chris Wilson educated himself on the mean streets of 1980s San Francisco, landing in prison when he was sixteen. Change, he says, is not a single turning point. It’s something you channel and work on for life.
Artist Waffaa Bilal’s new exhibition 168.01 looks at the dynamics of destruction and reconstruction, using Kickstarter engage his audience in rebuilding.
The most recent project from masterful American photographer Annie Leibovitz is an incredible time capsule of contemporary society.
The latest in Phil Evans' trippy Lightbox series explores the drive behind a dedicated female skater from Malmo.
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