In our bustling world of visuals, printmaking serves as an origin story and sacred practice. 15th-century printmaking transfers images from a matrix onto a surface like fabric or paper through woodcutting, etching,
@FilmAbdi’s work explores what it means to connect freely with oneself and others. Like many, he started pretty casually. He documented the mundane and the special – hanging out with his friends or
In an unsuspecting location in the middle of Islington, a red light illuminates down a side street, paving the way for artistic brilliance. Arsenal F.C.’s long legacy of being at the helm
September 2022, The Southbank Centre launched Photo-Fantastic, a seven-day creative photography course led by Holly-Marie Cato and Eddie Otchere offering emerging Black and dual heritage photographers the opportunity to develop their skills,
An annual wonderland of contemporary African art hangs on the walls of Somerset House every October. If you’re an art lover or are in search of a culturally enriching weekend, then your
RAZA TARIQ is a genius who refuses to constrain himself to labels. He doesn’tbelong to any scene, culture or genre: his only goal is to make art that is. The title heassumes:
Dr.Martens have always had a central position in London’s fashion culture - being a brand symbolic of rebellion, youth and authenticity. So when they joined forces with NTS Radio for their 'BOOT
Every so often GUAP take on two students for a week-long work experience, where they learn what it takes to run and contribute to a new-media platform like ours. Read on for
Catch these must-see exhibitions opening in June, and get your art fix for the summer.
Since March 2022, we’ve been supporting flat 70 with the promotion of their monthly ‘Culture Club’ initiative that brings young art enthusiasts together to visit shows at local galleries, as a group,
How do we find healing spaces in a constant cycle of generational trauma? Amartey Golding shows us with “Bring Me to Heal”.
We're seeing Nigerian-Austrian artist Cameron Ugbodu and queer, Black archival work in their latest solo show "See You", exhibiting now at the Doyle Wham gallery.