Tracey Emin | A Timeline: from unmade beds to the Royal Academy
Editorial / Artists

Tracey Emin | A Timeline: from unmade beds to the Royal Academy

30 Jun 2022

Grayson Perry | National Treasure
Artists

Grayson Perry | National Treasure

15 Jun 2022

Grayson Perry and ‘national treasure’ are often mentioned in the same breath – yet the artist is an unlikely emblem of British identity. Below, we’ve highlighted eight reasons why he deserves his national treasure status.

Courting controversy | Five of Banksy’s most divisive pieces
Banksy

Courting controversy | Five of Banksy’s most divisive pieces

13 Jun 2022

Love him or hate him, one thing’s certain: Banksy knows how to capture public attention. From large-scale commentary on social injustice to smaller works echoing harrowing world events, his work always provides a talking point. We’ve rounded up a few of his hardest hitters…

Fakes and Forgeries | Inside the weird world of the art con
Art Market

Fakes and Forgeries | Inside the weird world of the art con

7 Jun 2022

Back in 2012, Wolfgang and Helene Beltracchi were big names in the art world. There was just one problem: the expressionist and surrealist works they’d built their vast fortune on were all fakes. The pair were eventually sentenced to jail time for fraud which had netted them an estimated $45 million.

Magnus Gjoen | My Hometown: Florence
Artists

Magnus Gjoen | My Hometown: Florence

1 Jun 2022

Known for his exquisite reinterpretations of classic art, Magnus Gjoen has always found inspiration in Italy. These days, he lives in the hills outside Florence – so we caught up with him to celebrate his birthday by finding out his favourite places to visit in and around the city…

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