After making a name for himself with his large-scale figurative sculptures reflecting the fragility of the human body, the British sculptor—newly an American citizen—finds a fresh political imperative for his art.
Illustrator Greg Foley and writer Andrew Luecke cover one hundred years of teenage rebellion, popular music, and street style in an illustrated compendium of a century’s worth of groups and subcultures—complete with expert-curated playlists on Apple Music.
The photographer-and-stylist duo offer up a vision of the future that crosses boundaries of gender, race, and individual expression in a photography series reflecting the New Africa movement.
How does a creative agency stay creative? Matte discusses the latest iteration of its experiential installation-turned-party and what it means to evolve.
Our editor-in-chief Magnus Berger finds art, music, and culture converging on a tiny town in West Texas.
As a painter transitions into reliefs and sculptures, she discovers new intricacies of light and shadow that add a different dimension to her gentle, minimalist compositions.
The filmmaker and journalist translates his Nowness video series into print with a new book offering an intimate look into the studios of some of today’s leading artists, from Jeff Koons and Robert Longo to Doug Aitken and Damien Hirst.
As part of the design research collective Field Experiments, the inventive artist finds inspiration in traditional craft techniques and the detritus of contemporary civilization.
With the holidays around the corner, we’ve gathered together a selection of cheeky, clever, and meaningful presents to help you brighten someone’s season as we head into 2017.
With a new monograph, the Swiss painter demonstrates her characteristic mix of abandon and restraint in her paintings that walk the line of carefully controlled chaos.