A collateral event of the 59th Venice Biennale, Uncombed, Unforeseen, Unconstrained brings together eleven internationally renowned artists to reflect on topical issues that range from environmental pollution and global warming, to systemic racism and rampant

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Robert Nava has made a name for himself with his canvases depicting otherworldly creatures hovering between the mythical and the supernatural. Shaped by a range of different inspirations, they are rendered in a deliberately naïve

1883 Arts Editor sits for a chat with Cj Hendry, the 34 year-old NY-based artist from Brisbane best-known for her eye-catching photorealistic drawings of luxury goods and flowers, to discuss her work and influences, and

1883 sits down for a chat with London-based artist Eve Marguerite to discuss her practice encompassing video, drawing and installations, and to ask about her project for Lateral Geographies, What If We Gave Them Back.

Are non-fungible tokens a fad or the future of the creative industry? 1883 sits down for a chat with Josh Sandhu from Quantus Gallery – Europe’s first non-fungible token advisory – to talk all things

1883 meets British landscape painter David Wightman, who is best known for his imaginary mountain vistas teetering on the line between figuration and geometric abstraction. His work is on display at Grove Square Galleries, London,

1883 Arts Editor meets NY-based visual artist and photographer extraordinaire Androxx to discuss his new series, The Game of Life, featuring Max Jablonsky and Ignacio Naudon.

1883 Arts Editor sits down with New York-based experimental filmmaker Brian Ratigan, the founder of the award-winning independent studio Non Films, to discuss his latest project, The Architecture of Time, and more.

Young British Harry Rüdham explores the balance of the soul flittering between heaven and hell, using vibrant colours and textured cut out figures to create fantasy-like paintings in his forthcoming “Lubberland” exhibition at Grove Square

A retrospective at The Fitzrovia Chapel, London, pays tribute to larger-than-life 80s icon Leigh Bowery whose work straddled art, fashion and music.

A modern urban expressionist combining abstraction with surreal figuration, Marcus Jansen draws on his military past to comment on socio-political issues and offer a poignant insight into the realities of war. His latest exhibition, Victims

Last week, Smith & Partner hosted a London charity event entitled “Wrapped” that promoted young new artists with funds going to Cancer Research. Launched in 2016, Smith & Partner is a leading art advisory service, online

In a world where women are kept down and struggle to make their voices heard, seminal British artist Sarah Maple never shies away from challenging the structural and everyday misogyny and sexism in our society.

London-based artist and Kundalini teacher Holly-Anne Buck aka Collagism is on a mission to boost our emotional wellbeing. 1883 caught up with Ms Buck to talk about art and meditation, discuss her residency with Lateral

From the small island of Gibraltar, artist Christian Hook has emerged as an artistic triumph, melding science and physics to create touching artworks. His quest for meaning in human relationships and interaction led him on a

Larger-than-life street-pop artist Thierry Guetta aka Mr Brainwash sits for a chat with 1883 Arts Editor to talk about his new mural in Battersea, his influences and what makes London unique. Since rising to fame through

Grove Square Galleries is delighted to announce a forthcoming solo show by photographic artist Jim Naughten, the latest name to join the gallery’s growing roster of contemporary talents. Entitled Eremozoic, the exhibition – the gallery’s first

Joshua Press's debut solo exhibition – Different Bodies – is an intimate celebration of family and friends. 1883 meets the artist known for his intense, hazy portraits to discuss his work and ask why portraiture

Best known for his dangling horses, 18-carat gold toilet and duct-taped bananas, art world's favourite prankster Maurizio Cattelan grapples with existential questions in a new exhibition in Milan. That of the court jester has never been

Milan’s international art fair Miart makes a much-anticipated in-person return after COVID-19 hiatus. After enduring months of lockdowns and multiple waves of COVID-19, Milan – Italy's financial hub and economic driver – is now gradually reverting

1883 Arts Editor meets artist collective Wells Projects to discuss their residency with Lateral Geographies, upcoming projects and how they see their work evolving in the wake of the digital revolution shaking up the art

Ahead of the opening of her solo exhibition at NOW Gallery, Birmingham born artist and illustrator Manjit Thapp sits down for a chat with 1883 Arts Editor to discuss her work addressing themes of feminism

1883 meets artist and film director Charlotte Colbert to discuss her art practice and find out more about her new movie featuring Alice Krige, Malcolm McDowell and Rupert Everett. A Franco-British multimedia artist whose work straddles film,

1883 Arts Editor sits down for a chat with artist, curator, activist and all-round creative mastermind Stuart Semple to find out about his many projects and ask what he thinks the future hols for the

Welcome to Lobsteropolis City: the virtual universe populated by British contemporary artist Philip Colbert’s lobster alter-ego creation. Following his successful Saatchi Gallery virtual exhibition in 2020, in which visitors could tune in remotely to be guided

Opening this week at London’s Grove Square Galleries – one of the capital’s newest contemporary art spaces, launched in 2020 – The Whispering Tongues presents a new body of work by artist Marc Standing. Standing is

An accomplished artist with a background in Art Criticism, Milan-based Simona Cozzupoli draws from the likes of Cornell, De Chirico and Magritte to create awe-inspiring shadow boxes where the mundane and the magical collide and

First conceived amidst the global Covid-19 epidemic to support creative professionals, Lateral Geographies is an online residency programme curated by 1883's Arts Editor aiming to link artists, curators and audiences in new, challenging ways. The past

Nicolas Dobkine is a young 27-year old French sculptor who has taken his 1st sculpture, a 7 foot aluminium man called Demiurge, around France. From poolside at a 5-star Relais and Chateau Hotel, the Eiffel Tower,

Isolating Together is a photographic series and outdoor exhibition documenting stories of community, action and solidarity during Covid-19 by Kentish Town-based designer and documentary photographer Karishma Puri.   A year ago, at the height at the first

1883 is deeply saddened to announce British painter and all-round creative mind Duggie Fields has passed aged 75. With a career spanning fifty years, Duggie Fields was a true British institution. In September 2019, 1883

Led by a group of artists, creatives, agitators and producers, ARTCRY is a new fund for artists making work in response to social and political events in the public realm. At a time of great political

1883 Arts Editor sits down for a chat with Dr Ziba Ardalan, the founder and director of one of London's most distinguished art institutions — Parasol unit, to discuss the decision to close the gallery

Speaking with Jed Skrzypczak — the creative director who has been working closely with Charli XCX on the visual side of her lockdown album how i’m feeling now — it was clear that this is

What results at the unification of art, finance and technology to facilitate relief efforts for COVID-19 victims? The brilliance of this coalescence is Art&Co., the world’s largest online art auction devoted to giving short- and long-term aid

Following our interview for the DECADENT issue, we caught up with Edward Quist aka Embryoroom, a veteran of the New York art scene, to get the lowdown on his new projects, including The First Vial

‘Home’ is a concept that conjures as many literal interpretations as it does figurative associations. It is not limited to the physical and emotional spaces that bring us comfort and security but can include both relatable

When it comes to Jimmy Butler, there is one thing we can agree on: the four-time NBA All-Star is a force to be reckoned with on and off the court. His resume is nothing short of

‘I am always looking for things to put on my flat perspective surfaces.’ Patrick Hughes’ 60 Years of Art is witty and ironic at times but is ultimately a sincere and poignant reflection on art

What do Rihanna, Johnny Depp, David Beckham and Notorious B.I.G. have in common? Apart from resting on the rungs of A-list status, the aforementioned icons are among the many household names whose skin has been

Junkerry creates her own portal, designing sound sculptures to awaken the senses. And with visuals provided by Lucy Hardcastle, they assemble what could be described as a sensuous and almost tangible and immersive piece of

1883 caught up with German art photographer Christian Voigt to discuss Evolution, his latest series capturing some of the world's most iconic dinosaur skeletons from museums across Europe.     What's more exciting than dinosaurs? A photographic series

Bosnian-born, London-based photographer Haris Nukem's rise to international recognition is at the very least miraculous.   A curious child, he pursued creative writing and illustration as artistic outlets to express his innermost disposition and observations of life

1883 meets British-born multimedia artist Alexander James to talk art and identity in the Digital Age and find out more about his latest body of work, Sharper Than Razor Blades.   In a time where digitisation plays

A while back I was invited to Switzerland. Basel to be exact. The reason? To attend the innovative music event ON in Basel’s internationally renowned art museum, taking place during the famous Art Basel art

1883 Arts Editor meets Edward Quist aka Embryoroom for a second interview to discuss his collaboration with Derek Gruen and his new film, Triode Kuvaputki, a fitting tribute to late Pan Sonic Mika Vainio and

A multidisciplinary artist based in New York, Edward Paul Quist aka Embryoroom combines experimental music, sound design and motion graphics to create radical art that defies easy categorisation. 1883 meets the artist to discuss his

1883 caught up with the artist behind the mind-blowing album cover of 2011 Coldplay's smash hit, Mylo Xyloto. What is it that makes analbum a greatalbum? The music, of course, but let's be frank, even the cover needs to electrifythe audience's

Best known to the public for his cunningly provocative photos, David LaChapellehas left behind the glitz of fashion to focus onfine art. 1883 caught up with the man himself to know more about his new begin Ever

Long-time standing New York Magazine art critic and Pulitzer Prize-winner Jerry Saltz shares his personal views on art and criticism with 1883 Magazine arts editor. Finding one's voice can be hard, and in the uncertain journey

With the Elizabeth line due to open in December, the Whitechapel Gallery teams up with Crossrail to present Art Capital. The exhibition – curated by gallery director Iwona Blazwick – brings together nine renowned artists' preparatory

1883 arts editor sits down for a chat with Milanese duo Urbansolid to discuss their 3D installations taking over east London. In a world gripped by fear and paranoia, art can't but be political,

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