Can artists afford to log off FB?
Artists against Facebook
The poet talks self publishing and social media
The Chris Kraus Column
On the role of peers in sustaining an artist's legacy
Jo goes West
The stylist and sculpter working at the intersection of hair and culture
The photographer and dancer Kia LaBeija talks to writer and author Fariha Róisín on life in Trump's America as a HIV-positive woman of colour, how she joined one of New York’s storied voguing ‘houses’ and the problematic readings between her politics and personal life.
The linguistics of trolling
Writer, editor and author Natasha Stagg considers the linguistics of digital trolling.
I’m a painter, that what I do
Turner Prize-winning artist Lubaina Himid discusses political strategies and the importance of remaining true to yourself ahead of her solo exhibition “Our Kisses are Petals” at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art
From dead to alive
A new exhibition exploring pain, pleasure and death has brought Sophie Calle back into the spotlight. Here, she speaks with our Editor in Chief Grace Banks about mistaken identities, taxidermy and tombs
He’s couture’s best-kept secret—the man behind the soundtracks for some of fashion’s most ambitious catwalks, who shares mixes with Karl Lagerfeld and pokes fun at the fashion industry from his 280k-followed Instagram. But who is Michel Gaubert?