David Choe's art career started with a bucktoothed whale spray-painted on walls around Los Angeles but today Choe's art has even hung in the White House.
As the dawn of Wimbledon is upon us again, we look at tennis as an allegory for our existence. When two people pitch themselves in a bid for victory it can mirror the highs and lows of our lives.
Renowned for his simple, wheel-thrown functional pottery influenced by Bernard Leach and the pared-back Japanese aesthetic of Shoji Hamada, Warren MacKenzie ploughed his own furrow and challenged the idea that art can’t be an everyday object.
In honor of Pride month we take a look at 10 influential 20th century artists whose work helped to fling open the doors of awareness for queer art.
Say the name Miles Davis and a trumpet comes to mind, but a chance meeting with a young artist would showcase the other side of his creativity - through Miles Davis's paintings.
Edward Hopper captured melancholic romance of city life like no other. His solitary depictions of city life have new relevance in the light of the pandemic.
From geometric Zuni motifs to Navajo squash blossoms, Southwest Native American jewelry offers a striking combination of elegant materials and artisanry.
Marrying Pop Art and Minimalism with a contemporary twist, Julian Opie’s work is recognisable whether in paint, metal or animation.
As the Beatles parted ways, Lennon gave peace a chance with a pen in an Amsterdam hotel. John Lennon's art remains as prized today as it was 50 years ago.
When Sir Winston Churchill wasn’t making history, he was making art. Read on to learn about Sir Winston Churchill's paintings.