DJ and illustrator anu has announced plans to publish her own comic and art zine, 'I'm not busy, but I'm not free'.
According to her Instagram post, the publication will feature "a selection of weird and fun work, with running themes of music, club culture and general silliness".
A new exhibition by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller is opening this month.
The Prodigy frontman Maxim has teamed up with London artist Dan Pearce for a new music and art project.
Centering on the experience of lockdown during COVID-19, 'Hope' takes the form of 50 limited-edition sculptures, depicting a young boy - based on Pearce’s son Jackson - wearing a gas mask and preparing to pull the pin on a resin grenade. Containing a heart, it symbolises the vaccine and "the hope that will help us navigate our post-lockdown worlds."
Some of the past sculptures from Burning Man are on display in a new art complex.
Situated in Las Vegas, a new arts and entertainment complex, dubbed Area15, will not only provide a home for artwork made for previous editions of Burning Man festival, but will also house festival boutiques, and an installation in 2021 from Santa Fe art collective, Meow Wolf.
Michael Beneville, Area15 founder and a 10-year Burning Man veteran, spoke with Artnet News last week during a virtual tour, about bringing the innovative communal spirit of the festival to another venue.
There's a new record store in Sweden — but you'll have to be no bigger than a mouse to visit.
Installed by European art collective AnonyMouse in the town of Lund, Ricotta Records is a vinyl store dedicated to a different kind of digger.
There's records from the Spice Gerbils as well as Destiny's Cheese, and fan-created Amy Winemouse and Stilton John pocket-sized sleeve designs, alongside posters for Rats Against The Machine and Modest Mouse in concert.
Banksy has visited the capital again, and this time, he's encouraging the use of face-masks amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In a video posted to Banksy's Instagram account, the elusive graffiti artist shared footage of London Underground being deep cleaned, before posing as a worker and spray painting the interior of a London Underground tube train.
We the Youth: Keith Haring’s New York Nightlife is a new book by DJ and writer Dave Haslam, tackling the artist and activist’s relationship with New York after dark.
Documenting the music and clubs that filled Haring's nights out in the late '70s and '80s, the book also explores his queer activism and the impact of the mid-’80s AIDs epidemic on his art.
Touching on the graffiti artists and DJs that made an impression on his work, the book also documents Haring’s relationships with contemporaries Grace Jones, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Madonna and more.
An artist is creating beautiful images so you can visualise your favourite tracks.
Alex Szabo-Haslam is a Sheffield-based creative who manipulates soundwaves from music to create print-based visulations of songs.
London's Saatchi Gallery will host the first major exhibition on rave culture and acid house this summer.
Comprising art, audiovisual installations, photography and more, Sweet Harmony: Rave | Today will present "an immersive retrospective exhibition devoted to presenting a revolutionary survey of rave culture through the voices and lenses of those who experienced it." It runs at the Chelsea contemporary art gallery from 12th July to 14th September.