When will the dots stop, Louis Vuitton?
Bags, billboards and Bella Hadid. The commodification of Yayoi Kusama.
The influential South African painter Marlene Dumas is famous for her portraits, but interestingly, she doesn’t see them as portraits at all.
How much do we really know about the dot-obsessed Japanese art icon?
What does recent progress in artificial intelligence mean for art and artists?
Painting in Public
American painter Walton Ford loved drawing animals as a kid and never stopped painting the wildlife he cherished.
After growing up during the Cultural Revolution in China, Zhang Xiaogang became internationally revered for his intimate portraits of Chinese history.
Cuban-American artist Félix González-Torres wanted to infiltrate the way people think and act – quietly but effectively.
Louise Bourgeois turned to art to make sense of her turbulent childhood. Her 80-year career has made a profound mark on 20th and 21st century art.
Butt plugs, Santa Claus & Paul McCarthy
"A joke, but serious."
Keith Haring made art first and foremost for the people.
Ayako Rokkaku, live
On November 23, Ayako Rokkaku painted for 8 hours in London. Rewatch the livestream from start to finish.
A true pioneer, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s fictional portraits have influenced the 21st century renaissance of the black figure in mainstream art.
For Lawrence Weiner, art should do three things: ask questions, communicate an idea, and be useful for people.
As one of the most celebrated painters alive, David Hockney remains dedicated to finding new ways to capture the enormity of the world around us.