Art

While he might be best known for winning the 2004 Turner Prize, and representing Britain at the Venice Biennale in 2013, you’re more likely to find Jeremy Deller reenacting a miner’s strike in a remote, sodden field than exhibiting on the walls of a blue-chip Mayfair gallery....

The Fondation Maeght is perched on the top of a hill in a thickly wooded forest outside the medieval Provençal town of Saint-Paul-de-Vence, and unless you’re one of the lucky few on holiday at one of the luxury hotels dotted nearby, visiting involves a bus ride from...

Over nearly three decades, Dries Van Noten has earned a reputation as fashion’s master of bold, playful print. So while the scrawled, abstract patterns of his A/W18 collection might appear to be business as usual – think swirling palm fronds and Catherine wheels streaked with...

Breaking out of Madrid in explosive style, a new creative breed is injecting the capital's art scene with power, politics and a dash of perversity. Selected pages: For the spring issue of Dazed, we profiled a new class of Madrid creatives invigorating the capital’s...

I was first due to talk to Eddie Peake on the day after his opening, until a bad case of flu saw him bed-bound for five days. It’s a strangely appropriate reminder that even the most outré performance artist is human too: fallible, vulnerable, subject...

According to American Vogue stylist Polly Mellen, the arrival of a snake on set was an unexpected turn of events. “We were in Los Angeles, and the shoot had already started. We were just doing fashion pictures,” she recalls in the 2001 documentary In Vogue:...

As the paradigmatic tortured artist, Amedeo Modigliani’s biography is now legendary. An alcoholic, drug addict and rampant womaniser, his early death by tuberculosis at 35 ended a turbulent life that feels strangely at odds with the elegance and serenity of his sculptural portraits and nudes. The enfant...

With its eclectic programme of opera, art, architecture and design, the London-based KT Wong Foundation has been bridging the creative landscapes of Britain and China since 2007, establishing itself as a cultural force. But according to its founder, Lady Linda Wong Davies (see W*163), the initial...

DAVID BAILEY: Who are you then? You look about 12 years old. What are you here to ask me about? LIAM HESS: I wanted to ask you about growing up in the East End, and how it’s changed over the past few decades. Do you mind...

Disguised in a wig and sunglasses, the artist Jo Brocklehurst went undercover to draw some of the larger-than-life figures of London’s nightlife at fetish clubs and punk gigs. But her extraordinary body of work – including portraits of everyone from Boy George to Billy Idol...