News alert! Like The Avengers, we're joining a group of art-loving superheroes and I shotgun being The Incredible Hulk! The first instalment of our series looking at several iconic artists who broke the law and how their art benefitted from it.
Online patronage platforms are springing up like metaphorical fresh daisies in a field in spring - but can they truly provide sustainable income and support for artists? We take a look at the transition from traditional patronage models to the internet.
Kees Van Dongen was one of the most proficient, and sought after artists in Fauvist-era Paris. We take a look at his paintings beyond the exaggerated, googly-eyed depictions of his sitters - and see how his works chart changing fashions.
He tutored some the greatest painters of the 20th century, he was responsible for establishing The Parsons School of Design, and his powerful portrayals of women reside in the most renowned art museums of our time. And yet, you have probably never heard of him…until now.
What happens when contemporary milliners try to push the boundaries of their practice and produce art? We take a look at the quirky, beautiful and astonishing moments when art and headwear collide - and how history shaped their designs.
Amelia takes a look at the futuristic trickery of virtual reality (VR). With the stylish VR headset strapped to her giant face, she looks at the possibilities of it changing our art world. And watches a 3D fox blink at her.