The performers of Pecs, a British drag collective of women and non-binary people, are proof that it feels good to be king.
From performances to sculptures, all of her pieces are linked together to tell the ebb and flow of immigration.
We met up with the Madrid-based artist and producer to find out about her upcoming EP—and to hear why she almost always performs naked.
Photographer Signe Pierce uses her body and photography to demonstrate how anything can be manipulated.
The artist spent the weekend buried below a busy Hobart street to make a statement about totalitarian violence. But now he’s out, we should consider why we needed to bury him in the first place.
The fearless artist was outspoken about issues like campus rape and domestic violence when they were still taboo.
Artists took to the streets of São Paulo to speak out against violence and racism directed at Brazil's black and non-white citizens.
The cops are hoping to get in touch with her to find out how the work was jacked in the first place.
Geumhyung Jeong’s bewitching performance about the female body and the boundaries between human and machine took on added eerie appeal in Tate Modern's Tanks.
The first incarnation of WITCH performed their inaugural action—a hex on Wall Street—on Halloween in 1968. Now a new generation of witches is taking up the mantle from the infamous provocateurs.