Let’s All Cry to Sampha Covering Solange’s “Cranes in the Sky”
The BBC Radio session from last week's Glastonbury has the London-born artist returning to 'A Seat at the Table,' which he contributed to last year.
Alex Robert Ross
These Extremely Satisfying Peel Paintings Are Every Trypophobe's Nightmare
Holton Rower spends hours layering paint and tearing it apart to create unique sculptures and paintings.
A New Magazine for Women Photographers Celebrates the Female Gaze
She Shoots Film is a new indie fine art magazine featuring film photography by women.
Expert Witness with Robert Christgau
American Teens, American Dreams: Robert Christgau on Khalid and Kevin Abstract
The Dean also takes on new records from Sampha and Kingdom.
From ‘Lemonade’ to ‘Process,’ Kahlil Joseph Reminds Us Why Artistic Visuals Matter
The masterful director doesn’t imagine which realities inform a musician's work. He shows them to us.
Sampha's Short Film "Process" Will Emotionally Destroy You
It's streaming now—or if you're in New York or London, you can attend special screenings over the next two weeks.
Artist Creates Absolutely Epic Geometric Drawings on Beaches Around the World
Jim Denevan wanders from beach to beach carving ephemeral illustrations that can only be appreciated from above.
Book Sculptor Kerry Miller Is Retiring, So Watch One of Her Masterpieces Come Alive
See how Miller puts together her mesmerizing cut parchment sculptures in a new video from Cantor Fine Art Gallery.
On His Debut Album 'Process,' Sampha Proves His Journey is Just Beginning
By letting go of himself completely, the singer, songwriter, and producer has connected with something greater.
Talking, Well, Everything with Sampha
Minnie Ripperton, Japanese food, Solange, break ups, in-flight rituals, Frank Ocean, Brexit, nicknames, and his upcoming album 'Process.'
I Chilled with an Artist Who Burns Old Works to Make New Ones
New York-based artist Greg Haberny's practice is on fire (literally).
Masha (Maria) Koblyakova
Sampha's Perfect Song
He's become a muse for some of music's biggest names, but for the quiet London singer, true stardom is the chance to make something real.