Honest and unfiltered, Johnnie Shand Kydd’s photographs of the YBAs on their trajectory to success in the 1990s take you back to a time before the art world made headlines and a smartphone app could plan your night out. Artimage speaks to the photographer to find out what makes these images so special.
A painting of a rare, tropical bird by Aubrey Williams (1926-90) has been licensed for the latest issue of Arty, a biannual, artist-run zine published by Transition Gallery.
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Hurvin Anderson’s deeply evocative paintings combine depictions of the lush landscape of the Caribbean with traces of its colonial past. Drawing on his Jamaican-British heritage, Anderson explores ideas of memory, identity and multiculturalism.
The ‘selfie’ may be synonymous with the 21st century and the age of the smartphone, however artists have been recreating their own image for centuries.
A landmark catalogue raisonné of legendary painter, Francis Bacon, is due out on 30 June 2016. Artimage talks to the editor, Martin Harrison, and The Estate of Francis Bacon, to find out more.