Natasha Law

by Thursday, May 25, 2017

Natasha Law is best known for her painting and line drawings of women, which lie on the boundaries between art and fashion. Her illustrations evolve from simple line drawings in pen, with colour and detail added as layers, producing her own distinctive style. Since graduating from Camberwell College of Art, Natasha has remained in London, working ...

Isa Genzken

by Wednesday, May 24, 2017

With a career spanning four decades, Isa Genzken's works draw upon everyday material culture, including design, consumer goods, the media, architecture, and urban environments. Widely recognized for her significant, pioneering contribution to sculpture, Genzken's prodigious oeuvre also includes paintings, collages, drawings, films, and photographs, and frequently incorporates seemingly disparate materials and imagery to create characteristically complex, ...

Sarah Sze

by Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Sarah Sze tackles her most public and challenging installation to-date as she designs an immersive artwork for the Second Avenue Subway in New York City. “Subway stations are one of the most democratic places that you can find,” says Sze, who was one of four artists commissioned by MTA Arts & Design to create work ...

Jan Tschichold

by Saturday, May 20, 2017

The son of a sign painter, Tschichold trained as a calligrapher and designer at the Leipzig Academy of Graphic Arts and Book Production (1919–21) and then freelanced as a lettering artist and designer. The 1923 exhibition of the Bauhaus at Weimar introduced him to Modernist design, and he quickly joined the movement, rejecting traditional fonts ...