Art Stories

Watch Will Cotton make a candy crown

The contemporary artist is one of many who've made videos with Phillips auction house to accompany our new book Open Studio Watch Will Cotton make a candy crown

The Flowers that dance to the seasons

Our new book Flower features a brilliant stop-motion work that celebrates the miracle of spring The Flowers that dance to the seasons

JR’s biggest exhibition ever is opening in London next month

The new show will cover the artist’s entire career, from the streets of Paris to political hotspots across the globe JR’s biggest exhibition ever is opening in London next month

The Flowers that haunted Yayoi Kusama

Our new book Flower features a highly prescient, early portrait of the world-famous Japanese artist The Flowers that haunted Yayoi Kusama

Marcel Dzama on Goya, Ghosts and his Artspace edition The illumination of the sisters of paradise

The Canadian artist discusses his early life, his experiences during the pandemic, and how they both fed into this beautiful new work Marcel Dzama on Goya, Ghosts and his Artspace edition The illumination of the sisters of paradise

David Netto helps Sotheby’s with its new Phaidon library

To mark the inauguration of a new library at Sotheby’s East Hampton, the interior designer discusses collecting with the auction house David Netto helps Sotheby’s with its new Phaidon library

The Flower that symbolised new life in Ancient Greece

Our new book Flower features an incredible trove of ancient ornaments, proving the reverence for floral forms stretches back millennia The Flower that symbolised new life in Ancient Greece

The folk art that changed Anni and Josef Albers

Our book Anni & Josef Albers includes an examination of the couple’s love of pre-Columbian art and its influence on them The folk art that changed Anni and Josef Albers

The Flowers frozen in time

Marc Quinn's high tech Garden of Eden is submerged in 25 tons of frozen silicon The Flowers frozen in time

The square paintings that established Anni and Josef Albers

Anni & Josef Albers, examines how a series of repetitive paintings went from object of ridicule to high society status symbol The square paintings that established Anni and Josef Albers

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