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Illustrating heartbreak: the candid art of
Matt Dickson

By sharing the worst of his breakup via a series of stark portraits, Matt Dickson is shunning sheeny social media in favour of unapologetic authenticity

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The apocalyptic anxiety of
Thomson & Craighead’s
Party Booby Trap

In the midst of Trump-fuelled anxiety, Thomson and Craighead’s dread-mapping exhibition feels highly potent. We explore the genesis of the gloom

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Subverting stale, pale, male publishing with Orlando

We speak to Philomena Epps of ‘Orlando’, an ambitious culture zine aiming to provide something new to an already crowded publishing landscape

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Public Image:
A conversation
with veteran
photographer
Dennis Morris

We caught up with Dennis Morris to talk PiL, his new ICA exhibition and modern malaise

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Progressive Publishing:
Is This a Golden
Era for Female-Focused Zines?

Step into the world of Mushpit, Cuntry Living, Polyester and OOMK, where zine creators reclaim culture and identity from the grips of capitalism

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BabyFace work on their own terms

Claire Burman and Nellie Eden have set up an all-girl collective and creative agency, pulling focus on women who are excelling in their respective fields

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Maisie Cousins:
Raw Beauty

What is “feminist art”? Georgina Jones talks to the Tate-exhibited Maisie Cousins who’s informing how to feel our femininity with gross-out elegance

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Jimmy Cauty: Sustained Resistance

Legendary ex-KLF member Jimmy Cauty talks us through his enigmatic career and newest work depicting an all-too-familiar society turned on its head

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Ivars Gravlejs’ Photography Offers Mischief as a Lifeline

Latvian artist and all-round troublemaker Ivars Gravlejs talks to Augustin Macellari about institutional boredom and the subversive potential of vulgarity