Monique Jenkinson

How artists create through times of suffering

An new anthology of interviews and artworks, End Of Nowhere, examines how creative people go about making things amidst suffering and strange times, including interviews with punk legend Lydia Lunch, Wu Tang Clan and Tribe Called Quest producer Sophia Chang, and writer and environmentalist Dean Kuipers.

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KV Duong

KV Duong uses painting and performance to explore ideas of cultural and sexual identity.

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Alex Israel

We sat down with LA based artist Alex Israel inside his new show "Always On My Mind" at the Gagosian in London.

Julie Cope's Grand Tour

Grayson Perry

We met with potter, painter and tapestry maker Grayson Perry in his London studio to hear how his worked changed from 2005-2015. The artist explained his journey from art to television and why he chooses to work with clay and weaving.

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Ania Hobson

Portrait artist Ania Hobson is gaining all the plaudits for her work, leading most notably to her winning the Young Artist BP Portrait Award last year. With a degree in fine art, as well as having studied Portraiture at the Florence Academy of Art and at the Princes Drawing School, there’s no limit to what Hobson can achieve.

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David Bailey

Arguably the greatest living portrait photographer, David Bailey shot to glittering notoriety in the 60s, snapping the likes of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Mick Jagger, Andy Warhol and Michael Caine. Our Jake sat down with David in his studio and we filmed it, which begs the question: why haven’t you clicked ‘play’ yet?