© Benjamin Huseby

© Benjamin Huseby

Why is there no criticism in fashion?

 Jean-Michel Basquiat at Area, New York (1994)

Jean-Michel Basquiat at Area, New York (1994)

Von Klaus Speidel

 Lena Henke The other object (self-portrait yellow)  (2018) Silkscreen on aluminium 180 x 120 cm

An interview with the artist as she puts the finishing touches to her solo exhibition "THEMOVE", opening at Galerie Emanuel Layr in Vienna on 14 May, 2018

By Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

 Lara Schnittger, SUFFRAGETTE CITY

Lara Schnitger, SUFFRAGETTE CITY

For Frieze New York Spike columnist Dean Kissick didn't look at any art. Instead he drank with strangers to gauge the mood of the city.

 Symonds Pearmain; Haute Militaire, AW 2017; The Horse Hospital, London

Symonds Pearmain; Haute Militaire, AW 2017; The Horse Hospital, London

The contemporary has ousted the timeless in art today. Fashion, by contrast, has always operated in a different, tighter bond with the timely, anticipating the next season, channeling the zeitgeist.

 BMW Art Car by Andy Warhol in Paris © BMW AG

BMW Art Car by Andy Warhol in Paris
© BMW AG

Ein Interview mit Thomas Girst, Leiter des BMW-Kulturengagements und Europas "Kulturmanager des Jahres 2016"

An interview with Margaret Burton, an ex-artist who found her way into the fringes of fashion to criticise the industry from within. By Ché Zara Blomfield

With DJ Lily McMenamy, special drink "Charles Jourdan" and sausages at Spike Berlin / 21 April, 2018