Photograph by David Taggart Jeff Koons is the world's most expensive living artist, creating works that reflect modern life in their interplay with kitsch, materials and art history. Koons chats to…

Although Jeff Koons has had a profound impact on contemporary art and remains one of the world's most influential artists, recent data supports a strong decline in his market, reflecting the tastes…

Rashid Johnson in the studio with a work from his series Anxious Red Paintings. Photograph by Sheree Hovsepian Rashid Johnson is a cult superstar among contemporary artists, inexorably leading the…

Installation view of A History Untold curated by Lisa Anderson at Signature African Art London. Photo © Mora Ltd Lisa Anderson is an independent curator and the founder of the Instagram account…

Iranian artist Arghavan Khosravi In our ongoing online series, renowned art consultant Maria-Theresia Mathisen profiles rising contemporary artists to watch in 2021. Here, she speaks to New…

Antony Micallef in his London home turned studio. Photograph by Maryam Eisler British artist Antony Micallef's practice blurs the boundaries between painting and sculpture. His textural artworks…

Artist Clara Hastrup in her studio at the Royal Academy of Arts in London Danish artist Clara Hastrup graduated from the Royal Academy of Arts in 2020, and is one of the selected artists in this…

Sofia Mitsola (Portrait). Courtesy of the artist and Pilar Corrias, London. Photo: Mark Blower. In our new online series, renowned art consultant Maria-Theresia Pongracz profiles rising…

Yayoi Kusama portrait with La Grande Dame x Yayoi Kusama Limited Edition © Yayoi Kusama Contemporary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama's artistic impressions of Veuve Clicquot's new vintage La Grande…

Installation view of Looking Up, Helaine Blumenfeld's exhibition at Canary Wharf 2020. Photo © Sean Pollock Helaine Blumenfeld OBE is best known for her large-scale public sculptures whose…

Aquajenne in Paradise II Elevator Girls (1996) by Miwa Yanagi. Courtesy Deutsche Bank Collection At the heart of Deutsche Bank’s worldwide art programme is one of the most interesting and diverse…

Marc Quinn in his studio with his work Viral Painting. A Man Tapes Himself to the Colorado Soldiers Monument, Artnet (2020) From his sculpture for Trafalgar Square's fourth plinth to his recent…

Orange peeled with glassware. Image by Patrice de Villiers In this series of interviews conducted in partnership with Gaggenau, LUX speaks to four artists, who are seeking to alter our…

Conrad Shawcross’s sculpture Bicameral at the pedestrian entrance to Chelsea Barracks. Chelsea Barracks has already established itself as one of the most desirable places to live in London. Its…

L’Arbre aux tourmalines (1976) by Jean Vendome © MNHN/F. Farges. The heritage of Parisian jeweller Van Cleef & Arpels is being honoured by an exhibition at the Muséum National d’Histoire…

Photogenic Painting, Untitled 75/31, Barbara Kasten. Copyright & courtesy the artist Barbara Kasten is one of the most intriguing and influential photographic artists of the past 50 years. Born…

One of the participating artist's in the process of sculpting marble at the inaugural edition of Jeddah’s Red Sea Sculpture Symposium Saudi Arabia is working hard to rediscover its cultural…

Gaggenau's new combi-steam ovens 400 and 200 series Last week, LUX attended the launch of Gaggenau's new combi-steam ovens, presented alongside underwater artworks by artist Jason deCaires Taylor…

Building Bridges (at the Venice Biennale 2019) by Lorenzo Quinn Italian artist Lorenzo Quinn has been commissioned to create artworks for the likes of the Vatican, the State of Qatar, and the…

Italian design studio Draga & Aurel's 'Mimetic Dialogues' took inspiration from the Alpine setting of St. Moritz Earlier this month, the invitation-only design fair NOMAD returned to St.…

Picasso and ceramic (owl) by David Douglas Duncan (Spring 1957), Villa La Californie, Cannes © David Douglas Duncan © Succession Picasso/DACS, London 2019. Courtesy the estate David Douglas…

Still from Don't Cross the Bridge Before You Get to the River (2008), a film by Francis Alÿs. Photo Roberto Rubalcava This year, Francis Alÿs becomes the seventh artist to receive the Whitechapel…

French artist Richard Orlinski is known for his large-scale vibrant sculptures The contemporary art world might turn up its nose at Richard Orlinski's Disney collaborations, but the French artist…

Installation view of Betye Saar: Call and Response, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art © Betye Saar, photo © Museum Associates/ LACMA Following a major exhibition at MoMA at the end of…

A sculpture by LouLou Siem installed in Gaggenau's Mayfair showroom Last Wednesday evening the doors of Gaggenau's Mayfair showroom were locked for a private party hosted by LUX with an exclusive…

A pregnant woman wishing her child to be beautiful must look at beautiful objects by artist LouLou Siem Young British artist LouLou Siem's latest solo exhibition entitled A pregnant woman wishing…

'Charline & Blanche' (2019), by Viviane Sassen Dutch artist Viviane Sassen is known for her visceral portrayals of the human form in all its beauty and frailty. Maisie Skidmore meets the…

French artist Richard Orlinski with two of his T-Rex sculptures French artist Richard Orlinski is known for his bold, pop-art sculptures, which have appeared at French Grand Prix and on the…

'Atelier' (2014). Thomas Demand. German photographer Thomas Demand has become celebrated for his compelling, sometimes shocking, abstract recreations of the everyday. He talks to Anna…

'that pause of space' (2019), Edmund de Waal, on view in the North Hall, © Edmund de Waal. Courtesy the artist and The Frick Collection; photo: Christopher Burke Edmund de Waal is known as a…

Ricardo Guadalupe (left) with Richard Orlinski and one of his 'Wild Kong' sculptures Luxury Swiss watchmaker Hublot is letting artists design their timepieces, and their customers and collectors…

Philip and Charlotte Colbert in their fried-egg suits designed by Philip In a warehouse in east London, Philip and Charlotte Colbert are creating a world of Pop art and sculpture that is putting…

One of Rachel Whiteread’s so-called shy sculptures, 'Cabin' (2016), on Governors Island in New York, her first major permanent public commission in the United States Rachel Whiteread, winner of…

Artist Philip Colbert in his studio London-based contemporary artist Philip Colbert works within the self-defined movement of 'Neo Pop Surrealism'. His distinctive, wildly vibrant aesthetic…

"Women of Venice (Femmes de Venise)", 1956. Alberto Giacometti. Fondation Giacometti, Paris © Succession Alberto Giacometti, VEGAP, Bilbao, 2018 Alberto Giacometti, 1951. Photograph by Gordon…

Sassan Behnam-Bakhtiar's sculptures stand alongside Jean Cocteau's murals in Villa Santo Sospir Last week saw the private view and opening of French-Iranian artist Sassan Behnam-Bakhtiar's latest…

Sassan Behnam-Bakhtiar's latest exhibition responds to the work of French polymath Jean Cocteau. Virginia Blackburn travels to the Cote d’Azur to meet the artist and his muse “The sea,”…

“Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon,” 2017. Exhibition View: New Museum. Photo: Maris Hutchinson / EPW Studio The New Museum is well known for its radical programme of exhibitions…

Ruinart 12 months Vineyard Shadows by Hubert Le Gall Ruinart has long been a supporter of contemporary arts. Since 1896, the champagne house has commissioned renowned artists to present their own…

Luxury kitchen appliance brand, Gaggenau, gets creative with Brazilian-born artist, Mayra Sérgio, to host an exhibition, ‘Sensorial Shelter’, in their Grade II listed building on London’s…

Peterson Kamwathi, Medical Establishment-from the Sitting Allowance series, 2009, Courtesy of The Heong Gallery Robert Devereux, former partner of the Virgin empire, served as chairman of the board…

The Three Magic Flowers Of Jitchu, Kagami Lake, Todai Ji Temple in Nara, Japan by Nadim Karam Born in Senegal, and raised in Lebanon, Nadim Karam is an architect, painter, sculptor, writer and…