We sat down with Donna McKevitt to talk new music, the importance of place, and what we can do to tackle sexism in the arts.
There are moments of brilliance and moments of desperation in this experimental group exhibition.
We had a chat with illustrator Venus Libido about relatability, community, and body image.
Women artists are subverting the male gaze and taking back the power in this vibrant, vital exhibition.
The Tung team have gathered the week's best content so you don't have to.
We caught up with the creator of multi-disciplinary showcase CRXSS PLATFXRM to talk curation and cross-pollination.
Take a look at the pieces we've loved writing, and we hope you've loved reading.
We caught up with the multi-disciplinary artist to talk projects, places, and politics.
Our second instalment comes from Guinness World Record Breaker and writer of The Drifter Chronicles series.
We spoke to Karen about her process, her studio practices and the textile medium.
This exhibition at Mother London might have been an unholy crush, but it was still a breath of fresh air.
‘Boom For Real’ is a loud and massive celebration of a life that was short, but certainly not wasted
We caught up with Touria El Glaoui, founder of the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair, ahead of their fifth London edition this week.
Meet Amy Isles Freeman: feminist, woodwork artist and radio presenter.
Head to Jack Bell Gallery for a brief respite from the artist emptiness of August.
Not content with a recent opinion piece in The Guardian, Junior Editor Sarah Margetson weighs in on elitism in the art world.
We caught up with artist, cartoonist, writer & prolific tweeter Moose Allain
The Tung's Jacob Montague reviews Tate Modern's Fahrelnissa Zeid retrospective.
We caught up with AV artist Mira Calix ahead of her headline set at Splice Festival.
The guys behind music podcast Phone Call From God give us the lowdown.
We met with Marina Blake and Saul Rohr to talk Brainchild, Platform, and the value of community.
Skarstedt's new exhibition 'Double Take' deals with the theme of Appropriation.
The Tung reviews Urs Fischer's The Kiss, and makes a timid attempt at collaborative art.
In the first of a series, The Tung contributor Arthur Laidlaw reviews Anselm Kiefer at the White Cube and getting out of his studio.
The Tung reviews 'ZIGZAG: Ecriture 1983 - 1992' an exhibition of the art of Park Seo-Bo at White Cube.
The Tung braved Sunday at the Tate Modern so you don't have to - read the review to find out what we thought of the current Rauschenberg retrospective.