Yhonnie Scarce uses glass as a political tool, revealing pivotal moments in Australian history. As an Aboriginal artist, family and heritage are central to Scarce’s work.
Johnny Flynn, artistic polymath and true Renaissance man, wandered the Sacred Forest and explored the oldest piece of literature to find inspiration for his fifth album, Lost in the Cedar Wood.
A little bit rock, a little bit indie, lots and lots of smashed expectations. Sixteen years, five albums and countless successes later, California-based band Delta Spirit charges forward.
Italian duo Giovanna Bianco and Pino Valente, better known as Bianco-Valente, have documented anthropological aspects through the relationship between body and mind since 1994.
The art of collage is the centre of Gibb Slife’s practice. He challenges what might be perceived as ordinary or mundane.
Born in Philadelphia in 1950, Steve McCurry is one of the most important photojournalists of the last fifty years.
We all know that feeling when we’re watching someone talk about something they’re passionate about: their hobbies, hopes and dreams. Whether that’s someone close to
The COVID-19 pandemic has been tumultuous and anxiety-ridden for the creative world. But for British artist Clare Woods, it’s proven to be an extraordinary catalyst.
For his first solo exhibition in Italy, Alexandre da Cunha’s ‘Arena’ opened at Thomas Dane Gallery’s outpost in Napoli.
FRONTRUNNER’S Winter 2021 Cover Feature: Oscar-Winning Actress and Producer Octavia Spencer, in her own words.
For our Fall 2020 cover feature, FRONTRUNNER presents an exclusive interview with Adrien Brody, and exclusive photography by Chad Moore.
FRONTRUNNER speaks to the creators of the Netflix series ‘Sunderland Till I Die’, revealing the trials and woes of the English football club.
FRONTRUNNER gets a closer look at Us Kids, a documentary following the survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre.
FRONTRUNNER shares a one-on-one with Scottish actor/musician Hans Matheson on life in the film industry and new frontiers into music-making.
She knew from a young age that good behavior and following social conventions are not her routes to success, which is why she went the
Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Kathleen gives poetry a heartbeat. Her sophomore EP Kathleen II pulls you in with folk guitar chords and melancholy melodies.
London-based singer Raissa talks about her latest EP HEROGIRL, inclusivity, and the importance of traveling in building her process.
When trying to find the words to describe Terra Lightfoot, the best word I can think of is “badass”. In a world where we don’t
Do you ever feel like life is a movie and we’re all just trying to find the perfect song for the important moments? Khai Dreams’
British singer/songwriter Samm Henshaw has one of those rich voices that reminds you of dessert.
Scottish musician and performer, Peter Cat debuts his LP, ‘The Saccharine Underground’ on the 6th of November. FRONTRUNNER was kindly given a listen of the
Taras W. Matla is the Associate Director of the University of Maryland (UMD) Art Gallery. He’s worked for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the J. Paul Getty Trust.
Zélika García is the Director and Founder of ZONAMACO, Latin America’s leading art fair in Mexico City.
Documenta und Museum Fridericianum gGmbH is known as Documenta. Director General Sabine Schormann has always been passionate about bringing people together.
ART The Snösätra Graffiti Wall of Fame is a good way to experience some contemporary art outside a gallery or museum. The Snösatra Graffiti Wall
Stockholm is a capital that caters to every kind of tourist, from backpackers to families. The city is easily one of the most child-friendly in
EXPLORING Wild swimming is very popular with locals, with designated spots across the city – and thanks to environmental measures in place since the 70s,
The seaside town resort of El Gouna, near Hurghada is a picturesque town built along the Red Sea shore. It has distinct architectural styles, adjoining
Jodie Niss is an artist and esteemed art teacher based in Brooklyn, New York. She first started teaching in 2006, and has recently set up
Thai artist Rattapoom Piwpantamit (Vern) moved from a small village in Thailand to the city (Bangkok) to pursue his art career. He talks of heart-wrenching
Romanian artist Carla Timoc, recently graduated from the University of Art and Design receiving a MA degree in Photography. Her work experiments with film format
Imagine: an independent, online/offline platform for contemporary art that emphasizes artists early in their careers. Kate Mothes never imagined her blog would turn into a
Miami based band, Pocket of Lollipops has been playing together for 11 years. Composed of Maite and Tony, the duo formed their band in high
VOICE OF THE PEOPLE
So, I’m guessing purple is your favorite color? What significance does the color purple have to you? It’s not my favorite color but I recently
What’s something you consider “cool” and how would you classify what cool is? Someone who’s outgoing, laid back, and a smooth talker Would you call
Can you tell me a little bit about your role as a farmer. What exactly do you do? Do you own land or animals? I
So as a matchmaker, how would you say one finds compatibility in someone else? I think it’s good to start with having a shared value
How does your fashion and style reflect who you are as an artist? I’m the founder of a clothing company called “Dress Abstract”, which is
What colors do you like to wear? I go to both extremes. I’m either super shiny like I’m dressed today. A lot of the times