Kadish Morris

A new book and exhibition celebrates contemporary Black photographers working across art and fashion

By Kadish Morris

A pink octopus, guerrilla projections, a bloody ‘die-in’ – what the environmental pressure group gets right about visual communication

By Kadish Morris

From dub nightclubs to police brutality, the artist’s new commission at Brixton Station captures the African-Caribbean experience in London

By Kadish Morris

From day-long raves to queer events, how photographers such as Wolfgang Tillmans captured the city’s nightlife

By Kadish Morris

The Kenyan-American artist’s bronze caryatids occupy the museum’s empty niches which have lain bare for 117 years

By Kadish Morris

The creator of otherworldly cover art has died aged 69

By Kadish Morris

Marwan Bassiouni’s photographs feature Dutch landscapes framed by Islamic motifs, patterned walls and prayer rugs

By Kadish Morris

Working across art, design and architecture, the trio make community-focused work that aims to have a long-term impact on an area and its inhabitants

By Kadish Morris

Extinction Rebellion are calling for the event to be replaced with a ‘people’s assembly’ to declare a climate emergency

By Kadish Morris

In Rezaire’s work, prehistoric West African landmarks stand for enigmas of the past and future

By Kadish Morris

The historic image was taken by Tyler Mitchell — the first African-American to shoot the cover of Vogue  

By Kadish Morris

An exhibition at the Met, New York, displays the renowned architect’s designs for interiors

By Kadish Morris