Martin Creed: Still an angry artist

The Turner Prize winner's new exhibition, which reflects his often angry reaction to politics, is set in the carefully manicured gallery Hauser and Wirth, in Somerset

The art of infertility

As artist Stuart Semple raises awareness of female egg donation and the problems of conceiving with artworks on display across the country, Matilda Battersby looks at the history of art and infertility, as opposed to the images of pregnant bellies that are everywhere in art

Sharing bad tattoos with renowned artist Scott Campbell

For one of the most famous tattoo artists in the world (his ink adorns the skin of Robert Downey Jr., Courtney Love, Orlando Bloom, Marc Jacobs and more), Scott Campbell’s studio - just a couple of blocks from L.A.’s Skid Row - is pretty humble. It’s not all polished surfaces and expensive fittings, just simple concrete, scattered artworks and Jenga-like stacks of art books on Dada and Picabia. An artwork based on a crumpled dollar bill hangs on the wall and a dope plant sits by the window overlooking the industrial landscape of L.A.’s Arts District. Tattooing may be exploding on Instagram and attracting more and more celebrities, but for Scott it remains a resolutely blue collar practice.

Iranian cartoonist opens up about her captivity

In her first interview to Western media since winning her release, Atena Farghadani talks about the horrific conditions behind bars in Iran and how she plans to continue producing political art, even if that means going to prison again

Samantha Morton interview

The actress has written a short film for new exhibition Daydreaming with Stanley Kubrick at Somerset House