An interview discussing my art interests and my work with Art UK and the Art Matters podcast.
An interview with TRT World discussing the 2019 Turner Prize nominees.
An interview discussing the history of the camp aesthetic ahead of the 2019 Met Gala.
An interview with BBC World Update discussing the history of paint by number kits after the passing of Dan Robbins.
Art professionals answer questions about their working life, providing you with an insight into the many and diverse professions of the industry.
Art Matters is a brilliant little show, which like us here at Elephant, looks to use art and visual culture as a way of exploring issues in the wider world.
Esquire recruited art historian and creator of the Art Matters podcast, Ferren Gipson, art collector Nick Boyce, The Photography Gallery’s print sales director Gemma Barnett and actor Russell Tovey…
Nat and Corrie are joined by the lovely Ferren Gipson of the Art Matters Podcast to talk about Pop Star Lady Gaga.
Produced every two weeks by registered charity Art UK, the podcast is hosted by Ferren Gipson and deals with a range of important themes, often approached from unique and accessible angles.
A chat with Art UK’s Social Media Marketer Ferren Gipson, about the origins and aims of the project, making the art world more accessible, and how you can submit your own GIFs.
With social media offering new levels of exposure, voices in art criticism now belong to those once marginalized. Instead of white, middle-class males, it's young women or POC dismantling the old separation between art and so-called “lowbrow” culture.
According to Ferren, just a few days after the launch, Art UK’s inaugural group of GIFs had already collectively received around 1.1 million views via the GIF-sharing platform GIPHY, and submissions have been streaming in.