Waiting with Wilson Oryema

Port partners with Closed for a series of stories profiling poets who are encouraging social change through their work

Omitted Subject

Port discovers the immersive work of Cuban artist Yoan Capote in Tuscany

Charles Zana: Think About the Future

Celebrated architect Charles Zana talks to JP Pryor about the power of multi-disciplinary creativity, and the need for collective action in the contemporary paradigm

Chance Encounters

The LOEWE FOUNDATION presents work by artists Hilary Lloyd and Ewen Henderson at Art Basel Miami

Tools of the Trade

Garry Jones honours the memory of his grandfather with a stripped back photo series of his tools

Theatre of the Ballenesque

Thomas Bolger travels to Brussels to immerse himself in Roger Ballen’s deep, dark world

Greco Disco

Port and Oliver Peoples meet with artist and designer Luke Edward Hall to discuss interior design, historical influences and the magic of Italy

Desire

Fifty years on, photographer Lloyd Ziff reflects on his heady art school days with Robert Mapplethorpe and Patti Smith in a new, limited-edition book

Go with the Flow

Yigit Tuna talks to digital artist Tyler Spangler about his Instagram-age illustrations

Jewelled Wit

Artemis Fontana’s new show highlights humorous artworks at the crossroads between jewellery, installation and sculpture

Deep Breaths

JP Pryor talks to artist Jeppe Hein about his travelling art activation Breathe With Me, overcoming an emotional breakdown and why art is therapy

This is Not America

Port travels to Bogotá for the international art fair ARTBO, selecting the best work from Latin America

Printed in North Korea

Nicholas Bonner, author of Printed in North Korea: The Art of Everyday Life in the DPRK, discusses the surprising visual culture of North Korea’s lino-cut prints    

Garçon Style

In a foreword to the new book Garçon Style by award-winning photographer Jonathan Daniel Pryce, Sir Paul Smith explains why photography and fashion have always gone hand in hand for him

RongRong’s Diary

Oliver Eglin examines a new book on the subversive Chinese photographer RongRong, a frequent collaborator in the radical artistic community Beijing East Village

The Naked Truth

Ceramic artist Eliza Hopewell discusses the importance of being naked, subverting the male gaze and the need for honesty on social media