5 Instagram artists to follow

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Peter Hujar: 'Self-portrait', 1966 FAD magazine

You can’t put it all on Instagram’s increasingly central artistic medium because it’s censored. More specifically, any photographic image of genitals, bare buttocks or bare female breasts is prohibited. The fact that it’s art isn’t meant to make a difference, which has caused some annoyance.

Instagram has become the default way for artists to present themselves online. Most of the time it’s about showing new work, how it comes about, inspirations, recommendations – it can all be interesting. But some go further: their Instagram account becomes, in effect, the platform for the creation of new works, perhaps the opposite of the work for which they are best known. Here are four artists whose publications I look forward to from this less usual angle.

FAD MAGAZINE Antony Gormley, QUANTUM CLOUD Greenwich Peninsula (credit Emily Lovell)

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