Host Ben Lewis travels to Tokyo to discover the theories behind the art of Takashi Murakami.
Host Ben Lewis examines the sculptures, photographs, drawings and videos of American artist Matthew Barney.
Gregor Schneider won the Golden Lion at the 2001 Venice Biennale by exhibiting his whole house in the German pavilion.
Host Ben Lewis meets French Conceptualist Sophie Calle whose works of art are governed by a set of rules that she must follow.
The confrontational works of Spanish artist Santiago Sierra aim to reveal corruption in globalization and the art world.
Maurizio Cattelan's works include a sculpture of the pope struck down by a meteorite.
Host Ben Lewis meets Belgian artist Wim Delvoye who is known for his shocking realism.
Ben hops between Paris, New York and Manchester, armed with French critic Nicholas Bourriaud's book 'Relational Aesthetics.'