From Richard Wentworth to Gavin Turk, the pioneering male artists changing the medium

Bethan Ryder, The Telegraph, October 15, 2017

It’s surprising that Robert Montgomery didn’t end up in the fashion business, so dedicated was his teenage self to the art of dressing-up. "I used to go dressed as a Victorian, like Oscar Wilde, in a double-breasted suit, a cravat, velvet cape and black-and-white shoes, to my local high school in Glasgow," he recalls,  considerably less flamboyant today. "I’ve always thought  of clothes as a democratic art form and a way to express yourself."