Interview

Q. What is art for? A. To tell us where we are.

Paolo Uccello, Niccolò Mauruzi da Tolentino at the Battle of San Romano, 1438–40, egg tempera with walnut oil and linseed oil on poplar, 1.8 × 3.2 m. Courtesy: National Gallery, London
Q: What are you reading? A: About what money can’t buy
Jacqueline de Jong, rue de Charonne, Paris, 1965. Courtesy: the artist; photographer unknown

From the banal to the brutal to the beautiful, the work of the Dutch artist is a reminder to never stop being disobedient

Q. What could you imagine doing if you didn’t do what you do? A. Being a charismatic leader.

Q. What should change? A. Everything. Q. What should stay the same? A. Everything

Q. What do you wish you knew? A. There are so many things

Barend Servet, 1973, production still. Courtesy: NOB-AVAC photo archive

Wim T. Schippers on his long and diverse career

Star Industrial Co., Ltd., Red A Plastic Crystal lamp fixture, no. 1616, designed c.1970. Courtesy: M+, Hong Kong

An interview with Aric Chen, M+ curator of architecture and design, about his plans for the collection and revisiting historical global narratives

Q. What should stay the same? A. Love.

The second of three articles exploring art, class and precarity: an interview with writer and sociologist Didier Eribon

An activist as well as an artist, Navjot Altaf talks about why political struggle is a process, not an event

Father and son duo Yoshi and Tashi Wada talk Fluxus, Hindustani singing and home-made instruments

Video

Design Matters - 20 Jul 2017

In the second of a new six-part film series, Design Matters, Barber & Osgerby talk about how the role of function informs their designs

19 Jul 2017

Premiering during Frieze London in October, BMW Open Work is a joint creative endeavour with Frieze. The two brands will be bringing together art and technology in pioneering multi-platform formats