Opinion

In our era of easy outrage, the first statue of a woman in Parliament Square is a timely celebration of unwavering belief

Despite the departure of culture minister Dario Franceschini, who championed foreign talent, hope remains for the country’s famed art institutions

At once whimsical and practical, the international art collective offers a cheery antidote to today’s hyper-efficiencies

At the Courtisane Film Festival, Ghent, Mónica Savirón and María Palacios Cruz's programme of works by neglected women artists

‘I could be the President of the United States, and still half the people in the room would question my authority’

The argument that ancestral connection offers a natural grasp of the complex histories and aesthetics of African art is profoundly misguided

A genre more associated with painting, an interest in the environment grounds a number of recent artists’ films 

A new report suggests that women, people from working-class backgrounds and BAME workers all face significant exclusion

As the Man Booker Prize debates whether to nix US writers, the ‘homogenized future’ some novelists fear for British literature is already here

‘Very often, the answer to why not would be: because you’re a girl’ – for this series, writer Fran Lebowitz speaks about her experience in the

A show of South Asian art and its links to the UK at the Whitworth reminds us of a brief but important moment of British camaraderie

This year’s edition of the acclaimed documentary film festival showcased an impressive combination of social realism and artistic manipulation

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With a new painting show opening at Blain | Southern, Berlin, the artist speaks of revisiting personal history and pulling memory into the present

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The photographer presents a new body of work at Blain | Southern, Berlin, portraying Cuban girls on their 15th birthday as a metaphor for the country as a whole

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