At this year’s Wysing Polyphonic, sonic explorations of cultural hybridity coincided with an expanded extra-musical programme – but to what end?

By Paul Rekret

With violence on the rise against Nigerians and other foreign nationals, artists are struggling to find ways to respond

By Sean O'Toole

Should we be enjoying ourselves as the world goes to hell in a handcart?

By Jörg Heiser

‘Surge’ finds uneasy resonances between the 1981 New Cross fire and more recent tragedies

By Marek Sullivan
Frank Howling, Barticaborn I, l 967, acrylic paint, spray paint and oil wax on canvas234 × 122 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Lowinger Family Collection Frank Howling

Motion and migration in the paintings of Frank Bowling

By Negar Azimi

In a new collection, the author of ‘Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema’ updates her approach to feminism and psychoanalysis 

By Erika Balsom

Drawing on raw archival footage from 1930, Ukrainian director Sergei Loznitsa highlights the drama of dubious truths

By Sierra Pettengill

In spite of being one of London’s oldest artist-run spaces, its spirit remains young

By Tabitha Steinberg

The results, which veer from the weird to the outright racist, draw attention to the bias of machine learning

By Orit Gat

The BFI’s new boxset highlights the important part women played in establishing cinema as an artistic medium 

By Juliet Jacques

From the recent opening of the Villa Cerruti to Charleston’s new gallery, idiosyncratic museums and collections are flourishing

By Rosanna McLaughlin

Flavia Frigeri discusses a very Roman take on modernism

By Flavia Frigeri


14 Oct 2019

'I am interested in considering the garden as a site at the intersection between creation and destruction'

09 Oct 2019

Watch artist Mark Bradford in conversation with Hans-Ulrich Obrist at Frieze Masters 2019

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