Opinion

Once dubbed ‘the world’s factory floor’, Shenzhen has re-invented itself as a centre of innovation 

How documentary filmmakers are experimenting with historical narratives to better understand the present

The limits of multidisciplinarity: from Adrian Piper to the 10th Berlin Biennale

The intertwined imaginations of Anthony Powell and Nicolas Poussin

Learning to appreciate the laws of perspective

Paul Thomas Anderson's latest film is both gorgeous and troubling in equal measure

The question at the heart of Manchester Art Gallery’s artwork removal: what are the risks when cultural programming takes up an activist mantle?

The Dutch museum’s decision to remove a bust of its namesake is part of a wider reconsideration of colonial histories, not without its detractors

At New York’s Metrograph, a diverse film programme addresses a ‘central problem’ of feminist filmmaking

Reopening after a two-year hiatus, London’s brutalist landmark is more than a match for the photographer’s blockbuster capitalist realism

What the Google Arts & Culture app tells us about our selfie obsession

At a time of #metoo fearlessness, a collection of female critics interrogate their own fandom for music’s most celebrated sexists

Video

Sponsored Content - 22 Feb 2018

With his show at Simon Lee gallery opening this evening, the legendary Italian artist, and one of the key figures in the arte povera movement, discusses the solace of creativity, reflecting self in society and searching for the ‘third paradise’ of connecting difference

Sponsored Content - 22 Jan 2018

With the sad news of the passing of Jack Whitten, revisiting a trip we made to artist's studio last year