A new exhibition at London’s Wellcome Collection shows us why we should advocate for and defend the importance of ‘play’ – for our mental health as well as creativity

By Hettie Judah

The post-minimalist based her abstractions on one predicament - ‘I don’t know where I come from and I don’t know where I’m going’

By ​Kojo Abudu

At Nova Contemporary, Bangkok, the artist draws on ancient ritual to intervene in current Cambodian politics

By Max Crosbie-Jones

At Berlin’s KW Institute, Chicago Imagism, corporeal feminism and bondage scenarios

By Chloe Stead

Sean Burns reviews Birmingham’s live art biennale

By Sean Burns

The artist’s first major UK retrospective reveals the claustrophobic emptiness of the paintings from his key decade

By Paul Carey-Kent

At the Royal Court, four new plays by the UK’s boldest dramatist ask urgent questions about the uses and abuses of language

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

Or are they destined to succumb to fantasy, nostalgia and divisive stereotypes?

By Cleo Roberts

The artist looks to the life of Marcus Garvey, founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association, to foster a kind of kinship you can literally hold

By Rianna Jade Parker

An exhibition aims to give voice to the ‘fallen women’ at the heart of the Victorian brotherhood

By Chloë Ashby

This year’s edition of the French biennale asks how biological and economic developments inform one another

By Helena Julian

Riley’s paintings make a strong case for embodied encounters with art: glorious advocates for the gallery space itself

By Hettie Judah


12 Nov 2019

‘I try to break my own rules‘

11 Nov 2019

One of the most influential figures of British conceptual art, Michael Craig-Martin speaks about his artistic career at Frieze Masters Talks 2019

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