In an exclusive video interview, the author of Bad Feminist talks about black bodies, freedom and the gaze in Kara Walker’s ‘Christ’s Entry into Journalism’

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‘We receive very generous support from the Sackler family and we’re grateful for that,’ he told BBC Radio Four

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‘Should the exit be chaotic, it is hard to see global public opinion remaining buoyant,’ the Soft Power 30 report’s authors warn

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The new television series invokes violence and fear as defining forces of civilization, just like the Kenneth Clark original

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Queer cringe at the BBC and other diversity dilemmas

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Artists Space to leave 38 Greene Street and Marisol passes away

The return of Kenneth Clark's trailblazing television series

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Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK