From a couture dress to a Soviet mural, the artist asks what counts as 'good' art

By Oliver Osborne
John Minihan, Francis Bacon and William S. Burroughs, London 1989. Gelatine silver print. Size of sheet: 23.6 x 35 cm. Inscribed in pen recto. Emanuel von Baeyer Cabinet, London, 2019.


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Pierre Guyotat, Le Livre, 1979. Courtesy: Editions Gallimard, Collection Bibliothèque nationale de France and Cabinet, London

Cabinet, London, UK

By Paul Clinton

Cabinet, London, UK

By Charlie Fox

'I developed a craving for something more magical'

David Shrigley's Fourth Plinth commission is unveiled in London; Pompidou set to establish a Brussels outpost

Channelling an array of found footage into his sound and video works, James Richards tests the limits of depicting visceral materiality

By Kirsty Bell
Mark Leckey, Dream English Kid, 1964–1999 AD, 2015, film still. Courtesy Cabinet, London, UK.

Cabinet, London, UK

By Harry Thorne
All images: Jay Chung & Takeki Maeda, Untitled (directed by Lev Kalman and Whitney Horn), 2015, stills from 16mm film transferred to video. All images courtesy the artists, Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin, Cabinet, London, Gaga Arte Contemporáneo, Mexico City, and Galerie Francesca Pia, Zurich

On repetition and reiteration in a new film by Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda

By Jörg Heiser
‘Ribbons’, 2014, (details)  three-channel video with three-channel  surround soundtrack. All images courtesy the artist, Cabinet, London, and Isabella  Bortolozzi Galerie, Berlin

A conversation between Ed Atkins and Matthew De Abaitua about the intertwining of art and technology

By Matthew De Abaitua and Ed Atkins

Cabinet, New York, USA

By Natalie Haddad