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Dan Fox

‘Cinematic’ is often overused, but Roeg’s films showed how minds and memories wander back and forth in time, colouring our experience of the world

By Dan Fox

At Brooklyn’s Triangle Arts Association, Tyler Coburn and Ian Hatcher revive the techniques of a Cold War-era covert intelligence programme

By Dan Fox

In New York, a so-called ‘exhibition’ at a ‘museum’ featuring 30 ‘artists’? Dan Fox uncovers the truth behind this dangerously timely show

By Dan Fox

Nathaniel Kahn’s new HBO film works on the assumption that money and power is all anyone in the art world is interested in

By Dan Fox

Nicholas Cage, the film’s mesmerizing star, crescendos and explodes, like he’s hamming for his life

By Dan Fox

The controversial intellectual suggests art would be better done at home – she should be careful what she wishes for

By Dan Fox

Author George Pendle on his biography of Jack Parsons, the scientist, mysticist and follower of Aleister Crowley, now dramatized on CBS

By Dan Fox

To experience the music of the composer, who passed away last week at the age of 69, was to hear something tense, physical, almost pugilistic

By Dan Fox

A juror for the award last year, Dan Fox on why the Turner Prize is and always will be political (whatever that means)

By Dan Fox

With the arrival of the first superhero film to feature a black lead since 1998's Blade, a reading list on black comic-book culture

By Andrew Durbin

Ignoring its faux-dissident title, this year's edition at the New Museum displays a repertoire that is folky, angry, funny, urgent and poignant

By Dan Fox

Learning to appreciate the laws of perspective

By Dan Fox