The controversial intellectual suggests art would be better done at home – she should be careful what she wishes for
Author George Pendle on his biography of Jack Parsons, the scientist, mysticist and follower of Aleister Crowley, now dramatized on CBS
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
A juror for the award last year, Dan Fox on why the Turner Prize is and always will be political (whatever that means)
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
Ignoring its faux-dissident title, this year's edition at the New Museum displays a repertoire that is folky, angry, funny, urgent and poignant
Learning to appreciate the laws of perspective
Why can’t New York get over its ‘bad old days’?
From skyscraper bridges to giant bio-domes enclosing Manhattan, an exhibition at the Queens Museum takes us on a tour of the city that could have been
Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York, USA
Anicka Yi's work fuses biology with technology, finding new ways to talk about gender, race and economics.
A first look at ‘Viva Arte Viva’ at the Arsenale