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Darran Anderson

The painter found something much more important than grandeur in ‘ukiyo-e’: the messy realities of everyday life 

By Darran Anderson

The retrospective at Tate Britain of the veteran photographer is filled with masterpieces that are also crime scenes

By Darran Anderson

Isao Takahata’s landmark 1988 anime, which now receives its US theatrical release, crafts a dark moral universe through moments of poignant stillness

By Darran Anderson

What a brief history of creative destruction reveals about the Sotheby’s shredding stunt

By Darran Anderson

From Grave of the Fireflies to The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, the visionary director grounded fantasy with emotional force

By Darran Anderson

Two shows in London, by Yto Barrada and Ala Younis, suggest that the unwritten future need not be as unjust or limiting as the erased past

By Darran Anderson

Douglas Murphy’s examination of former mayor Boris Johnson’s botched projects and Iain Sinclair’s London lament chart a battle for the city’s soul

By Darran Anderson