Assyrian statuette of a petitioner, 2,400 BC. Courtesy Pergamon Museum, Berlin.

Germany's dispute over legislating artworks of national significance

The conflicted cultural legacy of the London 2012 Olympics

The last two decades have seen a proliferation of curatorial studies programmes.

Fiona Banner

Why a growing number of artists are turning away from image-making to writing and performance

A round table discussion led by Jörg Heiser on ‘super-hybridity’: what is it and should we be worried?

A conversation between Agnieszka Kurant & Nassim Nicholas Taleb about the benefits of uncertainty

An email debate

The Israeli Defence Forces have been heavily influenced by contemporary philosophy, highlighting the fact that there is considerable overlap among

Stuart Morgan once wrote ‘artists are not in competition with each other but with themselves and the past.’ That said, can art prizes be useful?

Art criticism is no longer dominated by history and theory.

The proliferation of biennials has become integral to the explosion of contemporary art.

Tolerance is the basic prerequisite for a humane society. Have its goals become confused?