Derek Jarman

‘A living, breathing work of art’: Prospect Cottage in Dungeness is as much a part of Jarman’s legacy as his films, writing and paintings

By Chris Sharratt

His first major survey since his death in 1994, ‘PROTEST!’ opens with added urgency in today’s political and environmental crises

By Ian Wooldridge

At once elegiac and angry, a new show of paintings illuminates the filmmaker’s ambivalent relationship with religion

By Daniel Culpan

Showcasing a diversity of extraordinary artworks and objects across millennia at Frieze Masters 2018

Derek Jarman, circular time and seed catalogues: Olivia Laing takes the long view

By Olivia Laing
Attributed to Jacob Agnesius, Saint Sebastian, c.1638. Ivory carving. Courtesy: Colnaghi

As morbid devotional objects go on show at Frieze Masters, one writer asks: why do we look at violent religious art?

By Olivia Laing

Looking at Caravaggio in the 21st century

By Maria H. Loh
Queer, 1991.  Courtesy: the estate of Derek Jarman and Thames and Hudson; published in Derek Jarman’s Sketchbooks, 2013.

On the 20th anniversary of Derek Jarman’s death, Paul Schütze spoke to Simon Fisher Turner about composing music for his friend’s movies

By Paul Schütze
Derek Jarman, The Garden, 1990. Courtesy: Ronald Grant Archive

frieze asks artists and filmmakers to list the movies that have influenced their practise

By Tacita Dean