Jessica Warboys works with film, painting, sculpture and stained glass. But her primary medium may be our ability to recognize resemblances.
How does Édouard Glissant’s demand for opacity translate into art?
Phil Collins embraces mass media and popular culture, only to unsettle the stereotypes they produce.
Is the space of painting made by abstraction, illusion or the sculptural qualities of the canvas?
A letter to Claes Oldenberg by co-editor Dan Fox
The growing social bond between consumers and corporations has changed the way artists are working with commodities
The resurgence of nature motifs is part of a shift from Pop cultural references to pure atmospheres
Michael Riedel records, copies and repeats whatever he can get his hands on and combines the material to create austere and ironic works
Since English has become the lingua franca, what has happened to art – and to language?
The end of film photography and the rise of digital photography have led to new genres, methods and histories.An overview of a dying and a thriving medium
What happens to old photojournalism archives? The case of the Black Star archive reveals surprising connections to Germany and histories which forsee the future
Five groundbreaking cases of photography in litigation