Feminism

Penny Slinger, Bitter Lemons (Homage to Lawrence Durrell). Courtesy: the artist and Blum & Poe

A new section for 2017, curated by Alison Gingeras, exploring feminist art and radical politics

Whose Streets?, 2017, film still. Courtesy: Sundance Institute; photograph: Lucas Alvarado Farrar 

This year’s Sundance Film Festival featured more movies directed by women than ever before, but gender discrimination in the industry is still ende

Gill-Revue, Le Salon Pour Rire, 1868, lithograph. Courtesy: Chewday’s, London

From why its good to repeat jokes to how to keep it impersonal: what to read about this weekend

From Egyptian surrealism to Parisian pissoirs: what to read this weekend

From spooky computers to coded manuscripts: what to read this weekend.

Cosey Fanni Tutti talks to Paul Clinton about feminism, freedom and the politics of the personal

It’s time that the extraordinary life and work of Anya Berger was acknowledged

From Sergei Eisenstein's erotica to ideas for a pneumatic parliament: what to read this weekend

Raúl Ruiz, City of Pirates, 1983, film still

From Anthony Burgess being bitchy to a primer for Xenofeminism: what to read this weekend

The best of this year's LA shows, featuring Nathaniel Mellors and a survey at the newly opened Hauser Wirth & Schimmel

Alison Knowles and Pauline Oliveros, Brahms was a two-penny harlot, c.1970, postcard

From Beethoven's lesbianism to the precarious foundations of political philosophy: what to read this weekend

Carmen Herrera, Green and Orange, 1958, acrylic on canvas, 152 × 183 cm. Collection of Paul and Trudy Cejas © Carmen Herrera; photograph by Chi Lam

From Carmen Herrera's taste for simplicity to a history of competitive eating: what to read this weekend