Harry Thorne

Why are we so quick to praise mass participation?

By Harry Thorne

‘IF THE SNAKE’ shows a world caught in limbo – or hell  

By Harry Thorne

A show at Gagosian, London, pairs the pop master with the early twentieth-century eccentric, beloved of Duchamp

By Harry Thorne

Two concurrent exhibitions in London use mark-making as a way to get at something beyond what we see

By Harry Thorne
Jos de Gruyter and Harald Thys, ‘Mondo Cane’, 2019, Belgian Pavilion, La Biennale di Venezia 2019. Courtesy: the artists and the Belgian Pavilion; photograph: Nick Ash

The first in our series of reports from the 2019 Venice Biennale: the National Pavilions in the Giardini

By Harry Thorne

A photograph by Berenice Abbott, and its stubborn refusal to be read

By Harry Thorne

The Hong Kong-born artist showcases the darkly comic potential of cartoon visuals

By Harry Thorne

This year’s biennial amplifies previously silenced voices, but the results are discordant

By Harry Thorne

The poet’s new collection chronicles a father’s succumbing to dementia and a daughter’s attempt to endure

By Harry Thorne

In an era marked by dishonesty, what of the age-old assumption that the eyes cannot lie?

By Harry Thorne

‘This is the passing of time visualized through a contrapuntal freezing of it’

By Harry Thorne

The German artist’s latest exhibition in New York ‘reopens the wounds of colonialism’ – supposedly

By Harry Thorne