Why are we so quick to praise mass participation?
‘IF THE SNAKE’ shows a world caught in limbo – or hell
A show at Gagosian, London, pairs the pop master with the early twentieth-century eccentric, beloved of Duchamp
Two concurrent exhibitions in London use mark-making as a way to get at something beyond what we see
The first in our series of reports from the 2019 Venice Biennale: the National Pavilions in the Giardini
A photograph by Berenice Abbott, and its stubborn refusal to be read
The Hong Kong-born artist showcases the darkly comic potential of cartoon visuals
This year’s biennial amplifies previously silenced voices, but the results are discordant
The poet’s new collection chronicles a father’s succumbing to dementia and a daughter’s attempt to endure
In an era marked by dishonesty, what of the age-old assumption that the eyes cannot lie?
‘This is the passing of time visualized through a contrapuntal freezing of it’
The German artist’s latest exhibition in New York ‘reopens the wounds of colonialism’ – supposedly