Jennifer Higgie

Nearly three hours long and containing only two jokes, with this film somehow you don’t mind

By Jennifer Higgie
Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

On the benefits of not knowing 

By Jennifer Higgie
Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

The importance of visiting galleries in the flesh 

By Jennifer Higgie

Fifty years after the term was coined, a show in Samos reflects on ‘the unlikely liaison between love and politics’

By Jennifer Higgie
Roee Rosen, Live and Die as Eva Braun, 1995–97, mixed media on paper, installation view, Benaki Museum—Pireos Street Annexe, Athens, documenta 14. Photograph: Stathis Mamalakis

The third in a series of our editors’ initial impressions from documenta 14 Athens, Jennifer Higgie on the Benaki Museum

By Jennifer Higgie

CAPC, Bordeaux, France

By Jennifer Higgie

Colonialism and contemporary Australia in the paintings of Helen Johnson

By Jennifer Higgie

A map of the Milky Way and neighbouring galaxies based on observations from the Gaia satellite

By Jennifer Higgie
Gee Vaucher, Oh America, 1989, gouache, 23 x 23 cm

How can art respond to Trump?

By Jennifer Higgie
Len Lye, Rainbow Dance, 1936, film still. Courtesy: The British Post Office, Len Lye Foundation, Govett Brewster Art Gallery and New Zealand Film Archive

The final part of this week's Culture Digest: some favourite documentaries available online

By Jennifer Higgie
Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

Art history isn't carved in stone

By Jennifer Higgie