Jennifer Kabat

Ellen Lesperance, We Are the Gentle Angry Women and We Are Singing for our Lives, 2015, gouache and graphite on tea-stained paper, 56 × 75 cm

How Ellen Lesperance transmits messages about history, feminism and labour through the art of knitting

Rochelle Feinstein, Who Cares, 2016, acrylic, cotton muslin on canvas, 127 x 127 cm. Courtesy: the artist and On Stellar Rays, New York; photograph: Kirsten Kilponen
 

On Stellar Rays, New York, USA

How Colleen Asper's paintings challenge traditional representations of the body

Ahead of her upcoming solo show at the Whitney Museum in New York, Sophia Al-Maria talks shopping malls, war, climate change and Gulf futurism

David Ireland, from "Thanka" series (A-red), c.1974. Courtesy Anglim Gilbert Gallery, San Francisco

Looking forward to Nancy Holt, David Horvitz and Eileen Myles

Talks

What is the legacy of and possibility for art and protest now?

Design Museum