John Berger

A 1979 televisual essay by the cultural theorist offers insight into black politics and representational struggle in the British media

By Rianna Jade Parker

Friends of the late critic have condemned holding a Berger-influenced show at NYU Abu Dhabi, given the region’s human rights abuses

By Tom Overton

On the eve of the World Cup, Harry Thorne on the art world’s petulant refusal to embrace the beautiful game

By Harry Thorne

As the Man Booker Prize debates whether to nix US writers, the ‘homogenized future’ some novelists fear for British literature is already here

By Andrew Durbin
Anya Berger, photographed in Italy.

‘The bearing of an aristocrat and the politics of a revolutionary’, Tom Overton pays tribute

By Tom Overton

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

By Tom Overton

Tom Overton reflects on the life of a great storyteller with contributions on his art criticism, broadcasting and fiction

By Tom Overton
Raúl Ruiz, City of Pirates, 1983, film still

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

By Paul Clinton

John Berger passes away; David Adjaye, Ryan Gander and Chris Ofili named on the Queen’s New Year Honours list

Thoughts on John Berger’s prose as he turns 90

By John Douglas Millar
Barbara Bloom, The Weather, 2015, installation view

Galleria Raffaela Cortese, Milan, Italy

By Barbara Casavecchia
John Berger photographed by Jean Mohr, 1999

Looking back at John Berger’s G. and Ways of Seeing, published 40 years ago

By Jennifer Allen