John Cage

A new retrospective celebrates the artist’s ability to warp technology

By Thomas McMullan

‘I felt as though I’d walked in on what the future of art-making could be: a curation of time and space between us and the world in which we exist’

By Rirkrit Tiravanija

Looking back at the intimate musical language of Luc Ferrari (1929-2005), who employed cinematic methods in the service of quotidian storytelling

By Nathan Geyer

John Cage, Untitled, installation at the Biennale de Paris, 1985 

By Kimsooja
Jasper Johns in his studio, 2005. Courtesy: Je Riedel/Contour Collection/Getty images

A major exhibition in London opening this weekend shows that at 87, Jasper Johns is as commanding an artist as ever

By Edith Devaney

A newly-released album gives overdue attention to the innovative, politicized music of the late Julius Eastman

By Leo Chadburn

How Indian classical music has influenced the visual arts

By Shanay Jhaveri

From Vladimir Nabokov's queerness to John Cage jamming with Sun Ra: what to read this weekend

By Paul Clinton

Q. What should change? A. Religious obsessions.

Takehisa Kosugi performing Music Expanded at the Whitney Museum of American Art, 2015. Courtesy: Whitney Museum of American Art; photograph: Paula Court

‘That one artist has applied such a diversity of materials (paper, cloth, plants, violin, electronics) to such a breadth of pursuits (music, dance, publishing, performance art) is remarkable.’

By Matthew Erickson
Cerith Wyn Evans, A=F=L=O=A=T, 2014, mixed media, dimensions variable

Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris, France

By Robert Barry
Pierre Boulez,1987, photographed by Martine Franck; Courtesy: Magnum Photography

Depending on your point of view, the composer, writer and conductor is either a purveyor of cold-hearted didacticism, or a creator of glittering musical worlds

By Leo Chadburn