Jonathan P. Watts

The 1994 exhibition, ‘The Institute of Cultural Anxiety’, at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London resonates powerfully with the culture and politics of 2019

By Jonathan P. Watts

An exhibition at Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, offers compelling evocations of causality and correlation

By Jonathan P. Watts

‘I stayed first for an hour, then whole afternoons and, eventually, days’

By Jonathan P. Watts

Lyon, France

By Jonathan P. Watts

W139, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 

By Jonathan P. Watts

On Alan Clarke’s Rita, Sue and Bob Too, the death of Ian Brady, and what laughter might conceal

By Jonathan P. Watts

Blain | Southern, London, UK

By Jonathan P. Watts

The Hayward Gallery at 180 The Strand, London, UK

By Jonathan P. Watts

One hundred years since the birth of dada, what does the future hold for Kurt Schwitters’s Merz Barn in Cumbria?

By Jonathan P. Watts, Harriet Blaise Mitchell and Anna Churcher Clarke

City Report - 26 Oct 2015

A cross-generational look at how artists have survived in London and why they continue to stay

Eileen Quinlan, Fried Sensor, 2015, glossy digital c-type prints mounted on Perspex, 102 × 76 cm

Campoli Presti, London, UK

By Jonathan P. Watts
Hannah Sawtell, #STANDARDISER_FRAGMENT (detail), 2014, installation view

Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea, UK

By Jonathan P. Watts