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Opinion

At the National Theatre of Wales, a performance alive with wild, tactile descriptions compels comparison between the eczema-sufferer and writer

There are perils in deploying bigotry to score political points, but meanings also shift from West to East

In the unashamedly populist ‘Rip It Up’ at the National Museum of Scotland, the joy of fandom resounds but questions about the future are avoided

How will the Black Panther writer, known for his landmark critical assessments of race, take on the quintessential symbol of Americana?

The disconnect between public museum programming and private hire couldn’t be starker – it’s time for the arts to rethink who it accepts money from

Trump’s State Department is more than 3 months late in announcing its national pavilion – testament to the chaos engulfing the administration

The continued dominance of UK-US writers makes a mockery of the Man Booker’s ‘global outlook’

At the crux of this ambitious show lies the question: who is this triennial really for?

A number of galleries have recently been marked for demolition, and a number more fear for their long-term survival

In Eleanor, or The Rejection of the Progress of Love, two women repudiate the long-held expectation: get a husband, make babies

Commemorating the 100th anniversary of WWI, The Head & The Load at Tate Modern makes incomprehension the work’s guiding theme

The punk artists’s invasion of the pitch during the Croatia vs. France match reminded us what Russia’s new ‘normality’ really means