Ryan Gander

Opening with a show about humour in art, there is a refreshing domesticity to SLG’s expansion

By Hettie Judah

Works by Ryan Gander and Rehana Zaman showed it was the people of Liverpool who formed a thread through some of the most successful projects

By Tom Emery

With the government’s push for the controversial English baccalaureate, why the arts should be an integral part of the curriculum


2 Mar
21 Apr

Canada’s newest art museum attempts to reconcile local and international interests

By Amy Luo

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

On using art to reflect on its own labour

By Mitch Speed
Alex Da Corte, A Giant's Good Day in Hell, 2016, Persian Kelim rug, black velvet, Ikea Stromby metal frame, Philippe Starck juice squeezer, glasses, resin, carpet tape, 30 x 150 x 290 cm

David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

By Lizzie Lloyd

A photo studio takes portraits of fair visitors looking at an artwork of their choice

17 artists write about a work of art that has influenced them

By Alex Katz
Ryan Gander Everything is learned, iii, 2010. Installation view 'I know about creatve block and I know not to call it by name' at Lisson Gallery, Milan, 2011 (photograph: Ken Adlard)

What can artists learn from writers?

By Jennifer Allen

Extravagant, experimental and often improvised: the spirit of young artists in British film

By Michael Bracewell