With authors, curators and musicians recently denied entry, the UK is fast painting itself as a cultural pariah
Why does the ‘men’s rights’ guru to the alt-right surround himself with Soviet-era memorabilia, which he doesn’t even class as art?
Alongside a centuries-old collection of Old Masters, Delftware and Chinoiserie, the Devonshires continue to commission contemporary art
Landing only months before the US midterm elections, it’s impossible not to understand the show foremost in the context of the Trumps and Kushners
The arrest of the photojournalist for ‘provocative comments’ over Dhaka protests makes clear that personal liberty across the region is a sham
‘We need more advocates across gender lines and emphatic leaders in museums and galleries to create inclusive, supportive and generative spaces’
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
The first public exhibition of a 15th-century altar-hanging prompts the question: who made it?
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
For our ‘Altered States’ issue, a specially-commissioned video, Fourth State, featuring filmmaker and artist David Lynch
As Varejão’s ‘Saunas and Baths’ paintings and ‘Meat Ruins’ sculptures go on show at Victoria Miro, Venice, the Brazilian artist on her work’s layers of meaning