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A riff on the gallery’s landmark 1956 show, Whitechapel Gallery’s latest exhibition boasts some compelling pairings but has an unconfident, sh

By Thomas McMullan

Often unrecognized, Roma artists and intellectuals have been co-opted and colonized for centuries – a newly launched archive seeks to reconsider th

By Ethel Brooks

With art lessons and trips to museums on prescription, the links between culture and health are being reconsidered

By Chris Sharratt

A rare screening of ‘The Dilapidated Dwelling’ (2000) at the Barbican shows why Keiller’s films should be compulsory viewing

By Dan Hancox

‘Keep It Complex’, a group of artists and designers, have launched a campaign to encourage voting, and hold the art world accountable

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

The retrospective at Tate Britain of the veteran photographer is filled with masterpieces that are also crime scenes

By Darran Anderson

Narrative is often the conduit for racist ideology, particularly in a Hollywood that favours ‘feel good’ narratives of black life; avoiding it alto

By Jacolby Satterwhite

In the age of #MeToo, does the recent proliferation of films and TV shows about serial murderers hint at a troubling resurgence of sociopathic masc

By Masha Tupitsyn

A 1979 televisual essay by the cultural theorist offers insight into black politics and representational struggle in the British media

By Rianna Jade Parker

Recent studies highlight deep precarity in the art world, alongside a renewed push for fairer payment and resistance to ‘self-exploitation’

By Chris Sharratt

Scheming dealers, demonic sculptures and filthy lucre: in Dan Gilroy’s Faustian tale, art takes murderous revenge

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

Short films at the 48th International Film Festival Rotterdam give primacy to music and voice

By Erika Balsom