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From the outlier Diamantino to The Grand Bizarre’s thrilling cadence, the most intelligent films are also among th

‘Personal questions, which might not be asked to a man, are often asked of a woman’

What a brief history of creative destruction reveals about the Sotheby’s shredding stunt

Nicholas Cage, the film’s mesmerizing star, crescendos and explodes, like he’s hamming for his life

With museums suffering from cash-strapped councils and national cuts, the new plan is ‘miles away’ from addressing the crisis

The US writer and filmmaker has created new paths for arts writing and critical thinking, not from wielding a cudgel but by exposing our bruises

Why ACT UP activists spray-painting over artist David McDiarmid’s ‘Rainbow Aphorisms’ posters scored an own goal

In an age when the camera is continually absorbed into other technologies, this inaugural show focuses on photography as practice

Donning a pith helmet for a Kenyan safari, the First Lady revived an age-old symbol of colonial rule

On the eve of her Guggenheim retrospective, a new book of esoteric drawings reveals the spiritualism behind Europe’s first abstract artist

Exhibitions of Do Ho Suh, Heidi Bucher and Doris Salcedo in London affirm the affective qualities of architecture

There’s a difference between respecting people’s right to tell their own stories and refusing to look at all