Opinion

Artist Jesse Jones, who represented Ireland at last year’s Venice Biennale, on what is at stake in Friday’s Irish abortion referendum

Provincial landscapes mask creeping violence in three new novels by Emma Glass, Sophie Mackintosh and Fiona Mozley 

A surprising show of silhouettes at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. sheds light on obscure chapters of US history 

In a year charged with politicized tensions, mastery of craft trumps truth-to-power commentary

‘Coping as a woman in France is a daily battle: the aggression can be subtle, and you always have to push harder to make yourself heard’

Everybody’s favourite underpaid, over-educated, raven-haired art critic, Rhonda Lieberman, is as relevant as ever

‘Prize & Prejudice’ at London's UCL Art Museum is a bittersweet celebration of female talent

A fragment of the brutalist Robin Hood Gardens will go on show at the Venice Architecture Biennale

A new history of Gang of Four reminds us that radical politics in rock has always been marginalized by the mainstream

‘Women's role in shaping the history of contemporary art is being reappraised’

Netflix is actively and self-servingly restricting the platforms films can occupy, but it’s not the only one grumbling about Cannes’s fussy rules

Avengers: Infinity War confirms the domination of mass culture by the franchise: what ever happened to narrative closure?

Video

Joseph Kosuth at Frieze New York 2018

Frieze Art Fair Video - 06 May 2018

Joseph Kosuth talks about Almine Rech (C24)’s solo presentation of his work at Frieze New York 2018

Nicelle Beauchene with her booth in the 'For Your Information' section at Frieze New York 2018

06 May 2018

‘The bright yellow square - that’s Hudson’