Who’s in the artistic power seat?

Ella Hill discusses Tristram Hunt’s appointment at the V&A and the continuation of gender inequality in the UK’s major museums

Snapshot: Salvador Dali and the legacy of surrealism

Jasmin Yang-Spooner discusses Salvador Dali's development of the Paranoiac Critical Transformation Method and the legacy of surrealism
Early Byzantine art.

Evoking emotion and rejecting repression through art in the Middle East

Joseph Botman makes a case for the importance of the humanities in contemporary society

The Road of Dreams

Travelling was once a life-and-death decision, not just a leisurely impulse

A woman weaving herself into history

Hypnotising acidic colours scream out for Anoushka Kavanagh’s attention

Political cartoons must now be held to a new standard in...

Viveka Herzum challenges the role political cartoons play in our current climate

Walking the pilgrim’s way

Looking back at his exhibition 'We will meet', Alvin Ong tells Sophie Jordan of his walks along the thin line between memory and fiction

My naked truth

Jess Brown contemplates the merits and shortcomings of life drawing

Home is where the art is—Doug Eaton and The Forest of...

Ewan Davis finds Doug Eaton’s unlikely colour palettes faithful to the landscape of the Forest of Dean

Space Shifters at the Hayward Gallery

The Hayward Gallery’s latest and much-praised exhibition 'Shape Shifters' is quite an experience.

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