This exhibition is expansive, comprehensive, chronological, and as well-ordered as the work on display. All that is good.
“Frieze Art Fair” was held in Regent’s Park, London, from 17 to 20 October.
“Sanatorium” is one of ten installations that make up the Whitechapel Gallery’s summer exhibition, “The Spirit of Utopia”.
Robert Ford is a visual artist based in London. He is currently working producing an illustrated edition of Karl Marx’s Capital.
This is the text of a speech given by hip-hop artist and spoken-word poet The Ruby Kid at a Workers' Liberty meeting at Goldsmiths University in November 20
Robert Hughes, one of the world's foremost art critics and also author of the best book on Australia's convict-settlement history, died on 6 August.
Review by Belinda Weaver of The Fatal Shore, Hughes's history.
Review by Belinda Weaver of Nothing if not critical, one of Hughes's books of art criticism.
A lively picket line of striking gallery assistants on Friday 27 July was bolstered by Unison and Unite reps from nearby workplaces, as well as activists from the nearby National Portrait Gallery and
I bought tickets back in November for the “Building the revolution” show at the Royal Academy and was given a 10 am admission time.
Lawrie Coombs applauds the work of Newcastle’s Side Gallery
Whatever the vagaries of his political positions and assessments since the early 50s (including a softness on the Stalinist regimes, a huge silence about the Nazi death camps, and a disposition to support essentially feudal resistance movements to capital) John Berger remains an important resource in thinking about the nature of oppression and its relationship to art.