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Hermione Thompson watches the performance art you may never get to see
I am literally squirming in my seat. I would get up and walk out – I’m at the end of my row, so it wouldn’t be difficult – but I desperately want to hear how th
Craig Taylor writes a letter to Margaux Williamson
Dear Margaux, Your painting is a permanent presence in my life, and I don’t mean I carry it with me from place to place. I glance at it throughout the day. I
The Zen of Eminem
When Zadie met Shady. By Zadie Smith
In the face of this kind of misplaced hysteria, good rappers don’t back down. They defend the right to use words in the same way any novelist or filmmaker is free to do. They tell their personal truths.
‘There aren’t any rules any more’
An interview with Art Spiegelman
Art Spiegelman is often credited as the father of the graphic novel. Famously, his two-volume Holocaust comic Maus, in which Jews are drawn as mice an
Iris Le Rütte
Like a Fleeting Shadow
By Lynn Berger. Translated from the Dutch by Erica J. Moore
That’s the irony with photography: photos can halt time or slow it down, but they can also let time pass with merciless speed. In Sanguinetti’s work, Guille and Belinda grow up in seconds.
An excerpt from Oscillate, a new comic by David Mathews Read more: davidm.co/oscillate
The Drone Age
Inspired by the work of Eduardo Paolozzi, Richard Hamilton and Gerald Laing, The Drone Age is a pop art response to current affairs.
Words to live by. Everything is completely ok. It's under control. There is really no need to panic. It's all absolutely fine. A series by Thomas Smith.
Dmitris Tsoumblekas's photographs show us a Greece poised on the edge: of violence, uncertainty, destruction, despair.