Opinion

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Artists and writers, including Huw Lemmey and John Smith, select their favourite programmes from the broadcaster’s history

A flaws-and-all reappraisal of the late New York art critic

BY Mitch Speed | 01 DEC 22

Paul Chan selects passages from the philosopher whose work may have influenced the creation of the biggest cryptocurrency

BY Paul Chan AND Yuzo Sakuramoto | 29 NOV 22

Other highlights include James St James’s Night Fever podcast, plus new and upcoming book releases from Rosanna McLaughlin and McKenzie Wark

BY Sean Burns | 25 NOV 22

Laura Poitras’s documentary All the Beauty and the Bloodshed – released in the US this week – explores the artist’s defiance against injustice and erasure

BY Sam Moore | 25 NOV 22

Camille Bacon profiles Linda Goode Bryant’s legendary gallery and the radical transformations the space afforded in its 12-year run

BY Camille Bacon | 24 NOV 22

Rafa Sales Ross, a former employee of the now-closed Belmont Filmhouse in Aberdeen, describes what's at stake with public funding cuts across film and culture

BY Rafa Sales Ross | 24 NOV 22

Alexander Provan pays tribute to the polymathic artist, critic, novelist and television presenter and his alter egos

BY Alexander Provan | 23 NOV 22

The spiritual quests of the 20th-century poets Antonin Artaud, René Daumal and Arthur Rimbaud are transmuted into a sonic landscape at Centre Pompidou

BY Nadine Khalil | 22 NOV 22

Stefan Kalmár shares his recollections of the artist in this personal ode to their friendship

BY Stefan Kalmár | 18 NOV 22

Following Arts Council England's recent National Portfolio Organization announcement, Laura Robertson investigates the state of English arts funding

BY Laura Robertson | 15 NOV 22

Angel Lambo also highlights Brian Alfred’s book of artist profiles and a new podcast bridging art and activism

BY Angel Lambo | 14 NOV 22

A writer, a researcher and an artist share their thoughts on the precarious future of Kurt Schwitters’s Merz Barn in the Lake District

Josie Thaddeus-Johns looks at the work of Adina Pintilie and VR technologies in the search for a more perfect simulation

BY Josie Thaddeus-Johns | 08 NOV 22

The artist collective shares the process behind their latest film, showing at Kunsthall Trondheim, that bridges art, anthropology and the philosophy of science

BY Metahaven AND Marko Gluhaich | 04 NOV 22

Will Fenstermaker looks back on the acclaimed critic’s life and career

BY Will Fenstermaker | 03 NOV 22

Aaron Peck reflects on the life of one of contemporary art’s most sympathetic comedians

BY Aaron Peck | 02 NOV 22

Archival research projects and the city’s historic venues were the highlights of this year’s somewhat inert biennial

BY Rahel Aima | 02 NOV 22

Orit Gat unpacks the rise of ‘smart’ technologies and how they’re being harmfully manipulated

BY Orit Gat | 02 NOV 22

Frida Sandström traces the activities of the activist group as it brings its social practice into an itinerant state

BY Frida Sandström | 01 NOV 22