Chloë Ashby is an author and arts critic who has written for publications such as The Times, TLS, Guardian, Spectator and frieze. Her debut novel, Wet Paint, was published in April 2022, and her second novel, Second Self, is due in July 2023.
An exhibition of kaleidoscopic painting at Victoria Miro, London, is a celebration of free love and excess
Ahead of Tate Modern’s first major show on the French artist in 70 years, what can we learn from an incomplete work of art?
An intimate new exhibition at London’s Two Temple Place explores how Black female artists – from Ladi Kwali to Shawanda Corbett – have reimagined one of the world’s oldest art forms
In What Artists Wear, Charlie Porter examines figures from Georgia O’Keeffe to Gilbert & George to reflect on the importance of clothing to artistic practice and identity
This is an artist who delights in confronting human flaws – both other people’s and his own
An exhibition aims to give voice to the ‘fallen women’ at the heart of the Victorian brotherhood
In the first show dedicated to the artist’s portraits, a narcissistic personality emerges
As a survey of his work opens at the V&A in London, the fashion photographer discusses the balance between beauty and ugliness; light and dark; truth and imagination
Found stashed under her bed when she died, the spiritualist’s drawings and embroideries go on show at William Morris Gallery
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