Ronald Jones is on the faculty of the Royal College of Art, London, and a regular contributor to this magazine.
Ronald Jones pays tribute to a rare critic, art historian, teacher and friend who coined the term Post-Minimalism
Should Trump have won an Emmy?
What sort of artist would Ai Weiwei have been without the Internet and its instruments of social media?
Museological display, truth, fiction and ‘Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds’
Occultist, mystic, painter: the life and legacy of Hilma af Klint
The rise of ‘dark tourism’ poses the question: are works of art as powerful as the sites they attempt to memorialize?
Four leading teachers from universities and art schools around the world reflect on the importance of theory for students today
Magasin 3, Stockholm, Sweden
Navel-gazing or fresh methodologies? Finding the right name for artistic research
How designers are adopting the strategies of Conceptual art
Predicting the future of the art market and criticism
Adel Abdessemed, Guillermo Habacuc Vargas, and Aliza Shvarts; the art of dying
Editing the Bush administration; the second part of Ronald Jones’ essay on language
9/11, Susan Sontag and relativism; Ronald Jones begins a new column for frieze.com with the first in a two-part essay on language
The simulacrum is never that which conceals the truth — it is the truth which conceals that there is none. The simulacrum is true.