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Matthew Noel-Tod looks back on 50 years of the London Film-makers Co-op, a radical and egalitarian organization founded in 1966

On the 25th anniversary of frieze magazine, co-editor Dan Fox reflects on how publishing and contemporary art have changed

The final part of this week's Culture Digest: some favourite documentaries available online

BY Jennifer Higgie |

The second part of this week's Culture Digest: some of the best archival documentaries freely available online

BY Jennifer Higgie |

This week's Culture Digest focuses on the power of documentaries: first up, an interview with the producer of a film profiling a Sicilian judge called ‘the most threatened man in Italy’

BY Jennifer Higgie |

A cross-generational look at how artists have survived in London and why they continue to stay

Fritz Haeg talks about his plans for the former commune

In November 2014, Fritz Haeg bought Salmon Creek Farm, a 33-acre property in Northern California

The political complexities behind this year’s Sharjah Biennial 12

A tour of artist Pablo Bronstein's house

Marc Camille Chaimowicz muses on Jean Cocteau's murals in the church of Notre Dame de France in London's Leicester Square, and the prolific artist's complex relationship with religion, the avant-garde and European high society

The past, present and future of Glasgow’s art scene

The past, present and future of one of the UK's most creative cities

How living in the Kent countryside for four decades has influenced the British artist’s paintings

An interview with the founders of three non-profit spaces

Interviews with three non-profit organizations

How artists visualize political reality through the artifice of fiction

BY Katie Kitamura |

Richard Mosse on the making of his highly-acclaimed film

Is it an artist’s duty to bear witness to suffering? Journalism, documentary and the ethics of reporting

BY Lara Pawson |