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The Frieze Projects artist discusses her practice

07 FEB 19

A new show at Goldsmiths CCA shows us the ways the Scottish humourist made the comical his life’s work

BY Samuel Reilly | 16 OCT 18

On the eve of his two retrospectives in Paris, the artist discusses the works that have shaped his practice and thinking

BY Roee Rosen | 21 SEP 18

On Alan Clarke’s Rita, Sue and Bob Too, the death of Ian Brady, and what laughter might conceal

BY Jonathan P. Watts | 17 MAY 17

From Umberto Eco on fascism to Thomas Pynchon’s stand-in: what to read this weekend

BY Paul Clinton | 10 FEB 17

At what point does a doodled line become a nose? The paintings of Allison Katz

BY Kirsty Bell | 18 MAR 16

Dada's centenary and the importance of absurdity

BY Jennifer Higgie | 13 FEB 16

Mortality, madness and misgivings in the work of Bedwyr Williams

BY Jonathan P. Watts | 13 FEB 16

New Museum, New York, USA

BY David Reisman | 10 DEC 15

Illustration and art history collide in Sanya Kantarovsky’s paintings

BY Scott Roben | 27 OCT 14

How Darren Bader has pushed the readymade to its extreme

BY Domenick Ammirati | 24 SEP 14

The consistently inconsistent career of Scottish artist Bruce McLean

BY Colin Perry | 19 SEP 14

In defence of irony

BY Lynne Tillman | 13 AUG 14

Rashid Johnson talks to Tom Morton about fiction, humour and homage

BY Tom Morton | 12 AUG 14

Dan Fox talks to Michael Smith about minimalism, comedy and failure

BY Dan Fox | 23 APR 14

Nine theses on slapstick

BY Brian Dillon | 01 OCT 07