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As Blake’s most comprehensive retrospective to date closes at the ICA, Los Angeles, Shiv Kotecha examines the artist’s three-decade practice, which revels in the infinite variations of identity and pleasure

BY Shiv Kotecha | 30 DEC 19

The writer’s ‘immoderate’, genre-crossing style set the tone for the biggest literary trend in recent years

BY Brian Dillon | 05 DEC 19

Pharoah demonstrates a way to be in the world as a Black artist, expressing a sense of pride that does not violate privacy

BY Harmony Holiday | 27 NOV 19

New work on view at Lévy Gorvy proves that the artist, nearing 90, is at the top of his game

BY Glenn Adamson | 15 NOV 19

An artist who made a mockery of wealth and class pretensions is revivified as a prophet of possibility in a corrupted world

BY Philomena Epps | 14 NOV 19

At two solo museum shows, the artist’s animations extend beyond the screen to sculpture, an experimental dance album and merchandise

BY Michael Bullock | 04 NOV 19

The inventive and evasive choreographer, at work on a new project, grapples with the spectacle of death 

BY Rennie McDougall | 23 OCT 19

The prolific Polish writer has a complicated relationship to nationality

BY Helen Charman | 16 OCT 19

The singer committed her life to defying a classical music industry that was not only deeply critical of women’s bodies, but also sceptical of black talent

BY Kira Thurman | 11 OCT 19

The group, who will perform at London’s City Lit this week, push experimental composition to its limit

BY Emily Bick | 10 OCT 19

The artist talks about the mystery and politics of making 

BY Sean Burns | 08 OCT 19

For two years, Jackson ran one of the most important galleries for black artists of the past half century

BY Chase Quinn | 27 SEP 19

The restless, rageful ‘No Home Record’ lures as much as it discomfits

BY Hermione Hoby | 24 SEP 19

A tribute to the photographer, from the ‘sucker punch’ of ‘The Americans’ (1958), to his later work ‘howling with anguish, frustration and ennui’

BY Chris Wiley | 17 SEP 19

Working across art, design and architecture, the trio make community-focused work that aims to have a long-term impact on an area and its inhabitants

BY Kadish Morris | 20 AUG 19

For the artist, critic and teacher, who died last week at the age of 67, every ordinary thing held meaning in disguise

BY Jörg Heiser | 16 AUG 19

From climate-resistant menus to colonial desserts, Cooking Sections ask us to think again about the ethics and economics of the food on our plates

BY Jane Black | 15 AUG 19

In Soskolne’s first show in nearly two decades, at New York’s Mishkin Gallery, the artist-activist takes on male networks and The Real Housewives of New York City

BY Pujan Karambeigi | 12 JUL 19

The artist, curator, educator and writer, who died on 30 June, was committed to supporting South Africa’s younger artists

BY Sean O'Toole | 09 JUL 19

Ian Bourland profiles one of the leading gallerists of the East Village scene of the 1980s

BY Ian Bourland | 08 JUL 19