Grayson Perry’s Polymorphous Popularity

Georgiana Wilson explores Grayson Perry's image, identity, and popularity after seeing his latest exhibition

Coming full circle: The importance of Queer British Art for young...

Billie Esplen considers the relevance of Tate Britain's Queer Britain exhibition

The Russian Revolution was a kind of orgy

Altair Brandon-Salmon is thrilled by the British Library's exhibition marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution

The Death and Rebirth of MS Paint

Chloe Dootson-Graube investigates the artistic importance of Microsoft Paint

Layers of history in the bright colours of Porto

Ellie Duncan is enchanted by the 'azulejos' of Portugal

At the Royal Academy: Matisse in the Studio

Altair Brandon-Salmon explores the Royal Academy's latest exhibition, Matisse in the Studio

At the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

Altair Brandon-Salmon ponders the significance of the Royal Academy's annual Summer Exhibition

Hokusai: Beyond The Great Wave – a man possessed by the...

Becky Cook is awestruck by Hokusai’s ‘The Great Wave’ but says the artist fails to discover anything beyond the masterpiece at the British Museum’s current exhibition

Communication and confrontation in Brooklyn’s art community

Avery Curran discusses curating Text/ure, Trump, and artistic cataclysm in the USThere’s an argument, and it’s a convincing one, that all art is political and, in the interim period between the election and the inauguration it felt truer than ever. There was an atmosphere of displacement and shifting ground. Between daily revelations about suspicious calls to Russia and plans to defund sanctuary cities (of which New York is one), no one seemed to know where they stood.

Pastel pink speculums, embroidered condoms, and art for reproductive freedom

Anoushka Kavanagh explains why protest art is now more important than ever

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