Harry Potter: a History of Magic wonderfully illuminates the inspirations behind a cultural icon, writes Raffaella Sero
Anoushka Kavanagh explains why protest art is now more important than ever
"It is Bridgit’s shaky, close-up quality that makes the work – it’s relatable and reachable."
The new exhibition at the V&A entertains yet bemuses Julia Alsop
Sydney Gagliano reflects on the question of modern art’s accessibility
Gazelle Mba discusses a groundbreaking feminist film and the politicisation of artistic identity
The first half had the art but the second lacked the activism.
Molly Innes looks at artistic representations of monstrosity and self
Yet another woolly jumper and a visit to the Maeght Foundation outside ￼Nice push Sophie Jordan to consider the artist’s unexpected inspirations
Photos submitted by Jessica Voicu, Catrin Haberfield and Andrew Wood. Keep an eye out for the next competition!