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Claudette Johnson: ‘I’m trying to introduce another gaze—a Black feminist gaze’
The artist discusses her Courtauld show and why Black men became subjects for her work
The biggest museum shows to see around London during Frieze week
Kwer'ata Re'esu: the astonishing story of Ethiopia's most treasured icon
A brush with... Torkwase Dyson
Marina Abramović: the artist on her ‘best ever show’
A brush with… Sarah Lucas
What happens when Unesco becomes the enemy?
A brush with... Claudette Johnson
Is Saudi Arabia the next big cultural powerhouse?
A brush with... Yinka Shonibare
The Week in Art | Special 250th episode: what’s next for the visual arts?
We ask leading art world figures about their hopes and concerns, and discuss what the future has in store for museums, the art market and artists with our long-term contributors Cristina Ruiz, Georgina Adam and Louisa Buck
The Week in Art: The British Museum in crisis—an in-depth look
A brush with… Analia Saban
Ignore the nay-sayers: great things can happen when art forms collide
'It turns out that dancing about architecture—or filming about music—can produce great art'
A brush with... Alvaro Barrington
A brush with... Mandy El-Sayegh
A brush with... Larry Achiampong
From Piero della Francesca's frescoes to John Berger's Ways of Seeing: Suzy Klein on the cultural experiences that have inspired her
The head of arts and classical music TV at the BBC also discusses her love for novelist Nikolai Gogol and Australian comedy series Colin from Accounts
A brush with... Nicky Wilson, founder of Jupiter Artland
'For me, art is to create a moment when you understand something that you had not understood before.'
How will the art market cope with stagflation?
London's National Portrait Gallery's revamp: the review
A brush with... Jeremy Deller
'As politicians look away, we need artists like Steve McQueen more than ever'
The British artist invited dozens of MPs to view his film about Grenfell Tower at London's Serpentine Galleries, but most only showed up after subsequent guilt-tripping
Africa rising: the TV show capturing a continent of creativity
A brush with... Jacqueline Humphries
'Feelings and emotions are dirty words in art': Doris Salcedo on her unflinching works that confront global crises
As her major retrospective opens in Basel, we talk to the artist about her gentle but brutal artworks