Iain Millar

There’s something about Amber

Exhibition celebrates film and photography collective in Newcastle that impressed Henri Cartier-Bresson with its record of life up north

The artist who had to wait for the world to catch up

Carmen Herrera, now 100, is the subject of an inspiring new documentary

Murakami’s film debut is anything but ‘superflat’

But whether this post-nuclear parable is fine art or pop culture is harder to discern

French art space forged from metalworks

Venue for socio-political art to open in converted armaments factory in Maubourguet


Vote Bob, vote art: on the campaign trail with Bob and Roberta Smith

As the polls open today, and the UK votes for its next government, the British artist is standing against the architect of the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition’s education policy, Michael Gove. We joined them on the campaign hustings