In this centenary year of her birth, Carrington is at last receiving the attention she deserves.
The artist on Kate Moss, time travel and life after the YBAs.
Her self-portraits have never felt so relevant.
Cornell was a wildly prolific artist, yet in this beautifully unfussy, almost minimalist survey of about 80 of his boxes and collages, you will find not a single dud.
Richard Dadd painted some dazzling visions abroad but found peace within the walls of Broadmoor.
John Leigh's Touché: the Duel in Literature wears its learning lightly.
Barbara Hepworth’s work and its universe of meaning.
As Shoes: Pleasure and Pain opens at London’s V&A, Jane Shilling explores why our footwear carries such emotional weight.
How symbolism and happiness are captured in joint American-Cuban cultural endeavours.
Tom Humberstone’s weekly comic.
Michael Prodger on new books from Julian Barnes and Michael Craig-Martin.
Twenty years ago, Labour won a landslide on a tide of optimism. Where did it all go wrong?
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