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A vast new public art project from McQueen captures 76,000 primary school pupils at a crucial point in childhood.
After three collections, Hall seems to have made the short story genre explicitly her own.
Jarvis Cocker remembers the early days of Thatcher’s Britain, and the art it produced.
What appears the most simple, the work of Lydia Davis tells us, is the most profound.
At the Jerusalem remains a striking example of “imaginative empathy”.
Evaluating Theresa May’s premiership.
After years of dismissal, a new wave of literature sees women confronting an epidemic of underdiagnosed chronic pain conditions.
The couples therapist makes a departure from the world of romantic love.
The self-effacing centre-forward shines a light on the abuse, excesses and infantilisation of modern footballers.
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The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
Atlantics appears at first to be a straightforward romance, but morphs into something quite different.
The story of alien invasion doesn’t so much speak to our times as bawl at them through a loudhailer.