Yoko Ono: To the Light reviewed by Adrian Searle →
Lost in the Yoko Ono labyrinth A see-through maze, naked buttocks filmed mid-stroll, an all-white chess set … Adrian Searle likes Yoko Ono most when she’s not trying to be meaningful
Fantasy art school: who would you like to be...
Fantasy art school: who would you like to be taught by?
Bob and Roberta Smith: 'I wish I'd been taught by Theodor W Adorno and Walter Benjamin, and at primary school by Michael Rosen, who could have warned me about the dangers of too much entertainment on the 1970s TV programme Play Away.'
Fantasy art school: What about you? Who would you like to be taught by?
Jenny Saville interview →
“I’m not anti conceptual art. I don’t think painting must be revived, exactly. Art reflects life, and our lives are full of algorithms, so a lot of people are going to want to make art that’s like an algorithm. But my language is painting, and painting is the opposite of that. There’s something primal about it. It’s innate, the need to make marks....
Hogarth revisited: Grayson Perry uses tapestries... →