With global issues cutting across disciplines, a number of projects are showing where the mixing of art and science can prove productive
Patrick Grainville's new novel, Cliff of Fools, captures the life of the artist as vividly as his own canvases
At the Centre Pompidou-Metz, the past year has seen the most extensive survey of contemporary Japanese art outside of the country in 17 years
From The X-Files to The Orville to Black Mirror: what role does sci-fi play in our age of fake news?
Ignoring its faux-dissident title, this year's edition at the New Museum displays a repertoire that is folky, angry, funny, urgent and poignant
An insight into royal aesthetics's double nature: Charles I’s tastes and habits emerge as never before at London’s Royal Academy
At transmediale in Berlin, contesting exclusionary language from the alt-right to offshore finance
From Shanghai to Dubai, a new history charts the frontiers where underground scenes battle big business for electronic dance music’s soul
Paul Thomas Anderson's latest film is both gorgeous and troubling in equal measure
The question at the heart of Manchester Art Gallery’s artwork removal: what are the risks when cultural programming takes up an activist mantle?
The Dutch museum’s decision to remove a bust of its namesake is part of a wider reconsideration of colonial histories, not without its detractors
At New York’s Metrograph, a diverse film programme addresses a ‘central problem’ of feminist filmmaking
With the sad news of the passing of Jack Whitten, revisiting a trip we made to artist's studio last year
Exploring New York City in the footsteps of Frank O’Hara