Opinion

Robert Rauschenberg, Buffalo II (detail), 1964, oil and silkscreen ink on canvas, 2.44 x 1.84 m. Courtesy: 

Sara Sinclair’s new anthology of interviews recalls the parties, the poverty and the ongoing hero worship

By Cal Revely-Calder

The first in a series looking at alternative approaches to biennials 

By Kristian Vistrup Madsen

The video for Swift’s LGBTQ+ anthem is erected on the stereotype of the redneck homophobe

By Nadine Hubbs

Prada’s latest foray into the Chinese market successfully marries art and brand development

By Bohan Qiu

Christina Hesselholdt’s newly-translated book, Vivian, turns the late American photographer’s life into a novel

By Tom Overton

A surprising discovery in the work of Robert Graves unlocks the meaning of the surrealist’s elusive ‘Pig Rush’

By Chloe Aridjis

An exhibition at RIBA in London details the perilous journey of Central American migrants across Mexico’s frontera sur

By George Kafka

The British Museum’s survey of Japanese comics plunges us into their strange, visionary wonderlands

By Darran Anderson

How Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art’s newly launched School of Art is seeking to promote a more socially engaged educational model

By Chris Sharratt

50 years after it first aired, remembering the television show’s progressive foundational values

By Figgy Guyver

The forthcoming mobile app wants to carry the transactional logic of video games into our unconscious minds

By Gareth Damian Martin

Three new books – from T. Fleischmann, Kathryn Scanlan and Anne Walsh – make a case for the importance of intimacy

By Emily LaBarge

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