Kerry Brown has provided opinion on Xi Jinpings’s move to investigate Zhou Yongkang for corruption in the Guardian, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal.
Lara Pawson, author of In the Name of the People, selects five essential reads to initiate the uninitiated into the politics, culture and history of Angola.
Mary Heilmann (1940-), Little 9×9, 1973, acrylic on canvas, 55 x 55 x 4.5 cm, Ursula Hauser Collection.
Wim Wenders and Mary Zournazi’s Inventing Peace has been adapted into a three part radio essay series.
Watch Kerry Brown talk to ChinaFile about his new book The New Emperors.
John Tusa writes for the Art Fund on how, and why, the arts enrich lives and boost the economy.
We are pleased to announce that Jemimah Steinfeld has been appointed as Asia House’s Literature Festival Manager.
Mary Linwood (1755-1845), Hanging partridge, after a painting by Moses Haughton the elder, crewelwork embroidery, 62 x 72 cm, privately owned.
With women still not fairly represented in major collections, Susan Best, author of Visualizing Feeling, looks at five women that you should know about.
We have five signed copies of Jan Švankmajer’s Touching and Imagining: An Introduction to Tactile Art to give away.
Peter Prendergast (1946-2007), Deiniolen, acrylic on paper, 54.5 x 75 cm, 1998, illustrated in the book The Art of Peter Prendergast, RCA.
US landmine policy has long been at odds with NATO allies and in the uncomfortable company of Iran and North Korea, but as Matthew Bolton there are signs this is beginning to change.
In the Observer, Kerry Brown’s The New Emperors has been described by Isabel Hilton as an ‘essential read’.