When engaging with queer theory, Dana Heller argues the catfight is able to move beyond simply luxuriating in the image of femininity as wanton eye candy.
Frank Holl: Emerging from the Shadows represents the first major retrospective in more than 100 years of this eminent Victorian artist.
Anthony Amies (1945-2000), Rain Soaked Field – Suffolk, 1978, oil on canvas, 76 x 78 cm, The Picker House Collection.
Tarot reading is a culturally marginalised activity, yet it is an experience that still attracts educated secular intellectuals. So what’s the appeal?
Mohammad Khatami decided not to run for President at this year’s Iranian election. Rather than a crisis of faith in Iranian politics, it merely demonstrates his unyielding allegiance to the Islamic Republic.
Peter Doig, Canoe Lake, 1997, oil on canvas, 200 x 300 cm, Saatchi Gallery.
Our understanding of the First World War tends to focus on trench warfare, but by looking at the perspectives of British pilots the limitations of an army-centric approach is revealed.
100 years after Emily Wilding Davison lost her life at the Epsom Derby, the Suffragettes’ legacy lives on as modern day feminists continue to use the female body to confront depoliticisation.
Adriaen Coorte (ca. 1665 – after 1707), Still Life With Asparagus, 1697, oil on canvas, 25 x 20.5 cm, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
In our final instalment from Writing Revolution, Jamal Jubran writes lightly and candidly about growing up an outsider in Yemen, and language’s ability to empower.