Arts & Culture
Arts & Culture
3 August 2018

Nietzsche and the struggle against nihilism

Even the most courageous minds sometimes seek solace in fantasy.

2 August 2018

William Blake: poet of the human potential

He was so much more than a nature-loving mystic.

27 July 2018

Dorothea Lange can speak for herself

Curators need to stop crowbarring their politics into retrospectives.

10 July 2018

The King and I: a West End treat

Those crying ‘Western imperialism’ are really missing the point.

6 July 2018

Fearful, joyful sex

The playwright behind The Inheritance talks EM Forster, the AIDS crisis and the eternal joy of sex.

29 June 2018

Martin McDonagh has the last laugh, again

The Lieutenant of Inishmore is as rebellious as it was 20 years ago.

28 June 2018

Frida Kahlo: art trumps identity

She may be an icon – but it’s time to recognise her as a great artist, too.

26 June 2018

The philistine destruction of Johnny Depp

Rolling Stone’s hatchet job shows little understanding of what makes a great artist.