Arts & Culture
Arts & Culture
10 October 2017

Can Saatchi still shock?

A new exhibition suggests iconoclasm is a spent force.

6 October 2017

The fall of the rock stars

David Hepworth’s Uncommon People is a comedic requiem for a lost age.

5 October 2017

Follies: sorrow and spectacle

The Sondheim show has finally got the London run it deserves.

2 October 2017

Basquiat versus Banksy

One was an artist, the other just a talented graphic designer.

29 September 2017

If Nietzsche were alive today...

Patrick West’s new book casts a searching, Nietzschean eye over the present.

27 September 2017

Mel Brooks and the philistinism of PC

Think edgy material has no place in comedy? Watch Blazing Saddles.

27 September 2017

The Juggalos’ fight for freedom

Forget the alt-lite provocateurs, these clowns are the real deal.

25 September 2017

Trouble at the Tate

It’s too big, obsessed with identity politics and run by cultural relativists.

22 September 2017

Oslo: the death of ethical foreign policy

A play on the 1993 Middle East deal reminds us how bad good intentions can be.

18 September 2017

The Death of Stalin: the arrival of Iannucci

In his first non-spin-off film, the writer-director hits on something profound.