Dinh Q. Lê’s The Colony – art correspondent Ann Jones on bird shit and drones
Indy Datta straps on the VR headset for a technologically bleeding-edge interpretation of the Icelandic musician’s bruising 2015 breakup album, Vulnicura.
Sarah Slade revisits David Bowie Is, the documentary made about the 2013 V&A exhibition, which is showing in cinemas across the UK tonight.
In which Ann Jones goes for a stroll around something new.
Ann Jones reports from the 56th Venice Biennale
Ann Jones finds that the Agnes Martin retrospective at Tate Modern provides some welcome light and space amid the frenetic early summer art season Continue reading Agnes Martin
A visit to MIRRORCITY makes Ann Jones reflect on the way curatorial decisions affect the way we see art.
Ann Jones visits two very different art installations currently showing in central London and finds both provide space to think.
Phil Concannon watches Matthew Barney’s Cremaster Cycle and River of Fundament. Read on if you dare.