Culture assistant, New Statesman. Formerly: sub-editor/arts writer at Harper's Bazaar, and freelance music writer with bylines in Crack, DIY, the Line of Best Fit, the NME, Under the Radar
Yana Peel’s recent resignation as CEO of the Serpentine Galleries is the latest in a series of scandals in the art world.
salt slow takes hold of the jittering uncertainty of modern life and picks apart its meaning.
‘Nature and Inspiration’ is open at the Norfolk country house until 29 September
If you love Sally Rooney and Eimear McBride, here’s who else you should be reading
‘Machines do not make us into Machines’ opens at White Cube Bermondsey on 17 April
The author of Children of Blood and Bone discusses black representation, American police brutality, and the beauty of West African mythology
The best-selling author discusses “weedy” boys and all the fun of the summer Season
A new exhibition at the Tate Modern reveals the artist’s extraordinary imaginative powers
Every once in a while, you come across a book that stops you in your tracks
The renowned sculptor’s new show, ‘cul-de-sac’, pushes the boundaries of space
The LA-based songwriter offers an honest, empathetic approach to digesting the 21st-century
Following a sell-out run at Shakespeare’s Globe, the all-female production will move to London’s West End in March
The Kenyan-born artist’s work is on show at Hepworth Wakefield, alongside sculptures by Barbara Hepworth and Edgar Degas