The public should decide what becomes of public art.
Miriam Elia tells Wendy Earle why she's rebelling against the art world.
A new Tate exhibition shows that contemporary art is now just about whinging.
The politicised, unsubtle curation makes for a wearying experience.
The sculptor emerged at a time when artists believed they could change the world.
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Portraiture doesn't work when it's so self-consciously intellectual.
This zany Tasmanian art gallery lays the limits of contemporary irony bare.
The new policy of cultural democracy is bad for culture and bad for democracy.
Using museum exhibitions to ‘tell a story’ patronises the public.