Now You See Us – Women Artists in Britain 1520‑1920

Yoko Ono – Music of the Mind

Philip Guston (1913‑1980) bearing witness to brutality and injustice

Divas – What are they good for?

Women in Revolt – art and activism in the UK 1970 to 1990

Marina Abramovic – Diva of performance art

A letter from Palestine

Ai Wei Wei – art against tyranny

The Rossettis – a radical refugee family

Ai Weiwei  – Making Sense


Women’s abstract art ‘re‑discovered’

Alice Neel, painter and anarcho humanist, 1900‑1984

An evening with Pavel Otdelnov

Fly in League with the Night

The Forgotten Women of Surrealism: A Magical, Short Animated Film

Women Making Modernism

Crosscurrents and the Force of Nature – Winslow Homer

Feminine Power

A Caribbean Carnival of protest

Migration, homesickness and the Arab Street

Audiences as performers – Lubaina Himid

Questioning the Whiteness of Western Art

Desire International – Russian LGBTQ Art at Pushkin House

Response to Neil Faulkner

In praise of Manchester Art Gallery – helping people look at art differently

Shakespeare, Trotsky, and the Nature of Art

Little Amal Meets Alice

Anish Kapoor: Painting

Windrush artwork in Hackney is a worthy legacy

The History of Palestine told in Embroidery

My Cultural Highlights

Picture of the week: Forgotten Woman Painter

Picture of the Week: Reflections on Monet’s Water Lilies