Amid the chaos of war, artworks can go missing. Sebastian Poplawski tells the tale of a Venetian artist in Poland. It bridges the eighteenth and the twentieth centuries.
Ahead of COP26, our stringers file their reports: Noni Shannon in Sydney, Tom Luckock in Beijing, Caroline May in London
Seven writers—Yasmine Wilson, Paolo Pinna, Russ Trice, Yoga Prananto, Timo Noftz, Sue Ann Gan, Jonae Felton—go sailing and paddle-boarding and canoeing
Kenneth Gray was surrounded by bad music when he was young. Things improved as he got older.
The moving image
The Icelandic writer Gunnar Benediktsson on Chaplin's little tramp and Paul Klee's 'Angel of History'
Fear Is My Homeboy. The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. The Color of Law. Vanisha Weatherspoon in Texas shares her bookshelf.
'I am a woman of faith. I’m a black woman. I’m black before I’m a woman.' Shauna Clark—in conversation with Ingeborg Alexander in 2021.