Art Monthly is the UK’s leading magazine of contemporary visual art. Published ten times a year in bold black and white, it keeps you in touch with the complex and ever-evolving art world through in-depth features, interviews with artists, profiles on emerging artists and coverage of major trends and developments by independent critics.
In this issue:
Can working-class culture survive in the UK? How art and imagination still survives and evolves.
Does art need to be socially, morally or politically engaged?
The rights and responsibilities of free speech in light of the attack on Salman Rushdie.
Artist profiles on Zinzi Minott and Zach Blas.
News from around the art world from oil activists gluing themselves to paintings, to the return of looted Benin bronzes.