Articles by Emma Crichton-Miller
The Spirit of Diaghilev: a perspective on what Diaghilev unleashed and where it might yet take us. One hundred years ago the great Russian impresario Sergei Diaghilev founded his itinerant...
Despite the controversy of the Arts Council's recent cuts, it's still boom time for the arts in England
Chris Ofili's relationship to the Tate is part of a benign, not a vicious, circle of value
The age of the design prize is upon us. Is it the legacy of makeover TV or of William Morris?
The Wellcome Trust wants more art with its science. Is this a third way for the two cultures debate? Only if it produces masterpieces