Articles by Ravi Ghosh
Digitally streamed plays and live Zoom performances have arisen as temporary solutions to the crisis. But practitioners are preparing some long-term changes, too
That artists, curators and directors will respond to the pandemic in their work is inarguable. Yet my visit to the Whitechapel also proved that the viewer’s role has also changed
The NHS has long been used to anchor British unity—and now, it's more important than ever. Where does that leave Holyrood?
Ravi Ghosh / February 13, 2020
India's Citizenship Amendment Act, passed by Narendra Modi last December, has sparked protests around the nation. At one of the world's largest book fairs, politics takes centre stage