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Ai Weiwei says he’s changed his mind about social media: ‘They will not allow what they don’t like’

Exclusive: Dissident artist and activist described how he’s lost faith in platforms like Facebook and Twitter in an interview with The Independent

Ai Weiwei: ‘Lego is no different from Rembrandt or Van Gogh’s paint’

The Chinese art provocateur has been beaten, locked up, and put under house arrest – which is where he got the idea to work with a quite unexpected artform. Then again, he’s always been one to keep us guessing. He talks to Kevin E G Perry about battling state oppression, writing a memoir for his son, and why there’s no hope for social media

Lockdown lifted: The best art picks for May to July, from live music and theatre to comedy and art exhibitions

As art galleries and performance venues begin to open their doors once more, The Independent’s culture team picks some of the best events taking place in the coming months

When do museums and art galleries open?

Commercial galleries are permitted to open five weeks earlier

Tracey Emin rebukes people complaining about her health insights: ‘F*** them’

During cancer treatment, Emin lost her bladder, uterus, ovaries, lymph nodes, part of her colon, her urethra and part of her vagina

‘Like a contest entry from a toddler’: David Hockney design for London Underground savaged by public

Simplistic design was shared on social media by London mayor Sadiq Khan

Emily Ratajkowski selling NFT to ‘buy back’ her own image

Artist Richard Prince used an Instagram photo of the model for his ‘New Portraits’ series

Ralph Fiennes, Andrew Lloyd Webber and more sign pro-Covid status certification letter to Boris Johnson

Stars wants to get theatres and festivals up and running again without restrictions as soon as possible

Summer 2021 guide: The films, gigs, plays, exhibitions and comedy shows arriving as lockdown eases

Everything to have on your radar

Damien Hirst, Fact Paintings and Sculptures, Gagosian King’s Cross: ‘Heavy handed and disingenuous’

The artist’s new exhibition is beautifully timed, says Mark Hudson, but new works that don’t seem to involve any real effort or risk beg the question why should the viewer bother to make any emotional investment in them?

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