By focusing on Kahlo’s life and her suffering rather than her art, this memorabilia-stuffed exhibition stifles her blazing visionary brilliance
The designer’s ethical stance made her a style outsider – but now the industry is finally catching up. Ahead of a new V&A show, she talks about reclaiming her name, the joy of nature and the trouble with fast fashion
A new V&A exhibition examines the artist’s enduring image. But is fashion’s co-opting of her aesthetic reductive or true to her maverick spirit?
Building inspired by Scottish cliffs will house Beano art and feature ocean liners exhibition
Windermere catches a wave, the V&A unveils the city of tomorrow, and Hope to Nope harnesses the explosive power of graphic design
It was a year that celebrated new dawns. From plywood to postmodernism, from the return of council housing to a Cornish art gallery, our critic picks his highlights