GLENN LIGON: During the past two decades Ligon has developed a practice that addresses the politics of race and sexuality with conceptual verve and confrontational panache. His output has not only famously digested the work of others - sources as varied as Richard Pryor, Jasper Johns and Gertrude Stein - but has often cannibalised itself. Here, a look at what comes next.
Special Focus: London Review Marathon
Feel the burn. Hot on the heels of our summer 2008 marathon reviewing session, we decided to put a further four critics through their paces. A hundred exhibitions seen and rated in a single week? Work it!
JIM HODGES: on the eve of an exhibition of new work, Hodges discusses the processes and ideas that power his art.
Post negative eugenics … what? ERIK PARKER knows, and his paintings explore the implications.