Does Hirst's return to painting (with his own hands) mark a new seriousness or just a midcareer crisis? ArtReview meets the man who "took all the money out of the artworld".
"Maybe my heart is really back in the 1940s." Ed Ruscha speaks to ArtReview on the eve of his retrospective at London's Hayward Gallery.
EVERYTHING POPULAR IS WRONG
Part 2 in our series looking at whether artists are just trying to produce artworks that will be well liked.
Having spent years "testing the limits of capitalism", Japan's most successful artist tells ArtReview how he plans to operate in a new economic era.
A black 1971 Chevrolet Impala pulls into Tiny Naylor's drive-in… Ed Ruscha in Reyner Banham Loves Los Angeles (1972)