The Barbican survey’s biographical focus detracts from the fervent energy of the paintings themselves
The acclaimed filmmaker insists we notice skin colour, and acknowledge the politics of its presence and presentations
Chris Fite-Wassilak is an art writer based in London.
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A court recently ruled that the ancient site be reconverted into a mosque, casting the fate of its well-preserved mosaics and wall paintings into question