Alexander Adams

Alexander Adams is a British artist, poet, critic and writer. His books Culture War: Art, Identity Politics and Cultural Entryism and Iconoclasm, Identity Politics and the Erasure of History are published by Societas.

There’s nothing natural about the environmentalism of modern eco activists

Damien Hirst’s jokes fall flat, but he still asks for his art to be taken seriously

A new exhibition revels in the intricacies and drama of architectural drawings — and the ruins of buildings they leave behind

The heroic age of polar exploration ended with Shackleton’s death

Harold Rosenberg’s mixed legacy counterbalanced both Communism and formalism

We, too, are exiled from Florence

Louis-Ferdinand Céline was a flawed man, but he should be allowed to be condemned by his words

The promise of John-Paul Stonard’s Creation is poisoned by a revisionist agenda

Despite some political hang-ups, James Fox provides diverting stories on the history of colour

Nudge taught a generation of experts how to manipulate the public, free from scrutiny