Alexander Adams

Alexander Adams is a British artist and writer. His book Culture War: Art, Identity Politics and Cultural Entryism is published by Societas.

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

No space for art: how the ICA has been using public generosity to promote political activism

Alexander Adams delves into two new books that examine the art theft of occupying armies in two different ages

Jeffrey Jackson’s lively and compassionate account plunges readers into the depths of the Occupation and the Channel Islands’ resistance movement

The British intelligentsia as a class has failed in the most public way possible to defend free speech

Limited to only 206 copies, ‘Francis Bacon: Francophile’ is an attractive book sure to be snapped up by Baconophiles

While the authors of Francis Bacon’s latest biography deliver nothing new on the art, they do show how Bacon lived his life with a unique intensity

Janis Tomlinson’s new biography of Francisco Goya is a well-informed, comprehensive biography that would make an excellent gift for any art lover

Matthew Craske’s book challenges the prevailing idea of Joseph Wright as product and servant of rationalism and Enlightenment

‘Finding Dora Maar: An Artist, an Address Book, a Life’ is Brigitte Benkemoun’s discovery of the provenance of the address book and what it told her about the owner’s life