Rant 103: Donald Judd versus Donald Duck
Public galleries were once a place of contemplation, but now they're more like Disney World. Artist Maya Ramsay asks if inclusivity has gone too far?
Rant 102: Creative vultures
Where do you draw the line when it comes to sharing ideas? Steffan Jones-Hughes rants about artists who help themselves
Rant 101: The Political Museum
Bethany Rex sees through the posturing of museums about public engagement and calls for a more honest handling of contemporary political issues
Rant 100: The art of writing about art
It's our 100th Rant! To mark this milestone, Axisweb Director Sheila McGregor makes an old-fashioned plea for better writing about art.
Rant 99: the Unfunded Residency
Is there any point in applying for a residency that offers no financial support? Rosemary Hogarth wants to know.
Rant 98: Elitism or Ignorance?
Ellen Bell asks why commercial galleries in London’s West End treat their visitors with such disdain?
Rant 97: Babyccinos vs Braque
Are some art galleries becoming glorified coffee shops? Iain Aitch thinks it's getting that way!
Rant 96: Prizes and competitions: should artists pay to apply for the ’privilege’ of being considered?
Helen Dryden has something to say about competitions that just want your money!
Rant 95: Art Closes its Eyes - Manifesta in Russia
Hundreds of people have signed an online petition set up by Noel Kelly, President of AICA Ireland, calling on Manifesta to pull out of St Petersburg and show solidarity with Russia's LGBT community.
Rant 94: Health & Safety in the arts
Tired of spending more time on risk assessments than on your work? Maru Rojas is and asks what's wrong with letting artists use their common sense?