Marina Gerner

Marina Gerner

“Without a way of visualising and recording our spoken words, our world would not be the same”

‘The last time we were in Kiev together, I was a toddler and my mother a young painter with dissident views’

The structures where we spend most of our time affect every aspect of our lives. But too little is being done to make them healthier for all

The salons of Vienna were key spaces for promoting the emancipation of women and Jews

New graphic novels take on difficult subject matter: the lives of Hannah Arendt and Anne Frank

The original designs of the Thames Tunnel were auctioned at Bonhams in London for £200,000 in November

The RA’s Russia show offers a sobering counterpoint to the naivety of Western communists

The tale of two Jewish familes in Baghdad and Budapest

Gogol’s The Nose is mesmerisingly surreal

Tim Judah’s In Wartime provides a first-hand picture of what is happening on the ground in Ukraine