With a host of new private museums opening in Cape Town, Sean O’Toole considers the impact on the local arts scene while Amie Soudien
In a still volatile Ukraine the art scene in its capital is attempting to rethink the past in more productive ways
A report from the Chicago Architecture Biennial, whose interesting provocation sadly remains unanswered
A report from the Lofoten International Arts Festival: ‘I Taste the Future’
Buoyed by Manifesta announcing it will dock in the port city in 2020, is Marseille becoming the new LA?
Opened 15 months ago but remaining empty until now, the inaugural show at the landmark Palestinian Museum in Birzeit
The dual sides to the city’s Cph Art Week
In this microcosm of the disenfranchisement of ‘Late Great Britain’, what use is art?
Tracing the constellation of performances across Naples and Stromboli in this year’s Volcano Extravaganza, directed by Eddie Peake
Fifty years after the term was coined, a show in Samos reflects on ‘the unlikely liaison between love and politics’
In the Rocky Mountains resort town, boutique facades hide the remnants of a surprising counterculture
In lieu of institutional support, artists are working together to achieve a remarkable self-sufficiency
Joseph Kosuth talks about Almine Rech (C24)’s solo presentation of his work at Frieze New York 2018
‘The bright yellow square - that’s Hudson’