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
A visit to Belgrade for the first exhibition produced as part of Balkan Projects
The city’s Academy of the Arts of the World embraces 'pluriversality' as a counter to an increasingly toxic discourse around migration
With a strong surrealist strain, and including a welcome number of female artists, highlights from the 48th edition of the photography festival
A walk through London gives presence to those the current government would rather render invisible
Protests against housing inequality, tourism and a colonialist past have been roiling across the Catalan capital
In a city of maddening contradictions, artists have learned to adapt in manifold ways
What might the late Mark Fisher have made of the UK’s General Election?
Kosovo-born Sislej Xhafa's first exhibition in Germany speaks to the artist's concerns around identity politics and his birthplace
With her current solo show at Anton Kern Gallery, New York, the Dutch-American artist explains her travelling, hybrid procession-protest piece which uses graphic design and portable sculptural pieces to champion women’s rights