What chicken nuggets tell us about capitalism, breaking Steve Bannon's spell, and the power of left-wing melancholia: what to read this weekend
From victims of Hurricane Harvey to the music of Roger Waters, 2017 has been full of renewed debate around support for boycotts
Her work animates the consequences of our colonial history and the construction of identity politics: in a divided Britain, will we listen?
Margaret Lee thanks those who have helped her gain a deeper understanding of how to be more empathetic in difficult times
Édouard Glissant’s play Monsieur Toussaint is translated into Creole at this year’s Ghetto Biennale, unpicking Haiti's national heroes
Johan Grimonprez’s recent films explore the mechanisms of the arms trade
Recent instances of censorship show an emboldened far right attacking the arts, queer identity and more: artists, curators and writers respond
What impact has the repressive offensive against demands for independence had on the Catalan cultural scene?
Mining the history of political insurrection of its host city, a biennial focusing on links between East and West
Rebecca Solnit and the Not Surprised letter
Following the Not Surprised letter it’s time to uncouple power from abuse in the art world
In addressing the Anthropocene, how artists are moving beyond cinematic disaster porn to visualize our current state of emergency