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Complicating the ‘disaster narratives’ associated with the Niger Delta by attending to the local ecology, and those responsible for defiling it

At an event hosted by the ICA in London, the whistleblower and activist talked about the dangers of technology and how the US is now ‘like a prison

A new show at London’s Wellcome Collection charts the influence manmade structures have had on health and wellbeing

At Tate Modern, the artist has installed heat-sensitive paint, tear-inducing gas and renamed the Tate extension in honour of a local activist

‘The biggest hurdle we had to overcome was psychological: the belief that there never had been, and never could be, great women artists’

This year’s exhibition recruits the powers of documentary to reflect on what draws us together and holds us apart

An exhibition at Le Stanze del Vetro, Venice, reveals the radicalism of Carlo Scarpa’s reinvention of a traditional craft

If Macron and his administration do not control the public narrative of Muslims in France, someone else will

Leftist histories, state violence and the cracking open of time: can a ‘mere’ competition, and publicity exercise, also speak truth to power?

What does a picture tell? Not one story 

Hosted by the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the eighth edition reveals a Northern California of increasing artistic heterogeneity

To celebrate the publication of Neil Tennant's collected lyrics, Michael Bracewell pays homage to the pop group 

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Frieze Fairs - 16 Oct 2018

Hong Kong-based artist Wong Ping and Camden Arts Centre's Martin Clark talk about the inaugural Emerging Artist Prize at Frieze

Sponsored Content - 11 Oct 2018

With his first German solo show at Blain|Southern Berlin open until 17 November, the New York-based artist discusses using drawings to make sense of his intense childhood in Iran and sound being a guiding force 

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