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Art & Politics

The US Second Lady has agreed to teach art at a Christian school in Virginia that bans LGBTQ+ students, teachers and parents

In a survey at Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, photographs by Keith Calhoun and Chandra McCormick capture life within the US prison industri

By Evan Moffitt

The 16th edition of the festival peddles a political cinematography of hope, honesty and humility

By Mitch Speed

Latin American artists respond to nationalism, climate change, and other urgent crises

By Fernanda Brenner

In decontextualizing the former Vice President from geo-political circumstance, Adam McKay’s film threatens to add gloss to Cheney’s reputatio

By John Menick

A private show in Stuttgart to neo-Nazi demos in Berlin, queer lessons in times of change

By Kristian Vistrup Madsen

It is not unusual for Cuban artists to grumble about excessive state meddling, but it’s rare for complaints to be aired publicly and collectively

By Coco Fusco

Two London exhibitions by belit sağ address police and military violence committed against Kurdish people in Turkey

By Hettie Judah
The Whitney Museum. Courtesy: Wikimedia

In further news: Paris museums close after Gilets Jaunes protests; Candice Breitz demands release of aid worker

Bruguera was one of a number of artists protesting the controversial Decree 349 which critics say will censor and limit artistic freedom

With the Menil Drawing Institute opening on the eve of the US midterm elections, what Houston says about the future of the country

By Evan Moffitt

‘To remain silent is to be complicit’: more than 100 staff have demanded the museum clarify its policy on trustee participation