Chris Fite-Wassilak is a writer and critic who lives in London, UK.
From Somerset to Menorca, H&W’s ‘art centre’ model has redefined what a commercial gallery can be. Can our public institutions compete?
How dystopian literature influenced the meal replacement industry
With dead ends and doors to nowhere, the recent works of the Scottish artist articulate contemporary forms of nihilism
From tapestries of ‘Tootsie Rolls’ to excerpts from a burnt-out dystopia: here’s what’s on in the UK capital
With galleries reopening after the summer break, a guide to the best of the new season shows in the capital
‘I'm interested in the voice as author, as witness, as conduit, as ventriloquist’ – the artist speaks about what comes next
With her show opening at Kunstraum in London tonight, the artist's choreographed performances capture bodies in flux
Auto Italia, London, UK
A new set of policies and increased possibilities for artists’ studios mark a shift – but is it too late?
If we want a diversity of art spaces we need to vote with our feet
Museum Sztuki, Łódź, Poland
Hockney’s masthead for The Sun and ways to make the bubble bigger: a cultural report from the capital
Carroll/Fletcher, London, UK
Envisioning hybrid ecologies of the next age: Rachael Champion, Joey Holder (currently in Deptford X festival, London) and Rolf Nowotny
Various venues, Liverpool, UK
Studio_Leigh, London, UK
Various venues, Budapest, Hungary
The curatorial theme of ‘plumbing’ ties together the video works and performance pieces on view at the Hotel Holt, a venerated Icelandic institution
Ludwig Múzeum, Budapest, Hungary
Hong Kong, China