From the effects of the economic crisis on art to the power of public participation and the most innovative non-profit spaces across the city
The rebooted Luleå Biennial sees a subterranean exploration of the region’s industrial and militarized past
This edition of ‘Le Printemps de Septembre’ was both an urgent, in-the-moment experience and unapologetic anachronistic throwback
With the reopening of Site Gallery and S1 Artspace, and the rare luxury of studio space in the city centre, the community seems in buoyant health
The second oldest exhibition in the world, held at Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museum of Art, makes the case for ‘museum joy’
A three-hour flight west of Lisbon, a setting of emerald landscapes and panoramic ocean views backdrops this annual Summer project
Jostling with its loud festival neighbours, the UK’s best attended annual visual art festival conducts a polyphonic debate with art of the past
Every night they dissembled the shed; every morning they built it anew
Along the Thames, 50 live performances, sculptures and installations explored home truths of gentrification, domesticity and colonialism
With the 12th edition of the itinerant European biennial opening in Palermo, what do local artists, curators and gallerists think of the project?
From shows exploring transgender issues to work featuring politicians prancing with toilet bowls, much has changed in the Uruguayan capital
From Assemble’s marbled floor tiles to Peter Zumthor's mixed-media miniatures, Emily King reports from the main exhibition
Chris Wiley undertakes a gallery crawl during SP-Arte, taking in shows by Hilma af Klint, Paulo Nimer Pjota and Nicolás Paris
How do you fit 70 exhibitions, 85 partners, 150 artists, and the contents of more than 48 maps and leaflets into 24 hours?
Following the devastation brought by the worst storm ever to hit Puerto Rico, local artists are attempting to imagine a more sustainable future
If the city’s pivot to contemporary art was first realized by landmark construction, then what comes after might not need an address at all
Can an alternative arts network, unmediated by the West's commercial capitals and burgeoning arts economies of China and India, be built?
In Mexico's second city, the third edition of PreMaco arts festival shows it at the forefront of the country's ever-changing art scene
Thinking about propaganda, palimpsests, and a presentation of Tino Sehgal works in Moscow
A slew of shows focusing on Indian modernism in the French capital mark the 70th anniversary of India’s independence