The art world is not the world, but what the world needs, artists need, too
The Golden Lion-winning Lithuanian Pavilion, ‘Sun & Sea (Marina)’, crafts an endless pop song for the end times
Leftist histories, state violence and the cracking open of time: can a ‘mere’ competition, and publicity exercise, also speak truth to power?
From Budapest to Liverpool, a resurgent far-right poses a great threat to cultural freedom
‘Art is not CNN,’ says Banu Cennetoğlu – new works produced with London’s Chisenhale Gallery ask: are you paying enough attention?
Laments for the dead are performed in a secret crypt beneath Islington Green
Inspired by L. Frank Baum’s illusory city, K11’s first in-house curated show looks to the hidden forces structuring how we see the world
From a drone strike in Pakistan to reconstructing Syrian torture cells, a survey of the Eyal Weizman-led 'counter-forensics' agency at London's ICA
From Ragnar Kjartansson’s Italo-pop-infused The Sky in a Room to Matt Stokes’s happy hardcore recitals: the organ’s profane potential
Ahead of a show at Amsterdam’s EYE Filmmuseum, how the documentarian’s wandering gaze takes in China’s landscapes of loss
Reopening after a two-year hiatus, London’s brutalist landmark is more than a match for the photographer’s blockbuster capitalist realism
Highlights from the 2018 edition of Condo London, a collaborative exhibition by 46 galleries across 17 citywide locations
The staging of an international art biennial in Anren, China, contained both Potemkinist ambition and Brechtian drama
Thinking about propaganda, palimpsests, and a presentation of Tino Sehgal works in Moscow
For the 6th Amsterdam Art Weekend, our picks of the best shows and events across the Dutch capital
Rebecca Warren lines up a parade of pagan bronzes for Tate St Ives’s newly opened gallery
Ahead of the tenth anniversary edition of Brussels Gallery Weekend, a preview of the shows not to miss around town
In this microcosm of the disenfranchisement of ‘Late Great Britain’, what use is art?
From an inflatable anti-capitalist dragon to the shattered shadow of Robert Burns: highlights from this year’s Edinburgh Art Festival
The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art inaugurates its biennial artists’ award with a show marked by the idea of transference