In the context of increasingly sadistic attacks on Muslim people, the Glasgow-based artist provides a space for grief and dreaming
In further news: Chinese filmmaker Huang Huang arrested; Germany to return 15th-century stone cross to Namibia
In further news: EU parliament calls for Nazi-looted art to be returned; and are art museums becoming more diverse?
Selections include Kathy Acker’s solo show at the ICA, Pedro Neves Marques at Gasworks and Banu Cennetoğlu’s pair of exhibitions in New York and Düsseldorf
The new document offers advice on EU funding, travel and movement of goods
‘Light was shone into the darkest corners of the continent to reveal the most wonderful traditions, which had been isolated by cold war ideologies and boundaries’
A new study claims that the differences between Leavers and Remainers in the UK extend to artistic taste
The UK prime minister has revealed plans for celebrations in 2022 ‘to showcase what makes our country great today’
It’s not clear who destroyed the project – part of the Liverpool Biennial – which names those who have died trying to seek refuge in Europe
‘The cultural sector will suffer and we will suffer’ – a new report calls for preferential agreements for EU arts workers
The online petition organized by Green Party MPs warns that far-right politics across the continent has dangerous implications for the arts
The planned increase for 2021–27 would take cultural sector funding to EUR€1.9 billion but post-Brexit, UK eligibility is uncertain
Kirsty Bell, Ahmet Öğüt, Ming Wong and Slavs and Tatars share their highlights of the coming year’s shows: can we break with art-business as usual?
A weekend reading list on the UK vote to leave the European Union