The Drawing Center, in New York, presents a historically and formally diverse collection of works by incarcerated artists
Associated with Adolf Hitler’s rise to power, Potsdam’s Garrison Church is a ‘symbol of unity between the church, state and military’
How the artist’s work expressed the feeling of being silenced
Ahead of the presidential elections on 31 March, the far-right has begun to target cultural institutions
Following a New York gallery pulling a show after neo-Nazi claims, can we no longer trust in the ‘marketplace of ideas’?
An exhibition featuring the noise musician was cancelled after a backlash around his links to white supremacists
A brief history of the Venice Biennale
From the perversity of suburbia to the politics of partying: what to read this weekend