The art world is not the world, but what the world needs, artists need, too
Neutrality is a veil for wielding power: this is the status quo that requires resistance
The psychoanalyst Karen Horney argued that neurosis killed productive artistic practice
One year into the authoritarian president’s term, Brazilian artists are pushing back against state violence and censorship by summoning the spirit of the ‘sertão’
Q. What should stay the same? A. Curiosity, generosity, care.
Hardline, right-wing policies restrict entry to the country to ‘the great minds’
Five months after its abrupt closure, the LA museum shows no sign of reopening. Where does that leave the growing movement of art worker unionization?
The first entirely state-funded art museum on the continent is also a relic of a turbulent political and economic history
Addressing inclusivity isn’t just about the workplace – it’s about a richer arts scene that is properly reflective of society
In a pastoral Welsh landscape where poets once gathered, the Royal Air Force now trains pilots in warfare
Shuttered in the city’s crackdown on independent initiatives, the artist-run space provided a model for low-budget, experimental art making
Michelle Millar Fisher and Andrea Fraser discuss how to radically reshape the power structures of museums today
The translator of the Nobel Literature Prize winner on jet lag, death threats and insomnia in Poland
‘We need to rebuild solidarity’
As major exhibitions at Nasher Sculpture Center, National Gallery of Art and the Museum of Cycladic Art honour the iconoclastic sculptor, novelist Hermione Hoby reflects on her six-decade career
At Converso, Milan, the artist transforms a baroque church into a playground for sculptural interventions