As Trump casts his shadow over the city, the art world has found ways to respond
The fourth edition sees Saudi artists delivering work that is unfettered, brave and relevant
Hockney’s masthead for The Sun and ways to make the bubble bigger: a cultural report from the capital
Is a shipping container a good metaphor for a white cube, or vice versa?
A report from Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016
The audacious mixing of heritage and innovation in the Georgian capital
How the history of the Colombian capital will impact the future of the region for artists
Two exhibitions in Cologne and Düsseldorf showcase the unique history of art in the region
Naama Tsabar, the death of Castro, and Rem Koolhaas's new ‘hub for the cultural elites’
In a city where food is top of the cultural pile, several small alternative spaces are leading the emergence of a vibrant contemporary art scene
Shenzhen: so close to Hong Kong by any means you choose – bus, train or ferry – and yet so far
A report from the September’s Springtime biennial in Toulouse
Why did artist Eric Wesley take over a disused Taco Bell in Middle America?
On the occasion of his solo exhibition at Stephen Friedman Gallery, London (8 Feb – 10 March) Brazilian painter Luiz Zerbini gives an insight into how he makes his vividly figurative and abstract canvases