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The rebooted Luleå Biennial sees a subterranean exploration of the region’s industrial and militarized past

By Rosanna McLaughlin

With the Menil Drawing Institute opening on the eve of the US midterm elections, what Houston says about the future of the country

By Evan Moffitt

This edition of ‘Le Printemps de Septembre’ was both an urgent, in-the-moment experience and unapologetic anachronistic throwback

By Declan Long

Held at The Breeder, Athens, this eight-gallery iteration sees a tight and rewarding version of the gallery-share concept

By Izabella Scott

With the reopening of Site Gallery and S1 Artspace, and the rare luxury of studio space in the city centre, the community seems in buoyant health

By Tom Emery

Celebrating its 30th year, the international festival showcases the relationship between the city's art scene and its contemporary dance cousins

By Hili Perlson

A three-hour flight west of Lisbon, a setting of emerald landscapes and panoramic ocean views backdrops this annual Summer project 

By Cristina Sanchez-Kozyreva

Jostling with its loud festival neighbours, the UK’s best attended annual visual art festival conducts a polyphonic debate with art of the past

By Tom Jeffreys

Every night they dissembled the shed; every morning they built it anew

By David Balzer

Cancelled events and financial woes have left neighbours such as CCA and its cultural tenants in a state of limbo

By Chris Sharratt

Along the Thames, 50 live performances, sculptures and installations explored home truths of gentrification, domesticity and colonialism

By Kadish Morris

With the 12th edition of the itinerant European biennial opening in Palermo, what do local artists, curators and gallerists think of the project?

By Barbara Casavecchia

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The first pin I got was ‘Keep the Faith Baby’ – those words were probably the first I read on my own, long before I understood them

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