Following the devastation brought by the worst storm ever to hit Puerto Rico, local artists are attempting to imagine a more sustainable future
Grouping 50-plus artists from across the subcontinent and beyond, LB01 brought to light the charged links between art and politics
The area’s development boom isn’t just in luxury property – the art scene is determined to keep its place too
At this year’s platform for experimental music in Bergen, laughter was the most striking sound
If the city’s pivot to contemporary art was first realized by landmark construction, then what comes after might not need an address at all
Can an alternative arts network, unmediated by the West's commercial capitals and burgeoning arts economies of China and India, be built?
In Mexico's second city, the third edition of PreMaco arts festival shows it at the forefront of the country's ever-changing art scene
Mining the history of political insurrection of its host city, a biennial focusing on links between East and West
Culture Lab Detroit’s post-truth conference, the ‘Art of Rebellion’ show and Pope.L’s Flint Water Project
Following government plans for a greener less-crowded capital, artists are finding themselves squeezed out
A new set of policies and increased possibilities for artists’ studios mark a shift – but is it too late?
A report from STANDART - the first contemporary art triennial in Armenia
Matthew Brannon premieres five new works that explore the Vietnam War through meticulously constructed silkscreens at Frieze New York 2018,
Jordan Nassar describes how his presentation in Frame at Frieze New York 2018 unites craft and national consciousness