Opinion

With physical spaces on lockdown, exhibitions and sales rooms are migrating online. Will they ever come back?

By Thomas McMullan

Regional institutions suffer major losses to their endowments, as artists look to emergency grant programmes and New York State considers a rent suspension

By ​Brian Boucher

It’s the most vulnerable that are set to suffer the most and, in the topsy-turvy value system of contemporary art, that means artists and other freelancers

By Chris Sharratt

The psychoanalyst Karen Horney argued that neurosis killed productive artistic practice

By Rob Sharp

For many, talk of wage thresholds and points scored for speaking English will be anathema to a cultural scene defined by its internationalism

By Chris Sharratt

Hardline, right-wing policies restrict entry to the country to ‘the great minds’

By Skye Arundhati Thomas

From ‘Spaceballs’ to ‘The Orville’, the reason why so many interstellar sitcoms fail to raise a smile

By Tom Morton

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?

By Dana Kopel

The first entirely state-funded art museum on the continent is also a relic of a turbulent political and economic history

By Rebecca Anne Proctor

Addressing inclusivity isn’t just about the workplace – it’s about a richer arts scene that is properly reflective of society

By Priya Khanchandani

Shuttered in the city’s crackdown on independent initiatives, the artist-run space provided a model for low-budget, experimental art making

By Carol Yinghua Lu

The 14-day action is a response to the widespread casualization of labour, overwork and pay decreases

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

Video

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The artist talks about the his creative process at a special screening of his newest film Redoubt, at Frieze Los Angeles 2020

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