A former police station, Tai Kwun, or ‘big station’, repurposes 16 historic buildings as cultural spaces in the heart of Central
‘Women’s salaries are less than men’s, even though they occupy the same jobs’
A new history of grime, Dan Hancox’s Inner City Pressure, details the rapidly shifting London landscape out of which it emerged
‘The way I see it, the #metoo movement is as much about bringing down certain figures as it is about reconsidering how law is exercised’
Michelle Orange traces the recent history of Iranian films, from Jafar Pahahi’s Taxi (2015) to Mani Haghighi’s Pig
Dolphins, ketamine and leaky realities: Mark Pilkington considers Altered States, 40 years after its release
From Kader Attia's couscous sculptures and Isa Genzken's 'towers', to Rorschach tests and Tony Kushner's Angels in America
In a climate of perma-outrage has live art self-censored to live entertainment?
Jörg Heiser on memes, memory and Errol Morris's Wormwood
In this era of rapid change, an introduction to some of the artists responding to the here and now
Post-Grenfell, mid-Windrush and pre-Brexit, a day-long forum in London invited artists and organizations to re-imagine the communities we live in
German museums are being pushed to diversify their canons and respond to a globalized world – but is ‘cleaning up’ the answer?
With her new show at Victoria Miro, London, the New York-based artist explains why she has chosen to publicly display the intimate activities of her studio practice
Joseph Kosuth talks about Almine Rech (C24)’s solo presentation of his work at Frieze New York 2018