At the crux of this ambitious show lies the question: who is this triennial really for?
A number of galleries have recently been marked for demolition, and a number more fear for their long-term survival
In Eleanor, or The Rejection of the Progress of Love, two women repudiate the long-held expectation: get a husband, make babies
Commemorating the 100th anniversary of WWI, The Head & The Load at Tate Modern makes incomprehension the work’s guiding theme
The punk artists’s invasion of the pitch during the Croatia vs. France match reminded us what Russia’s new ‘normality’ really means
If artificial intelligence were ever to achieve sentience, could it feasibly produce art? (And would it be good?)
Rarely screened for decades, Wanda, written, directed and starring Barbara Loden, is a landmark of American independent cinema
Nods to the game in World Cup celebrations show how dance has gone viral – but unwittingly instrumentalized for commercial interests
A number of exhibitions in London explore how contemporary technologies and lifestyles are changing the architecture of the home
‘You can’t reason with him but you can ridicule him’ – lightweight as it is, Trump Baby is a win for art as a legitimate form of protest
Now open to the public, the prison, modelled on Bentham’s panopticon, gives insight into the tumultuous history of working class uprisings
Can a ragtag cluster of artists, curators and critics really push back against our ‘bare’ art world?
For our ‘Altered States’ issue, a specially-commissioned video, Fourth State, featuring filmmaker and artist David Lynch
As Varejão’s ‘Saunas and Baths’ paintings and ‘Meat Ruins’ sculptures go on show at Victoria Miro, Venice, the Brazilian artist on her work’s layers of meaning