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Art and Politics

The museum received tens of thousands of pounds to host the Saudi embassy just days after the murder of Jamal Khashoggi 

An exhibition at PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, timed to coincide with the Yalta European Strategy conference, reminds of the corruptibility of culture

By Mitch Speed

How is contemporary Aboriginal art challenging an exclusive historical canon?

By Paola Balla

Bolsonaro’s repeated insults towards women, people of colour and the LGBT community, should have been enough to derail his campaign – it wasn’t

By Fernanda Brenner

Many assume that the greatest challenges facing Cuban artists come from within Cuba – often they don't

By Nestor Siré with Julia Weist

Works by 13 Aboriginal artists prompt reflection on the 1828 atrocity, one which represents the countless other colonial battles fought in Australi

By Wes Hill

Criticism of the show at the Hungarian National Gallery in Budapest comes alongside a nationalist reshaping of the country’s cultural policy

It’s not clear who destroyed the project – part of the Liverpool Biennial – which names those who have died trying to seek refuge in Europe

The disconnect between public museum programming and private hire couldn’t be starker – it’s time for the arts to rethink who it accepts money from

By Mel Evans

Trump’s State Department is more than 3 months late in announcing its national pavilion – testament to the chaos engulfing the administration

By Cody Delistraty

From Stormzy at the Brit Awards to a Steve McQueen film to Forensic Architecture's media archive, what Grenfell has shown us about ourselves

By Ismail Einashe
Aslı Çavuşoğlu, The Stones Talk, 2013, installation view

The artist presents 71 reconstructions of archeological objects in her exhibition at ARTER, Istanbul

By Berin Golonu