Art & Politics

The collaborative practice, led by Helen Walker and Harun Morrison, uses community networks and humour to tackle serious social issues

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

Corbyn says that the sculptures ‘belong to Greece’, and supports return of all colonial loot in British museums

At BALTIC, Gateshead, the Turner prize-winner uses East African fabrics and the words of renowned black writers to question ideas of belonging

Thoughts on an unpredictable series of local disasters

Kimberly Bradley speaks to ‘the German’ curator on the reasons for his early exit from the Austrian institution

With her retrospective at Manchester Art Gallery, the artist and curator talks censorship, stereotypes and dismantling power in the age of #met

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

Ahead of the museum’s ‘The Future Starts Here’ exhibition, eco-activists protested the sponsor’s production of diesel cars

From hobnobbing with Oprah to championing new art centres, millennial crown prince Mohammed bin Salman is following a well-trodden path

A juror for the award last year, Dan Fox on why the Turner Prize is and always will be political (whatever that means)

Rosemary Laing, Rose of Australia, 2017. Archival pigment print, 100 x 200 cm. Courtesy: Galerie Lelong & Co., New York © Rosemary Laing

Brooklyn Museum’s Catherine Morris discusses two galleries’ approaches to social issues at Frieze New York