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Chris Sharratt

Artists and lecturers won a landmark workers’ rights case in February, and hope it will have far-reaching consequences

By Chris Sharratt

As leading arts institutions decline donations over opioid links, the artist and activist on why the age of using culture for ‘reputation laundering’ is over

By Chris Sharratt

From a travelogue drenched in the memory of colonialism to a bleak charting of European history in black and white, the festival presents urgent works for uncertain times

By Chris Sharratt

A new show at Collective, Edinburgh, makes poetry of physical actions

By Chris Sharratt

Halwani has created his own emotionally powerful, visually arresting memorial: ‘a small step on a daunting climb’

By Chris Sharratt

With art lessons and trips to museums on prescription, the links between culture and health are being reconsidered

By Chris Sharratt

Recent studies highlight deep precarity in the art world, alongside a renewed push for fairer payment and resistance to ‘self-exploitation’

By Chris Sharratt

An exhibition at CCA Glasgow explores this icon of 1960s Czech new wave cinema by inviting contemporary artists to respond to her work

By Chris Sharratt

From Charlotte Prodger’s Turner Prize win to Glasgow School of Art’s gutted Mackintosh building, a sometimes fraught and rarely dull year in Scotland

By Chris Sharratt

For her very first solo show, the artist brings her own biography onto the walls of Glasgow’s Transmission Gallery

By Chris Sharratt

After a five-year redevelopment of the landmark heritage site on Calton Hill, who will this ‘new kind of observatory’ be for?

By Chris Sharratt

With museums suffering from cash-strapped councils and national cuts, the new plan is ‘miles away’ from addressing the crisis

By Chris Sharratt