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Dispatches

With the Menil Drawing Institute opening on the eve of the US midterm elections, what Houston says about the future of the country

By Evan Moffitt

With censorship, abductions, banned journalists and threats towards artists, the erosion of freedoms has deepened

By Gavin Jacobson

Now open to the public, the prison, modelled on Bentham’s panopticon, gives insight into the tumultuous history of working class uprisings

By Carlos Delclós

The area’s development boom isn’t just in luxury property – the art scene is determined to keep its place too

By Tom Emery

Events that have pummelled Southern California’s news organizations over the past two years seem to have galvanized its local readership

By Jonathan Griffin

While we might not see open censorship be prepared for the vilification of provocative aesthetics

By Kimberly Bradley

Following government plans for a greener less-crowded capital, artists are finding themselves squeezed out 

By Colin Siyuan Chinnery
‘We Were Having An Argument About Kenneth Koch's 'One Train May Hide Another’, 2017, installation view, Kingsgate Porject Space, London. Photograph: Tim Bowditch

A new set of policies and increased possibilities for artists’ studios mark a shift – but is it too late?

By Chris Fite-Wassilak

The city’s Academy of the Arts of the World embraces 'pluriversality' as a counter to an increasingly toxic discourse around migration

By Phoebe Braithwaite

If we want a diversity of art spaces we need to vote with our feet

By Chris Fite-Wassilak

With Art Cologne acquiring abc – art berlin contemporary, what can be expected from the new fair Art Berlin?

By Ana Teixeira Pinto

From growing protests over the gentrification of Boyle Heights to Schimmel leaving Hauser & Wirth, the latest from a mobilizing LA art scene

By Jonathan Griffin