Ellen Mara De Wachter

Tim Rollins and K.O.S., Animal Farm - Kim Jong-Un (after Orwell), 2017, acrylic and watercolor on book pages on linen, 51 x 66 cm, installation view, Maureen Paley, London. Courtesy Maureen Paley, London, © Tim Rollins and K.O.S.

Maureen Paley, London, UK

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

A walk through London gives presence to those the current government would rather render invisible

31 Women, 2017, installation view. Courtesy: Breese Little, London; photograph: Benjamin Westoby

Breese Little, London, UK

Christopher Kulendran Thomas in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann, New Eelam, 2017, exhibition view at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin. Courtesy: the artist and © Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, SMB, Berlin; photograph: Jan Windszus

How the artists GCC, Lawrence Lek, The Propeller Group, Larissa Sansour and Christopher Kulendran Thomas are visualizing a world in which borders no longer define who we are 

‘Neither’, 2017, installation view, Mendes Wood DM, Brussels

Mendes Wood DM, Brussels, Belgium

On coins and iconoclasm, from Maximinus Thrax to SUPERFLEX

Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France

By Emily Nathan

Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, UK

Satirical TV and the importance of being offended

The Photographers’ Gallery has cleverly paired a show of feminist art by 48 women with an overtly feminist show by a man

The show ‘Punks’, and its poignancy today

This week’s Culture Digest looks at three London shows revisiting movements and revolutions: first up, the V&A’s survey of 1966-70