Kader Attia

The Algerian-French artist’s new show at the Hayward Gallery, London investigates what a museum should be used for

By Jane Ure-Smith

This year’s edition acts as a house of mirrors reflecting the promises of globalization and the ‘intensification and erosion of nationalism’

By Amy Sherlock

At Vitry-sur-Seine's MAC VAL, the artist explores architecture's infliction of violence on the colonized and on those who suffer its legacies

By Aaron Peck

At Haus der Kunst, Munich, artists including Ed Atkins and Otobong Nkanga explore compliance and resistance in an era of wild digitalization

By Franziska Sophie Wildförster


16 Feb
13 May
Photography: Clément Pascal

Major solos and innovative group shows span Zoe Leonard, David Hockney and Latin-American Homoeroticism

Nicholas Mangan, Ancient Lights (detail), 2015, two-screen installation, solar panels, batteries, projectors powered by solar energy, dimensions variable. Courtesy: the artist, Sutton Gallery, Melbourne, Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland and Labor, Mexico

At once stagnant and dynamic, politically tense and blissfully buoyant, the French capital was a strange place to be living this year

By Tom Jeffreys
Kader Attia, Asesinos! Asesinos!, 2014, installation view, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne, 2015. Vehbi Koç Foundation Collection, Istanbul. Courtesy: Galerie Nagel Draxler, Berling and Lehmann Maupin, New York, the artist


30 Sep
19 Nov

Alistair Hudson appointed director of Manchester Art Gallery and the Whitworth; Tate St Ives reopens; Kader Attia wins Joan Miró Prize

The boom in Parisian, artist-run spaces 

By Tom Jeffreys

The Contemporary Art Society acquired two video works for MIMA

Leo Villareal to illuminate London's bridges; Kader Attia files plagiarism lawsuit against French musicians