The psychoanalyst Karen Horney argued that neurosis killed productive artistic practice

By Rob Sharp

For many, talk of wage thresholds and points scored for speaking English will be anathema to a cultural scene defined by its internationalism

By Chris Sharratt

The first entirely state-funded art museum on the continent is also a relic of a turbulent political and economic history

By Rebecca Anne Proctor

The 14-day action is a response to the widespread casualization of labour, overwork and pay decreases

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

In the beloved Japanese anime films, childhood is a fantastic place of nightmare and wonder

By Darran Anderson

Russia’s artists see Olga Lyubimova as a chequered figure – but anybody has to be better than her predecessor

By Maxim Edwards

We tend to think of museums as holding the rare, the valuable, the precious. But MOCA was formed to tell the stories no one else thought were worth telling

By Ryan Lee Wong

The inspired demonstrations include singing, dancing, poetry readings, impromptu exhibitions and a monumental fluorescent light sculpture

By Skye Arundhati Thomas

A crop of Hollywood ‘grifter’ films reflect growing pessimism about the state of capitalism 

By Lewis Gordon

Paywalls are going up everywhere, intellectual property is being jealously hoarded, and the long-predicted streaming wars are finally on

By Tom Morton

Or, why the Gulf conflicts never really went away

By Melissa Gronlund

It’s a refusal to learn anything about a culture that could be obliterated

By Benjamin Ramm