Slavs and Tatars

Why the rise of ‘curatorial collectives’ spells an uncertain future for the profession

By Mohammad Salemy

With Art Toronto opening on 25 October, don’t miss out on all that the city has to offer

By Jill Glessing

From political caricatures to self-contradictory statements by Donald Trump, this year’s edition of the biennial pays tribute to the potential of satire

By Emily McDermott

Specially commissioned recipes by nine artists, including Otobong Nkanga, Heather Phillipson and Rirkrit Tiravanija, ranging from abstract to delectable 

Kirsty Bell, Ahmet Öğüt, Ming Wong and Slavs and Tatars share their highlights of the coming year’s shows: can we break with art-business as usual?

Critical Art Ensemble, Radiation Burn: A Temporary Monument to Public Safety, 2010, performance documentation. Courtesy: the artists

Blast Theory, Forced Entertainment and Slavs and Tatars: collectives fusing theatre, art, performance and politics to create interactive experiences

By Nick Thurston

A special list curated by Asia Art Archive

By Asia Art Archive

Contributing editor Krzysztof Kosciuczuk selects his favourite shows from the Polish capital

By Krzysztof Kościuczuk
Daniel Buren, Les cabanes éclatées imbriquées, travail in situ (Exploded Overlapping Cabins, Work in Situ), 2011, installation view at Centre Pompidou-Metz

Dan Fox invited eight artists and artist groups to reflect on their relationships to curators and curatorial discourse

By Dan Fox