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It’s the most vulnerable that are set to suffer the most and, in the topsy-turvy value system of contemporary art, that means artists and other freelancers

By Chris Sharratt

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

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

Green unpleasant land? As the UK braces for election week, it might be time to abandon the myth of Englishness

By Adam Harper

This year, all the shortlisted artists were named joint winners – what to make of this act of (institutionally approved) subversion?

By Tom Morton

Activists dressed as Greek gods and goddesses drenched in oil

By Frieze News Desk

To expect the progressive, internationalist art world to participate in a celebration of Brexit is to fire a volley into the culture war

By Tom Morton

Decision follows several arts institutions including the Royal Shakespeare Company and National Theatre cutting ties to fossil fuel giants

By Frieze News Desk

From organizing against arts cuts to an ‘Acid Corbynist’ listening session, can Momentum’s festival of ideas foster collective hope against right-wing media and politicians?

By Juliet Jacques

Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo and Tai Shani fill Margate’s Turner Contemporary with imagined communities and cities

By Juliet Jacques

Cash-strapped schools in deprived areas across the UK have been particularly hard hit by the shift away from the arts

By Chris Sharratt

In further news: The Met is hiring its first full-time curator of Native American art; Michael Rakowitz named Nasher Prize laureate

By Frieze News Desk