Artist's book about croissants and consumer lifestyle destroys itself from the inside through use.
Ai Weiwei: Good Fences Make Good Neighbours
From October 12, 2017 to February 11, 2018, in Citywide NYC
A Weekend In Warsaw
The Warsaw Gallery Weekend confirms the reputation of the Polish capital's art scene for being edgy and less market-driven.
Emeka Ogboh's beer inspired by experiences of African migrants in Europe has been nominated for Designs of the Year.
Los Angeles exhibition explores how home can invoke both fear and dread, and nostalgia or comfort.
Thousands of glass bricks constitute artist Jean-Michel Othoniel's latest feat: a towering ripping wave.
Re-centring the Periphery
Cuban artist Carlos Garaicoa talks about the impact of geopolitics on his work and the art world.
Tree of Life
Curator Elien Haentjens on a Belgian-Brazilian design dialogue about the carnauba palm tree.
Last chance to see Grayson Perry's punchy exhibition exploring everyone's favourite scapegoat, populism.
The Rhythm of History and The Everyday
Artist Cevdet Erek uses percussion to amplify universal memories in our next installment of The Life and Times of Istanbul.
Sounding off in Copenhagen
The “hypocritical, ironic, and do not give a fuck” work of Nástio Mosquito headlines Copenhagen Art Week.
Art of conspiracy
Retro sci-fi, childhood conspiracy theories and an American diner act as Trojan horse for artist Monira Al Qadiri's sociopolitical critique.
SALT of The Earth
Continuing The Life and Times of Istanbul series on art and design in the city, discover the SALT contemporary culture institution.
The Life and Times of Istanbul
A new series on the cultural programmes, artists and designers in the transforming Istanbul.
Peter Halley explains how his colourful installations signify the digital system that is closing in on us more and more.