Art in the city: London Open 2018
London remains open, is the message being sent out by the Whitechapel Gallery at its latest exhibition
This year's event reflected the huge growth of the contemporary art market in the last five decades
Take a Dive on the Deep Side
Now is not the time for a polite discussion about the world’s ecosystem, according to Lisbon's MAAT director Pedro Gadaho
Dérive by Design
DAMNº speaks to designer Rikkert Paauw about found footage, foraging, and the research of a city
18 years after creating a Holocaust Memorial on the Judenplatz in Vienna, Rachel Whiteread returns to the Austrian capital.
Anna Boghiguian and Hiwa K at the New Museum
No Strange Fruit
Cargo and the banana passport
Nicolas Karakatsanis: DISGRACERS
Solo exhibition, until 6th of May, at Alice Gallery, Brussels.
Brazilian art fair Sp-Arte kicks off its 14th edition
In a climate of a growing global art market, fairs that are locally anchored are according to some sources most likely to survive.
Retail giants creating art foundations being a familiar development of the late 20th century, any enterprise jumping on the bandwagon needs to think of an imaginative way to do things a little differently.
Learning from Havana
Carlos Garaicoa and the canvas of the city
The Canny Uncanny
Carlo Lorenzetti takes theory in hand
thirTEA for ONE
A tea installation by Shaakira Jassat
Reflections of a Digital Hippie
Galit Ariel and the technology of human experience
Jung Lee: dwelling with neon light
The world discovered her images of neon phrases in desolate landscapes through social media.