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.
Fountain of fun
Studio GGSV explain their interactive Pompidou installation that invites kids to remix and reimagine 40 years of art and design.
To See A World In A Grain Of Sand is a new project by Atelier NL and they want your sand samples.
Exhibition of objects at Somerset House in London plays a game of Would I Lie To You?
A seaside story
Paris's 5.5 designstudio have made beach accessories that echo the modernist architecture of La Grande Motte.
‘No space is a good place’
Depot Basel has closed its doors but, says co-founder Matylda Krzykowski, it’ll be back in a new form.
Experiments into contemporary stone utensils by the Campanas, the Bouroullecs and others propose thrilling new forms.
The queen of the selfie since long before Instagram, now you can follow Cindy Sherman there.
Tallinn Biennale asks: Can a city's wastewater be transformed into gas, food and fertile soil using a biotechnological ecosystem?
New Forensic Architecture project reveals exactly how objects bear witness to crimes.
Faraway, So Close – 25th Biennial of Design (BIO 25)
Ljubljana, until 29 October 2017
Daan Roosegaarde to develop smog free bicycle
as announced at the World Economic Forum in Dalian, China.