The Greek capital has been invaded by talking frogs, dyed lambs and marble tents. But many locals are furious at the ‘colonial attitudes’ of the German art extravaganza
The likes of Doug Aitken have decamped to the outskirts of Palm Springs to exhibit large-scale works that challenge the history of the western expansion and appear along the route to a certain music festival
In the dark days of the 1980s, ravers in Sheffield discovered politics, pirate radio and MDMA. Mark Fell explains why he’s channelling Heidegger for his installation on an infamous Sheffield estate
In the historic clan-gathering place, people of all nations enjoy the bunggul sunset dances, clan stories, bark painting and deep soul music
As a child he was mocked for his love of model railways. Now Welsh artist Bedwyr Williams is at the Venice Biennale with his tribute to amateur astronomists. Stuart Jeffries meets a champion of the hobbyist
Artist Martin Creed has asked us all to ring a bell on the first day of the Olympics. Creed believes in public art of the collective, but what does it really mean if we all ring a bell at once?
London’s influential fair has decided to open a Frieze Masters edition, featuring art from before 2000. Not a minute too soon