The Showroom, a contemporary art space based in London, teamed up with Filmmaker Producer Reece Ewing to present IN·FLO·RES·CENCE – a major new project which sees 12 musicians from across the globe create new compositions in response to daily life during the pandemic.
Delfina Foundation recently launched its new publication Politics of Food, which gathers together research dating back to the origins of the foundation itself.
Ex-Delfina Resident Asunción Molinos Gordo explores the inequalities inherent in the global food system in her first UK solo exhibition Accumulation by Dispossession. Curated by Dani Burrows.
Bermondsey’s Drawing Room styles itself as Europe’s only public non-profit gallery dedicated to drawing.
Turner prize-winning artist says he hopes posters are self-explanatory – especially after Theresa May’s social care U-turn
Permission for artwork – the largest ever to be installed in Westminster Hall – took six years to obtain, and will showcase 200 years’ worth of dirt and dust
The best political art is always viciously negative. And the monsterly qualities of Donald Trump are crying out for some hard-hitting mockery. So where are the likes of Chuck Close and Jeff Koons?
Southwark opts for rival proposal from Mayfair-based property developer that includes only 50 artists’ spaces in Peckham multistorey
Let’s take a moment to congratulate Sarah Lucas on being one of the best artists alive.
Politics, skater girls, hyper-realism, 3D sculpture and photography meets collage
This week’s top 5 features abstract painting, the politics of war, aerial photography, twitter and veiled figures
This account, based on illicit interviews, reveals an artist weakened by incarceration, but a figurehead still for China’s vital cultural movement
Once again, the top jobs at two major British cultural institutions, the BBC and the Royal Opera House, have gone to male appointees
Actor Sir Patrick Stewart and author Sarah Waters also offer prizes at party’s first annual arts dinner
Price criticises introduction of Ebacc and withdrawal of state funding for humanities and arts at universities
More than 100 jobs will go at funding body, which also faces regional restructuring
My placard for the Future that Works march highlights the importance of creativity in schools. Make your own banners – and bring the art of protest to the demo
Half of galleries may be forced out as upmarket London art district faces being ‘killed off by the greed of the landlords’
Stockwell Studios sold by ‘John Lewis council’ to housing developer after artists spent £70,000 on renovations
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