‘An international subconscious awareness of capitalism’ is the first solo-show of Argentinian artist Liv Schulman at the Venetian gallery A plus A .
From next week, I will start a new column for FAD exploring the shared space between food and art. This article is an introduction to this research. Called FOOD ART, it will explore the intersections, collaborations, and engagements between the two cultural spheres.
An exhibit by controversial artist Dana Schultz, accused of profiting from black pain, has led to anger, the latest in an increasingly long line of art world protests
Bermondsey’s Drawing Room styles itself as Europe’s only public non-profit gallery dedicated to drawing.
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?
Thirty-five protesters occupy 1840s room at London gallery two days before UN climate change talks open in Paris
British embassy officials say celebrated Chinese artist failed to declare his record on application – but supporters say he was never actually charged with a crime
Liz Crow appeared on Trafalgar Square’s fourth plinth dressed as a Nazi. This week, she’s living the most private part of her life in a gallery. Here she explains why
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
Moscow court extends Pussy Riot trio’s detention without setting trial date leading to more public acts of defiance around the world
It’s all business at the Manhattan edition, and provocations of the type London audiences have come to expect are not in evidence
The fair faces the threat of protests by the Occupy movement against art commercialisation as it makes its first trip abroad
being a survey of friendly protests and other creative acts wholly illustrating the artist’s verve, love, wisdom and wit forged… Read More