Photographer Lewis Bush tracked down the receivers of old secret agent radio broadcasts, capturing the soundwaves that continue to repeat forgotten parts of history.
Hosted at the Barbican, the first comprehensive retrospective of the notorious American artist goes from his graffiti work all the way to his rise to icon status.
Queermuseu, a groundbreaking exhibition on queer identity, was forced to close on Sunday after receiving pressure from far-right and evangelical groups.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei is making history with its newest art exhibit, Spectrosynthesis.
A new exhibition at the Whitney Museum of Art pulls together the most politically charged work of the last century.
Anousha Payne uses 3D printing to carve out a niche between ancient materials and modern technology, rewriting the context of cultural objects.
A new show at London’s Tate Modern uncovers the history of political Soviet art – from leaflets and banners to propaganda posters and periodicals.
Ever felt like tearing an idea to pieces? Artist Cara Mills feeds her imagination into a giant shredding machine, which spits it out in a pile of snowflakes – and helps liberates her creativity.
‘Future Feminism’ – a series of performances, talks, workshops and events – is coming to Aarhus this month.
In a world ruled by screens, Lucy Hardcastle is all about combining technology with tangible experience – lighting up your brain with a satisfying touch.
The poet’s secret artistic talents are unearthed for a new show at Washington D.C’s Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.
On December 31 2020, Anders Weberg will premiere Ambiancé – a film with a 30-day long runtime – before destroying it forever. We meet him to find out why.