In the past 24 hours, Spain has crossed too many red lines in Catalonia for a so-called democracy. The damage cannot be undone, explains Marta Bausells in Barcelona.
Located in the depths of the Chapada Diamantina National Park, Vale do Pati is nearly a days walk from wi-fi, hot water, and human civilization.
It took just four days from the triggering of Article 50 for ex-Tory leader Michael Howard - high on the fumes of toxic British self-importance - to almost declare war on Spain. Viva Britannia!
Photographer Matt Moran digs beneath the surface at the world’s largest greenhouse complex, where poverty stricken migrant workers face a battle for equality.
As Catalonian teenagers performing post-punk in English, Mourn quickly found a worldwide following. Then the real work started.
Spanish artist Mar Cerdà shares what inspires her beyond the weird world of Wes, including paper theatres and French comic Jacques Tati.
Madrid street artist Okuda teams up with The Church Brigade to create a 'Sistine Chapel' for skateboarding.
Paul Mason’s provocative theory argues the building blocks for a postcapitalist future are all around us. But can a young, tech-savvy grassroots overturn entrenched elites and rewrite the rules of the game?
Greece and the rest of Europe are locked in a battle over austerity vs. growth. But is GDP a flawed measure that will lead us further towards catastrophe?
San Sebastian-based artist Daniela Garreton pays homage to the beauty of the sea.