The city fo Kassel wants to relocate Olu Oguibe’s public sculpture, commissioned for last year’s Documenta.
Police officers reportedly broke open the door to Kalabal!K, an anarchist library, and raided an apartment in the same building while executing a search warrant for two men.
The inaugural exhibition in SALT Beyoğlu’s revamped space, which was shuttered in 2016, features works by the Turkish artists Aydan Murtezaoğlu and Bülent Şangar.
The Zone à Défendre sprang up in the late 2000s in opposition to construction of a new airport in western France; now that project has been abandoned and authorities want to evict hundreds of occupiers.
To mark the eighth anniversary of President Lech Kaczyński’s death in a plane crash, Polish artist Pawel Althamer brought a renegade tribute to the presidential palace in Warsaw.
From a show of queer art shut down in Brazil to a painting removed from an art fair in the United Arab Emirates, cultural censorship was rampant this year.
KULT! Legends, stars and images, investigates how the Zeppelin legacy can be read through categories of cults that persist today.
Activists took over the revered theater on Friday to protest the city’s accelerating gentrification.
Activists have occupied Berlin’s Volksbühne because of concerns that the “neoliberal” art world is taking over the legendary theater.
In Candice Breitz’s video installation, six men and women recount their stories, which are then reinterpreted by Alec Baldwin and Julianne Moore.
It remains a question whether Learning from Athens actually manages to learn anything from Greece and its financial crisis.
Artists rallied outside the Gogol Center in support of Kirill Serebrennikov, an outspoken critic of Putin and the Russian Orthodox Church.