At Norway’s Lofoten International Art Festival, seaweed took center stage as subject and material for artists and researchers as part of their “Kelp Congress.”
Petra Bauer’s new film Workers! documents an occupation by sex workers, a group in a marginal profession that Trade Unions rarely stand up for and which the public hardly ever sees at work.
This year’s Brighton Photo Biennial searches for a “new Europe,” while expressing sympathy for migrants.
In this surprising use of VR, the camera never leaves the bedroom, as we watch an artist’s mother wake up, check her online dating app, and take medication from a carrier bag full of pills.
In the French town of Nogent-sur-Seine, the Musée Camille Claudel opened last month with 43 of the artist’s sculptures, the largest collection anywhere in the world.
An exhibition at the Grundy Art Gallery looks at how artists have used neon and elements on the periodic table for the past 50 years.
“For me to be really interested in a work of social practice, it has to have political implications that have meaning for that community.”
If you ever get joy from the written word, you might not like “Buoys Boys,” Fiona Banner’s pun-themed exhibition by the sea.
BRIGHTON, UK — Johanna Billing is an artist who orchestrates and films idealistic group activities which involve the viewer, but only up to a bittersweet point.
BLACKPOOL, UK — While obsessed with Felix the Cat, Mark Leckey has his own highly sensitive pair of whiskers.
LONDON — Whether or not they have ever been to Luton, people who know of the place feel they need little introduction.
LONDON — It’s hard to fit the afterlife within a white cube.