How much of the effect is the object reflected, or the reflection of the object?
BP or Not BP? activists staged a protest against Big Oil sponsorship at the British Museum and Science Museum this weekend.
In Packer’s canvases, swathes of abstraction express aspects of human experience that lie beyond representation.
Hundreds have signed a letter denouncing Poju Zabludowicz’s ties to a pro-Israel lobby and the Israeli Air Force.
As the Turner Prize-nominated duo Cooking Sections forcefully reveals, it’s not just salmon that are changing color due to harmful agricultural techniques.
Whiteread has made two full-size structures over the course of the lockdown that suggest a candid act of emotional unburdening.
Black Obsidian Sound System criticized Tate’s alleged censorship of a Black artist and the ongoing struggles of its workers.
Miller didn’t plan to photograph gowns and handbags as bombs rained from London’s skies.
Eight shows over the course of a year loosely explore the eight chapters of Arendt’s 1968 book, Between Past and Future.”
How should we take all this buffoonery? In part, it looks like satire. But what exactly are they poking fun at?
“By allowing Shell to sponsor this exhibition, the Science Museum is helping to boost the company’s cynical greenwash,” said Jess Worth, co-director of Culture Unstained.
Two scientists from London’s Natural History Museum will be assisting NASA’s team in their research about the potential for past life on Mars.