Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo, and Tai Shani have been shortlisted for the coveted prize.
The work was intended as a public appeal to politicians to make a more stringent and immediate response to regulate the effects of human industry and waste on the environment.
The gallery follows in the footsteps of Tate, the National Theatre, and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
BP or not BP? launched a crowdfunding campaign to build a giant Trojan Horse for its largest protest yet, which will coincide with the museum’s Troy: Myth and Reality exhibition.
Dozens of artists are showcasing at Art the Arms fair in London, a protest exhibition that runs concurrent to the notorious Defence and Security Equipment International.
Throughout his career, Rakowitz has been making artful reconstructions of lost heritage.
At London’s Serpentine Gallery, Faith Ringgold tells stories of race and self-discovery which have too often gone untold.
After London’s Design Museum housed an event hosted by the arms manufacturer Leonardo, more than 40 artists removed their work from an exhibition. The collective says the museum has failed to address their concerns regarding funding policy in the year following.
Rhodes’s diverse collection of feminist films show an obsessive concentration on language as a system of signs that reveals but also reinforces the oppressive structures faced by the world’s most vulnerable populations.
Director Jeanie Finlay talks about her new documentary Seahorse, in which she follows trans man Freddy McConnell through his pregnancy.
The collection of 60 women artists from Tate’s permanent collection, on view through April 2020, tackles the tricky terrain of museum representation.
Artists in postcolonial Casablanca created a specifically Moroccan form of Modernism, merging the influences of Pop art and Hard-edge painting with the rich tradition of abstraction in Berber craft and architecture.