Highlights from the 2019 international design conference held by Dezeen in London.
Four shortlisted entries focus on the inequalities and injustices of a globalised world still capable of producing horrific conflicts.
One of Europe's leading contemporary art events, the Lyon Biennale, embraces the metro area and the entire region.
A new generation of contemporary artists from the continent has now become an integral part of the global art scene, and a new generation of artists and gallery owners is growing-up in South Africa, Uganda and Angola.
There is plenty to see at the 58th Venice Biennale. From dismembered objects, a film from Chernobyl's "twin sister", and the wreck of a boat on which more than 600 migrants were killed.
The 58th International Biennale Arte in Venice opened this weekend under the title "May You Live In Interesting Times"
What unites philosophy, poetry, mushrooms and worms? Earth Day Season at Somerset House, obviously.
Our interview with artist Thomas Hirschhorn on inventing one's own guidelines.
Disabled Venezuelans reach new heights through dance
How Plumen’s iconic designer lightbulb is changing the world... again.
Museums and galleries across the country have come up with an exciting and diverse program this season.
We tour the latest major exhibition in London showcasing art as a social satire.
A major new free show running in London until January gathers 170 contemporary artworks with a decidedly dystopian view of today's, and tomorrow's, society.
Berlin's international art fair is in full swing, drawing collectors and art enthusiasts to one of the world's most creative cities.
The works of the nominees for this year's UK Turner Prize are on display at the Tate Britain in London with the emphasis very much on video
A ballerina's tutu, submerged in the Dead Sea and "frozen" by accumulated layers of salt into a 200 kg (440 lb) crystal-like sculpture, will soon go on international display, part of a unique artistic project at the lowest point on the planet.
Richard Orlinski talked to Living it about humanity, contemporary art and Lewis Hamilton.
We meet Portuguese contemporary artist Joana Vasconcelos for the opening of her retrospective “I’m your Mirror” at Bilbao’s Guggenheim Museum