Activists to stage alternative biennial in Havana
Independent artists groups plan to put Cuba's controversial Decree 349 to the test
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Why we need an independent biennial in Havana
The San Isidro Group of Cuban artists explain their plans for the Bienal Sin 349
Pussy Riot supporter Pyotr Verzilov in critical condition after suspected poisoning
Activist who was recently imprisoned for Russian group's World Cup protest in July "lost his vision, speech and ability to walk"
Philippines Supreme Court upholds conviction of artist-activist Carlos Celdran for 'offending religious feelings'
Case against Filipino artist who protested in support of reproductive rights in Manila Cathedral, continues as solicitor general asks court to reconsider
Naked 'clown Trump' statue installed on Los Angeles billboard
In their latest project, the guerrilla group Indecline compares the US president to serial killer John Wayne Gacy
Will museums stop accepting Sackler money in wake of Massachusetts lawsuit?
Eight members of the family are being sued for helping to fuel the opioid epidemic through their pharmaceutical company
Artist collective tackles 'disappearing kids' under US immigration policy
This latest impromptu project is a direct response to Trump's "willingness to inflict trauma on young children and families”, the group says
BlogIn the frame
Lily Cole steps behind the camera for Emily Brontë film
Anish Kapoor sues NRA for copyright infringement
An image of his Chicago sculpture Cloud Gate was used in a video by the gun lobby that the artist says “seeks to whip up fear and hate”
Open letter signed by over 100 artists, including Grayson Perry, slates UK’s education policy
New Ebacc qualification marginalises the arts and damages the future of young people in the country, say Turner prize winners
Art collective Indecline stages secret anti-Trump work in his New York hotel
The temporary prison installation featured live rats, McDonald’s wrappers and a handcuffed lookalike depicting “Trump’s likely fate”