The latest exhibition at England's Baltic sets a whole new bar for showing art in a climate crisis
Stepping Softly on the Earth embodies the themes of sustainability and interconnectedness both in its theme and how it has been put together
'A new model for cash-strapped public galleries? How England's Baltic filled its empty halls with Hew Locke's Procession'
To survive this economic crisis, we must build new networks between public and commercial galleries
Tate Modern chief Frances Morris and artist John Akomfrah recognised in UK New Year Honours list
Grayson Perry is made a knight while Turner prize nominee Ingrid Pollard gets an MBE
Sutapa Biswas: 'Our reckoning with empire has certainly begun, but we've only scratched the surface'
Ahead of two major UK shows, the British Indian artist discusses her new work and her role in the Black British Arts movement
'Galleries are not for me’: Imran Perretta on state surveillance and his difficult relationship with art spaces
As his latest film exploring the treatment of young Muslim men tours the UK, opening at Baltic in Gateshead this weekend, Perretta explains how he never wanted to be in the art world
Elton John granted permission to build gallery at his Windsor home
Curator explains they are in desperate need of additional space
Interview with Susan Hiller: Her new work Clinic and the human quest for a visionary, mystical experience
American artist’s most recent piece is based on three years of research on the internet