Five insider tips and trends for art world social media in 2023
Digital experts in the cultural field—Alec Ward, Adam Koszary and Chris Unitt—share their predictions for platforms this year
New online safety laws aim to protect children—but will they harm artists?
As the UK’s troubled Online Safety Bill finally looks set to become law, there are still concerns about whether it will get the balance between online safety and censorship right
Are you being 'shadowbanned'? Instagram announces new transparency tools that reveal if posts go against guidelines
New functions show if content goes against the social media platform's Recommendation Guidelines that it uses to decide what should be promoted and searchable
‘Artists have a lot in common with sex workers’: OnlyFans becoming popular platform for artists censored elsewhere
Censorship by more mainstream social media platforms has artists turning to OnlyFans to promote their work
Is it time to #Twexit? How Elon Musk’s Twitter shake-up has divided creatives
With the platform's new owner firing moderators, some artists are hoping for an end to censorship while others fear discrimination
US laws meant to stop sex trafficking are making it difficult for artists to promote and sell their art online
A set of ambiguous laws has pushed platforms to refuse service to artists whose work includes nude imagery or could be construed as sexual
Fleeing Twitter? Sick of Instagram? Eight lesser-known social media sites for the art world to try
More than a million users have left Twitter since business magnate took over the platform
‘I will avenge u’: Lil Nas X weighs in on Van Gogh soup row with cheeky Instagram post
Changing of the guard: why it’s time for the art world to take a step back from Instagram
The "Insta' gratification" column will now explore the full spectrum of social media and its uses in the art world
Artists tell Instagram ‘stop trying to be TikTok’ in online petition
Campaign demands that Meta stop tinkering and start listening to creators
Censored: the exhibitions that Instagram doesn’t want you to see
Galleries and artists are Increasingly finding themselves at the centre of heavy-handed suppression on the social media platform
Three years after censorship meeting, Meta is still not listening to artists
In 2019, 20 artists were invited to discuss Facebook and Instagram's problematic approach to art and nudity—so why has nothing changed?
Can this ‘anti-Instagram’ app make the art world more real?
New BeReal app that captures the good, the bad and the ugly could be an industry tonic
Banning Bourgeois? Instagram censors photos of artist's 'sexual' fabric works
According to reports, visitors to The Woven Child exhibtion at London’s Hayward Gallery have had their posts mysteriously deleted
Instagram hacking: why is the art world a target—and how do you get your account back?
As attacks on accounts surge, be careful what you click on
'Art world disillusionment led me to make art with memes': artist Cem A on his London exhibition
The man behind the infamous Instagram account @freeze_magazine shows his meme creations at the Barbican
Censorship on social media not only limits artists' online reach—it can prevent future opportunities, too
Instagram censorship is preventing some artists from showing the bulk of their work—and punishing them and their followers
World’s major museums resist TikTok surge—with a few notable exceptions
Our 2021 Visitor Figures survey shows that institutions are largely failing to adopt the world's most popular social media platform but those that do are reaping the rewards
Artist Support Pledge sales campaign, which raised more than £80m on Instagram during the pandemic, turns attention to Ukraine crisis
Russia has shut down Instagram—what now for its online art community?
On Monday, Moscow branded the Meta company an "extremist organisation", effectively criminalising the use of Instagram and Facebook in the country
‘We have knives, a machete, and a stick with nails’: Ukraine’s defiant artists continue to make art amid realities of war
We hear from artists across the country as they shelter in bunkers, head to the countryside and cross the border to escape the Russian invasion
Seven ways to spot fake photographs of the war in Ukraine
The Ghost of Kyiv is an ace fighter pilot dominating the skies above Ukraine—but does he exist? Here's how to stay ahead
New Instagram feature could allow users to ‘curate’ their grid—but the art world is not so sure (even the curators...)
Social media site may allow users to reorder the images they post, but does it mess with the whole idea of Instagram?
Time for a cat rap? Hermitage palace pussies go viral on TikTok and Instagram
Is Instagram censorship changing art itself?
The platform’s control over what counts as art is effectively changing the way it is made, shown and seen
Trolls and toxicity: is Instagram where the art world goes to hate?
Meta—the owner of Instagram—is being investigated for knowing that its platforms negatively effect the mental health of its users, but doing little about it
Why Onlyfans is not the solution for artists being censored on Instagram
More institutions and galleries ought to be fighting for contemporary creatives with the same passion that Vienna is fighting for long-dead ones
15 seconds of art: Brazil's Instituto Inhotim embraces Instagram
Art space in Belo Horizonte found an innovative way to engage with its audience during the pandemic—and now it's here to stay
Instagram’s new sensitive content controls: what they could mean for the art world
The photo-sharing app has introduced new opt-out filters that censor the images they see—but most people don't even know they exist