FeatureVideo, film & new media
K-punk parties on: new online film commission at ICA in London remembers late cultural theorist Mark Fisher
Five new films delve into Fisher's last lecture series, where he began tracing a beguiling escape route out of capitalism
Mapping the pandemic’s digital deluge: one academic is trying to collate the online projects of every single museum
Chiara Zuanni wants to capture the outpouring of online art offerings both as an archive of the Covid-19 era and as a source of inspiration for art organisations all over the world
How an artist-led newspaper in Delhi is helping to organise the 'world's biggest protest'
The Trolley Times combines activist strategy with hidden voices from the Indian farmers' protest
Belgian artist Wim Delvoye’s ‘human canvas’ piece inspired new body tattoo movie
‘The Man Who Sold His Skin’ is about a Syrian refugee who gets inked and exhibited in a Brussels museum
FeatureMedia & broadcast
The top five YouTube channels for an art fix this Christmas season
While many museums across the globe remain closed, you can still get through the virtual doors via video—from artist interviews to archival gems
Criminal claims 13 works from legendary Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist are hidden in a Dublin house
BBC4 documentary—released today—unpicks theory that the stolen art was shipped to Ireland
Marina Abramovic TV: five-hour takeover will teach you everything you need to know about performance art
As well as her new Sky Arts programme, the artist's mixed reality work The Life will be sold at Christie’s this month, with an estimate of £400,000-£800,000
NewsMedia & broadcast
Sky Arts goes free and encourages artists to use the television channel 'as your canvas'
Announcement of move to the UK's Freeview network comes with a call out to artists for programming ideas
ReviewArt & Technology
Wunderkammer review: this augmented reality app is the giftshop postcard of Olafur Eliasson's work
An expert view brought to you by our XR Panel of artists and storytellers who create in virtual reality and augmented reality
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Our friend Keith Haring: in new BBC documentary buddies of the late artist draw back the curtain
Street Art Boy debuted recently on BBC2 and uses unheard interviews to document Haring's upbringing and work
With museums having been off limits, could AR works find a new home—in the home?
Augmented reality art has had a potentially huge captive audience during the coronavirus lockdown. We look at the pros and cons of the technology in a domestic setting
Social media crack-down: how Instagram ‘protects’ us from art
As the art world's use of online platforms increases, so does frustration around its draconian censorship of creative images
Go live and thrive: tips for the art world when livestreaming on Instagram
We speak to livestream novice Denia Kazakou, the founder of RedD Gallery, to get some beginners’ advice
Are commercial galleries the next big content producers?
The top dealers are increasingly becoming audio and video makers and magazine publishers—is it all still about sales?
As Art Basel in Hong Kong launches online, we look at how the art market is using cyberspace to combat coronavirus
From VIP virtual viewing rooms to grassroots digital action
Fill your ears with art: the top culture podcasts to listen to during the coronavirus lockdown
If you are craving creativity and are stuck at home, here are the best arty audios to keep you going
Frieze shake-up: former media boss chosen as company's first CEO
Changes are afoot with both the fairs and the magazine as majority shareholder Endeavor make plans for the future
From 'piecemealing' medievalist to TV darling: how Janina Ramirez is championing slow media about culture
The shows Raiders of the Lost Past and Handmade in Bolton on the BBC and the scholar's popular podcast reflect a thirst for in-depth knowledge
Vinyl-y: how the revived medium is being remixed by artists
From Christian Marclay to Taryn Simon, we look at how artists are increasingly using vinyl to document and augment their work—and as a medium in itself
Is ‘Instagrammable’ art world praise or the ultimate insult?
Olafur Eliasson's show at London’s Tate Modern is the latest in an increasingly long line of exhibitions whose main take-away seems to be the perfect selfie