The final phase of the 13th Shanghai Biennale officially launched on 17 April with an exhibition of works by 64 artists.
Emerging Emirati artist Maitha Abdalla delves into dreams and confusions of childhood.
Karin Weber Gallery's group exhibition is a declaration of solidarity and support for artists working in a difficult political environment.
At White Cube Bermondsey, Liu Wei explores the body's behaviour amid the decaying ruins of contemporary urban life.
Zanele Muholi discusses a life of activism, staking a claim for existence, and the importance of forging safe spaces.
The biennale is hoping audiences will grant them a do-over after the initial launch was marred by the ousting of curator Théo-Mario Coppola.
The auction house sees huge business potential in the city, despite deteriorating freedoms.
Ten London-based artists and collectives will each receive £10,000 to develop their creative ideas.
The fair highlighted Taryn Simon, Ren Hang, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and Marina Abramović in previous editions.
OOF's Eddy Frankel said liking sport can make you feel like an 'uncultured brute' and liking art can make you feel like a 'museum-shagging wuss'.
The online exhibition features 20 artists from top Masters-level fine arts courses in the U.K. and the U.S.
All but one of the 14 works were acquired from dealer Subhash Kapoor, who is accused of trafficking thousands of stolen antiquities worth almost U.S. $150 million.
The festival locates the East not on a map but the other side of human consciousness.
Nearly one year after the Beirut explosions, Beirut's cultural community struggles to survive amidst Lebanon's bleak reality.
Yee I-Lann speaks to curator Renan Laru-an about finding a 'multilingual approach' to museology.
Curated by Gagosian's newest director Antwaun Sargent, Social Works celebrates community empowerment while confronting histories of erasure.
Le Supermarché des Images at the Red Brick Art Musem in Beijing considers the saturation of online information.
Art gallery Xavier Hufkens said the painting testifies to a preoccupation with sexuality, pregnancy, motherhood, and the cycles of life.
Rao is best known for her 10-year project revisiting the destruction of libraries and banned books.