Amandas Ong is an occasional art writer based in London

Tania Bruguera and guests at the unveiling of her Turbine Hall commission at Tate Modern, 2018.

Tania Bruguera on transforming Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall

The Cuban artist wants people to mingle in the museum – and still believes in the power of political art

2 Oct 2018

‘Every work I create is a mathematical dream’ – an interview with Beatriz Milhazes

Beatriz Milhazes discusses colour, craft, and collaboration – and what her work owes to her native Brazil

24 Apr 2018

The hidden bones of buildings

Monika Sosnowska’s sculptures reflect on the architecture of post-war Eastern Europe

14 Dec 2017
Looking for Oum Kalthum

The best of the Frieze week satellite events

From the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair, to artists’ films at the BFI London Film Festival, there’s plenty to see outside of Regent’s Park

4 Oct 2017
Arrival by Enrique Ramirez

Over Venice? Here are the best biennials to visit this autumn

There are plenty of events opening in the coming months, from Bamako’s photography festival to the sprawling, ‘borderless’ BienalSur

8 Aug 2017
Biinjiya'iing Onji (2017), Rebecca Belmore. © Fanis Vlastaras

The successes and failures of Documenta in Athens

The decision to stage part of the 14th Documenta in Athens has been widely debated. Now that it’s open, what are the highlights of the programme?

16 May 2017
Installation view of Moré moré at White Rainbow, February 2017. Photo: Damian Griffiths; courtesy the artist and White Rainbow, London

‘It was almost as if the stations were crying’

Yuko Mohri talks about looking for leaks on the Tokyo metro system and her new installation at White Rainbow in London

22 Feb 2017
Zerstörung einer Illusion (1977), Karin Mack. © Karin Mack / DACS, London, 2016 / The SAMMLUNG VERBUND Collection, Vienna

A fierce reminder of why we need feminism more than ever today

The Photographers’ Gallery has put together an exhibition of feminist art from the 1970s which is still worryingly relevant today

11 Jan 2017
Installation view, 'Dayanita Singh: Museum of Shedding', at Frith Street Gallery, London. Courtesy the artist and Frith Street Gallery, London. Photo: Steve White

‘If I could describe a photograph entirely in words, why bother making it?’

Dayanita Singh discusses her work and the pointlessness of taking ‘beautiful’ pictures ahead of an exhibition in London

30 Nov 2016
(2015), Andrew Hindraker

Is it worse in Europe? A look at art and inequality with the Guerrilla Girls

The anonymous activists on sexual and racial discrimination, Donald Trump, and why it’s actually better in Poland

7 Oct 2016

Inside Cuba’s changing art world

Havana’s contemporary artists face a contradictory mix of opportunities and restrictions

6 Apr 2016

Graphic surprises from Sergei Eisenstein

The master of the Soviet avant-garde had a soft spot for England – and the works of Arthur Conan Doyle

24 Feb 2016