At the Steirischer Herbst festival in Graz, the spectre of nationalism and anxiety about borders haunted this year’s programme
Robert Bevan’s call to require a lot less from our public monuments has much to recommend it
The rebuilt Prussian palace is finally open, but the debate about how – and whether – it should house collections from Asia and Africa rumbles on
The Crown Jewels are what the castle is most famous for, but over the centuries it has housed everything from prisoners to military hardware
Is it enough for Western museums to say how they came by their colonial-era artefacts – or should they just give them back?
The Iraqi-American artist talks to Apollo about making an anti-war memorial in Margate – and about ‘problem-solving and trouble-making’ with his art
Hew Locke imagined redecorating the statue of the slave trader Edward Colston more than a decade ago. If only Bristol City Council had let him
The legendary photographer talks about his images of war abroad and poverty at home – and what now draws him to landscapes
How artists such Michael Rakowitz, Kader Attia and Hew Locke are picking up where official narratives leave off
Many artists take themes such as migration, climate change, and human rights as their subjects, but what are they actually doing with them?
Museums of national history put the stories countries like to tell about themselves into physical form