A proposed law will prevent journalists and the public from photographing the police – and follows widely publicised acts of police brutality, writes Valeria Costa-Kostritsky
In a changing political climate, conversations about colonial history – and calls for action – are taking on a new urgency
The sacking of two museum directors and the axing of the ministry for culture is part of a wider struggle about who and what culture is for
A project to raise funds for Amazonian communities also raises questions about the status of indigenous people in Peru
Was the pledge to restore the cathedral in just five years a reasonable commitment or a rash promise?
There is no shortage of theories about why the Russian artist leaked a sex tape that made a French politician drop out of the mayoral race in Paris
The sudden sacking of Nicolas Bourriaud suggests a fundamental misunderstanding of the art world