Latvian artist and all-round troublemaker Ivars Gravlejs talks to Augustin Macellari about institutional boredom and the subversive potential of vulgarity
Berghain’s new book invites you to take a closer look at the art that lines the Berlin club’s notorious, decadent depths
With the opening of his ambitious Barbican exhibition, Eddie Peake advocates cultural incongruity and sexual sincerity
￼With the cold detachment of Post-Internet art leaving a desire for collective experience, Rough Music gathers artists around the warm physicality of the wood-fired kiln
Celebrated Swiss artist Thomas Hirschhorn has transformed the main exhibition space of the South London Gallery into a ruin, making engagement unavoidable
Carsten Höller’s Decision features slides, roaming beds, and a pills that drop from the ceiling
Two exhibitions are opening at either end of the 63 route. The first is a retrospective. The second is an outcome.
Sanctuary came in an unlikely place; tucked out of the way, apart from the hustle-and-bustle of the Giardini, was the Welsh Pavilion
Theaster Gates is about reactivation.