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Standing firm against BP sponsorship of British Museum’s ‘Troy’ exhibition on 8 February 2020. Hundreds of activists trying to end the artwash were also joined by a giant Trojan horse. IMAGEPLOTTER/ALAMY

UK arts had largely ditched fossil fuel sponsorships after years of activism. Danny Chivers reports on how...

Performance by curator KV at the 'No Place like Home' exhibition by Vietnamese diaspora collective at the Museum of the Home in London, UK. Julio Etchart

Museums and colonialism are inextricably linked. Julio Etchart explores how projects in colonizing...

Author Lutivini Majanja performs her story ‘Home’ at the Story Sosa event in Nairobi, a new Kenyan media initiative hosted by Baraza Media Lab on 23 July 2023. SLUMIDIA/STORY SOSA

A new Kenyan media initiative is using live performance to break free of colonial industry norms, Patrick Gathara...

Roger Ballen smiles as he poses for a portrait sitting on a chair. PALOMA PALOMINO

Subi Shah talks humanity, power and expression with Johannesburg-based artist Roger Ballen.

Gifts and Books, an exhibition about giving at the Bodleian Library

Writing, reading, giving are all central to the history of humankind. Vanessa Baird visits a new exhibition...

The audience watches two performers dressed as fat cats. They are on the stage with a red silk and one is holding an eviction notice

A new aerial cabaret show explores the housing crisis and the debts of home. Amy Hall reports.

Baaba Maal. Photo by Matthew Donaldson

Senegalese singer-songwriter Baaba Maal speaks to Graeme Green about music making a difference.

Mohamad Hafez

The Syrian-American architect and artist about the power of nostalgia and his lifelong homesickness for Syria.

A young man sits in a court room with his head against the wall. There is a security office just visible in the background.

Husna Ara finds Blue Island a confused documentary, bogged down by form and lacking in political...

Roman Iagupov on the left a man with a blue and red t-shirt, a black basebal cap and sunglasses. He holds drum sticks. On the right another man plays guitar. He also wears sunglasses and headphones. They are both on stage.

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Moldovan Eurovision veterans Zdob și Zdub have been on quite the musical journey. Conrad Landin speaks to...

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Malcolm Lewis on two standout releases in world cinema.

Four women stand outside with their arms around each other. They all have short hair. One wears sunglasses. There is a viaduct in the background.

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Louise Gray reviews Strike by Lining Time and Together for Ukraine by Various Artists.

Steve Chandra Savale speaks to Subi Shah about music for spiritual change and social justice.

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Steve Chandra Savale speaks to Subi Shah about music for spiritual change and social...

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Malcolm Lewis weighs up a selection of independent and studio-produced films from the global zeitgeist.

Photos of Monoswezi and Bishi

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Louise Gray reviews albums from musician, composer and sitar player Bishi and multi-national quintet...

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Malcolm Lewis on Karim Aïnouz and Céline Sciamma's most recent contributions to parallel cinema.


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