Charlotte Prodger

The collateral exhibitions at the 58th Venice Biennale tackle social issues from class to surveillance

By Sean Burns

The best of the off-site and collateral exhibitions during the 58th Venice Biennale

By Pablo Larios

From Charlotte Prodger’s Turner Prize win to Glasgow School of Art’s gutted Mackintosh building, a sometimes fraught and rarely dull year in Scotland

By Chris Sharratt

The artist used her acceptance speech to emphasize the importance of public funding for the arts

Margaret Tait and Peter Hollander in Perugia, 1952, photograph. Courtesy: The Margaret Tait Estate and Orkney Library and Archive

A exhibition at Glasgow’s Gallery of Modern Art is part of a series of events across Scotland marking the centenary of the filmmaker’s birth

By Chris Sharratt

This year’s exhibition recruits the powers of documentary to reflect on what draws us together and holds us apart

By Erika Balsom

Leftist histories, state violence and the cracking open of time: can a ‘mere’ competition, and publicity exercise, also speak truth to power?

By En Liang Khong

A juror for the award last year, Dan Fox on why the Turner Prize is and always will be political (whatever that means)

By Dan Fox

Forensic Architecture, Naeem Mohaiemen, Charlotte Prodger and Luke Willis Thompson are this year’s nominees

Kenneth Tam, Breakfast in Bed, 2016

London

22 Sep
28 Oct

Hollybush Gardens, London, UK

By Paul Carey-Kent
Annette Kelm, Pepper / Pac Man, 2016, archival pigment print, framed, 61 x 75 cm. Courtesy: Herald St, London

Tonight's highlights: two significant new painting shows and an impressive new film by Charlotte Prodger

By Paul Teasdale