Khadija Saye

From Stormzy at the Brit Awards to a Steve McQueen film to Forensic Architecture's media archive, what Grenfell has shown us about ourselves

By Ismail Einashe

Post-Grenfell, mid-Windrush and pre-Brexit, a day-long forum in London invited artists and organizations to re-imagine the communities we live in

By Isobel Harbison
Melanie Manchot, The Ladies (King’s Dining Room), 2017. Courtesy: the artist and Parafin, London. © Melanie Manchot

Cambridge

10 Feb
6 May

From innovations of the Greater London Council in the 1980s to the joy of ‘Acid Corbynism’: bright old futures at The World Transformed festival

By Maxim Edwards

Far-right politician attacks documenta work; US President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities resigns; Queens Museum backtracks over Israel

Istanbul Biennial announces artists; Abounaddara say Milan Triennale showed work without consent; Beirut Arab Art Museum to open in 2020

Friends and mentors of the artist Khadija Saye pay tribute to an extraordinary talent

By Nicola Green, Josie Dobrin and Ingrid Swenson

What might the late Mark Fisher have made of the UK’s General Election? Suddenly the end of ‘capitalist realism’ feels not just possible, but almost inevitable

By Juliet Jacques

Crowdfunding campaigns launched in memory of artist Khadija Saye; the 2017 Serpentine Pavilion opens; plans for a new Documenta Institute 

Creative Time launches series of protest flags; photographer Khadija Saye reported as a victim of London's Grenfell Tower fire