Kim Charnley is an art theorist and art historian based at Plymouth College of Art, whose work examines the relationship between politics and contemporary art. He is editor of Delirium and Resistance (Pluto, 2017).
Capitalist crisis does not begin within art, but art can reflect and amplify its effects, to positive and negative ends. To understand how, Gregory Sholette unravels art’s entanglement with capitalism.Read full article
From small acts of resistance in call centres and art galleries, to the strength of an international trade union, these books explore the activism that fights for change and makes global capitalism precarious.Read full article