This is the first major retrospective of the work of Martin Jenkinson. He built his career on documenting the lives of ordinary people.
A profound sense of injustice and chaos grips visitors to a new exhibition about identity at Manchester’s Castlefield Gallery, writes?Molly Docherty
Is Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte—“The Punisher”—part of the global rise of the racist right? Or is his rule a distinct, grotesque weirdness all of its own?
A story based around a writing group in a small French town reflects on a radical history of struggle and the threat of racism, says Sadie Robinson
The artefacts of six hundred years of Anglo-Saxon rule on display at the British Library provide a unique insight into history, writes Camilla Royle
Birds of passage is a visually stunning account of the lives of the Wayuu clan who live in northern Colombia.
Plays about the plight of the Labour Party must be in vogue.