State of the Art

Call Yourself a Critic?

The untidy tradition of criticism by Sam Thorne

Pretty, Pretty Good

Tell Tales

How memory has changed by Jennifer Allen

State of the Art

The Art of DistractionSubscriber only

Movie stars, late capitalism and fragmented attention spans by Tom Morton

In These Intemperate Times

O.T.T.Registered only

Is too much information ever enough? by Lynne Tillman

Weekend Special

Being ObservantSubscriber only

The films of Abderrahmane Sissako by Sean O’Toole

Other cities, other seas

Productive AnguishRegistered only

How to survive exile by Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

Life in Fragments

Life in FragmentsSubscriber only

Conversations, buildings, books and films by Céline Condorelli


Rare MindsRegistered only

The dark, unsettling feminism of Jacqueline Rose by Nina Power


MusicRegistered only

James Hoff’s music goes viral by Andy Battaglia


Museum GuideRegistered only

Frederick Wiseman’s new documentary about London’s National Gallery by Nick Pinkerton



Gilda Williams’s new book on how to write about contemporary art by Orit Gat

State of the Art

Every Cloud

Can’t relate? Don’t worry: you’re not alone by Dan Fox


Postcard from Paris

What a fashion designer can teach us about the display of contemporary art by Vivian Sky Rehberg

Art History

Paper Chase

Radical collage and cut-outs in India

1914 Centenary

One Hundred Years

Public art and the commemoration of World War I by Lara Pawson

Life in Film

Life in Film

From Chantal Akerman to Roberto Rossellini, the British film director discusses her influences by Joanna Hogg



Who should the internet serve? by Stephanie DeGooyer



Playing for laughs in pop music


After Images

How artists and photographers in Japan have responded to the disasters of 3 March 2011 by Christy Lange


Radical Villains

20th-century illustrations of Fantômas by Erik Morse

By Design

By Design

New technology and endangered objects by Alice Rawsthorn

State of the Art

Learning Curve

An art education — at what cost? by Vivian Sky Rehberg

Other cities, other seas

Traveller’s Tales

Lady adventurers and the legacies of colonial history by Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

Weekend Special

Own Story

How to Write about Africa by Sean O’Toole

In These Intemperate Times


In defence of irony by Lynne Tillman



Cinema, growing up & Richard Linklater’s Boyhood by Nick Pinkerton



A new work by jazz pioneer Anthony Braxton by Franklin Bruno

Value for Money

Galleries throughout the UK turn to crowdfunding by Ellen Mara De Wachter

Life in Death

Life in Death

Trying to make sense of the loss of a friend by Travis Jeppesen


Fresh Ink

Why start a print magazine? by Elizabeth Glickfeld

State of the Art

Art Hearts Poetry

The role of poetry in the world of appearances by Quinn Latimer


What’s Hot What’s Not

Despair, ceramics, manners …


Drawing a Blank

Ukraine’s Maidan Protests and Manifesta by Sean Snyder and Olga Bryukhovetska


European Dropouts

The consequences of Russia’s cultural policies by Valentin Diaconov

Art History

Reel World

‘Sarkari Shorts’ and the Films Division of India by Shanay Jhaveri


Novel Idea

Omer Fast’s film adaptation of Tom McCarthy’s book, Remainder by Tom Morton

By Design

By Design

The difference between disciplines by Alice Rawsthorn


Scene of the Crime

The photographic archives of the Los Angeles Police Department by Erik Morse



Three new publications by artists catalogue the minutiae of contemporary existence by Robert Barry


Leaving Time

Image and imagination in the films of Alain Resnais by Jonathon Sturgeon



In pursuit of Erik Satie by Charlie Fox

Ideal Syllabus

Ideal Syllabus: Katrina Palmer

The artist and writer discusses the books that have influenced her by Katrina Palmer

State of the Art

Bringing the Battle Home

What makes a war story true? by Christy Lange

In These Intemperate Times

A Fictional Past

The myth of the ‘Great American Novel’ by Lynne Tillman

Other cities, other seas

What Remains

Can art survive a civil war? by Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

Weekend Special

First Site

Africa’s first mega-museum to open in Cape Town by Sean O'Toole

Life in Film

Life in Film (& Sculpture)

Jordan Wolfson discusses his influences by Jordan Wolfson


Black Water

Combustion and digestion in Matthew Barney’s latest work by Ross Simonini



Smartphones vs. the live experience by Damon Krukowski


Real Time

Radical filmmaking at the Sensory Ethnography Lab by Agnieszka Gratza


New Sweden

Re-evaluating modernist housing at Tensta Konsthall by Mark Fisher


Public Enemy

Machiavellian scheming and political drama by Timotheus Vermeulen



Two recent publications examine conflict and collaboration in public art projects by David Crowley

State of the Art

What’s the Use?

Museums take on social practice by Sam Thorne


Share & Like

The confusion around photography bans in museums by Ellen Mara De Wachter


Heritage Inc.

Consumption, conflict and the Beijing cityscape by En Liang Khong

Art Criticism

A Larger World

New approaches to exhibition-making in India by Shanay Jhaveri


Opening Time?

The visibility and invisibility of art in Cairo by Clare Davies


Form Follows Folly

Architecture, whimsy and the Gwangju Biennale by Joseph Grima



Whatever happened to New Age travellers? by Dan Fox

Ideal Syllabus

Ideal Syllabus: Linda Fregni Nagler

Italian artist Linda Fregni Nagler discusses the books that have influenced her by Linda Fregni Nagler

By Design

What Is Design?

An agent of change, from prehistory to today by Alice Rawsthorn

Weekend Special

Open Cities

Walking with Teju Cole by Sean O’Toole

Other cities, other seas

Seeing & Believing

The spiritual and the secular in art today by Kaelen Wilson-Goldie


OK Computer?

Man vs. machine by John Menick


Bytes & Bricks

How social networks are changing the city by Robin van den Akker


Curating by Numbers

How budgets shape exhibitions by Eleanor Nairne



Reading as information control: the poet Tan Lin talks to Sam Thorne by Sam Thorne

State of the Art

Count Down

The art world’s ambivalent response to surveillance by Jörg Heiser


The Age of Anxiety

The Age of Anxiety by Jennifer Higgie

In These Intemperate Times

Below the Belt

The politics of pants by Lynne Tillman


MusicRegistered only

On eavesdropping, Muzak and the sound of Bitcoin by Geeta Dayal


Dear Lina

The legacy of one of Brazil's greatest architects by Silas Martí

State of the Art

Show Me What You’ve Got

Do we live in an age of panicky materialism? by Jan Verwoert

Other cities, other seas

Everyday Things

The spectres of the culture wars by Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

In These Intemperate Times

Fighting Talk

Words and nations by Lynne Tillman

Weekend Special

Shelf Lives

A performative tour of libraries in Nairobi by Sean O’Toole

Life in Music

Life in Music: Ida Ekblad

In the first of a new series, Norwegian artist Ida Ekblad discusses the music that she loves


Fractured Times

On Eric Hobsbawm's Fractured Times by Houman Barekat


Enemies of the State

Has Hollywood primed us for total surveillance? by Bert Rebhandl


Chicago footwork

The global spread of Chicago footwork by David Morris


Make Believe

The virtual realities of Spring Breakers and The Bling Ring by Kevin McGarry

State of the Art

Speaking Out

From Russia to the UAE — to boycott or not to boycott? by Jennifer Higgie


Playing Chicken

A response to Richard Prince


On a Shoestring

Institutions in Catalonia by Max Andrews


For the Record

Archiving Asia’s contemporary art by David Spalding


Style & Substance

On teaching criticism and ‘art writing’ by Brian Dillon

Sound Art

Audio Visual

The problems of defining and exhibiting sound art by Paul Schütze


Books: Jennifer Doyle

Jennifer Doyle discusses her new book, Hold it Against Me: Difficulty and Emotion in Contemporary Art by Erik Morse


Music: Van Dyke Parks

50 years of Van Dyke Parks by Franklin Bruno


Reading Room

Gentrification and independent publishing in San Francisco by Jarett Kobek


A Trace of a Trace

The framing of art and life in Rachel Kushner’s The Flamethrowers by Ben Lerner

Life in Film

Life in Film: Adam Chodzko

The British artist discusses the films that have most influenced him by Adam Chodzko

State of the Art

Conservative Party

Can old ways be better ways? Or, Irony, playful ambivalence and fixed meanings


The Social Network

The pioneering gallerist Kekoo Gandhy by Shanay Jhaveri

Life in Film

Life in Film

The Brazilian artist discusses the films that have most influenced her by Tamar Guimarães

Art History

At Home

The restoration of Donald Judd’s SoHo loft by Robert Storr



Jay Z, The Art of Noise and Afrika Bambaataa by Dan Fox



Four decades of Semiotext(e)


Let’s Get Together

‘Painting Forever!’ opens across four Berlin institutions


Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei


The thrill of it all

'An artist inventor of undimming good humour, whose work provides the soul with strength to face a not too terrible hereafter.' by Michael Bracewell


Erase and Rewind

In memory of the late Sturtevant we present this archive piece by Bruce Hainley on her long and influential career by Bruce Hainley


Questionnaire: Julie Ault

Questionnaire: Julie Ault by Julie Ault


What’s so funny?Subscriber only

How humour feeds painting by Paul Teasdale


After the EndRegistered only

With mordant humour, the art of Michael E. Smith plots the bleak landscapes of exurban America by Jonathan Griffin


In Focus: Oscar SantillanRegistered only

‘Civilizations of the jaguar’, vacuum cleaners and the human body by Timotheus Vermeulen


In Focus: Rachel ReupkeSubscriber only

Taking stock of stock images by Dan Kidner


A Wall to Object toRegistered only

On the occasion of a major touring retrospective, Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith examines the relationship between image and painting in the work of Marlene Dumas by Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith


The Cartoon NetworkRegistered only

Illustration and art history collide in Sanya Kantarovsky’s paintings by Scott Roben


In its PlaceSubscriber only

Decoding Uri Aran’s mysterious work-tables by Declan Long


Heads Above WaterRegistered only

The anarchic 1920s Tokyo art movement Mavo and the internationalism of the Japanese Avant-garde by Andrew Maerkle

Picture Piece

Picture Piece: Egyptian Desert CinemaSubscriber only

Egyptian Desert Cinema by Sukhdev Sandhu

Think Piece

The Stories They Need

A slew of recent exhibitions and projects — from Berlin and Cairo to Marrakech, New York and Paris — reveals an interest in the artist as anthropologist by Kaelen Wilson-Goldie


Perfect Pretence

In Shahryar Nashat’s films and sculptures, dodecahedrons, dance and desire come together in delirious studies of impossible ideals by Jörg Heiser


Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard: Influences

From the cover of an Adam Ant album to Lindsay Anderson’s films, Samuel Beckett’s plays, Nick Cave’s music and Bruce Nauman’s videos, the artists and filmmakers discuss the evolution of their artistic imaginations by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard


Cultural Currency

How Andra Ursuta’s sculptures play with national stereotypes by Summer Guthery


What’s Not to Like?

How Darren Bader has pushed the readymade to its extreme by Domenick Ammirati


In Focus: Katja Novitskova

Silicon wafer weapons and Mars missions by Kirsty Bell


In Focus: Tamara Henderson

Films and installations from the depths of the unconscious by Josefine Wikström


In Focus: Jesse Wine

Botched temporalities and ceramic selves by Matthew McLean


The Sun On Your Face

Zoe Pilger talks to Laure Prouvost about translation, tea, fictitious grandparents, erotic films and trying to make sense of the world by Zoe Pilger

Picture Piece

Picture Piece

The Audium by Geeta Dayal


Strike a Pose

The consistently inconsistent career of Scottish artist Bruce McLean by Colin Perry


Magnificent Obsession

Time-travelling with Pablo Bronstein by Charlie Fox


Into the Void

In the run-up to a major solo exhibition at Chicago’s Renaissance Society, Michael Bracewell considers the work of Mathias Poledna by Michael Bracewell

Picture Piece

Picture Piece

Patrick Caulfield's Gravestone by George Pendle


In Focus: Edward Thomasson

Making a song and dance of things by Basia Lewandowska Cummings


In Focus: Guillaume Leblon

Vital materialism and the unsteady march of progress by Rahma Khazam


The Handmade Web

Digital pasts and futures meet in the work of Aleksandra Domanović by Laura McLean-Ferris by Laura McLean-Ferris


Borrowed Energy

Timotheus Vermeulen talks to philosopher Rosi Braidotti about the pitfalls of speculative realism, the movement that has created a buzz in the art world by Rosi Braidotti and Timotheus Vermeulen


The History Man

Rashid Johnson talks to Tom Morton about fiction, humour and homage by Tom Morton


Head Space

A conversation between Ed Atkins and Matthew De Abaitua about the intertwining of art and technology by Matthew De Abaitua


Questionnaire: Barbara Kruger

Questionnaire: Barbara Kruger by Barbara Kruger


Seven Subjects You Shouldn’t Photograph

(Or Should You?) by Christy Lange


Changed States

Collaboration and conflict in the work of Eric Baudelaire by Ellen Mara De Wachter


Today is an Example

Praised by T.S. Eliot and best friends with Harry Smith, Lionel Ziprin was a mystic and poet whose archive is a source of fascination for many contemporary artists, especially Carol Bove, who now houses it in her New York studio by Andy Battaglia by Andy Battaglia


My Influences: Liliane Lijn

From conversations with friends including André Breton, William Burroughs and Caresse Crosby, to studying astronomy, physics and the Greek myths, Liliane Lijn discusses the evolution of her pictorial language by Liliane Lijn


In Focus: Patrizio di Massimo

Guilty pleasures at home and far away by Amy Sherlock


Focus Studio Visit: Caroline Achaintre

Theatrical textiles and characters in clay by Isobel Harbison

Picture Piece

Picture Piece: Jean Cocteau

Jean Cocteau in Soho by Jennifer Higgie


Always in the Present

Dominikus Müller discusses the role of words and objects in the work of Jason Dodge by Dominikus Müller


In Focus: Avery Singer

Painting as sculpture as performance by Kasia Redzisz


Focus Interview: Jumana Manna

Films and sculptures about ambiguity and materiality by Omar Kholeif

Think Piece

In the Company of Flesh and Blood

Approaching sincerity via poetry and art by Matthew Rana


Questionnaire: Sue Tompkins

Q: What was the first poem you remember reading? A: Beowulf, at school.  by Sue Tompkins


15 Poems

A selection of new, previously unpublished work by leading poets: John Ashbery, Charles Bernstein, Anselm Berrigan, Paul Chan, Marcella Durand, Alan Gilbert, Ann Lauterbach, Eileen Myles, Jake Pam Dick, Frances Richard, Lytle Shaw, Mónica de la Torre, Anne Waldman, Matvei Yankelevich and John Yau. For this special section, we invited Jeremy Sigler to choose new work by poets from different generations and sensibilities, whose writing is influenced, in one way or another, by the visual arts. All live and work in the US; some write poetry full-time; many are critics, activists and educators; yet others are artists.


Notes on Film

On the 20th anniversary of Derek Jarman’s death, Paul Schütze spoke to Simon Fisher Turner about composing music for his friend’s movies by Paul Schütze


Paloma Varga Weisz: My Influences

From her father’s illustrations of Jean Cocteau’s poetry to Lucas Cranach, Giorgio de Chirico and Gerhard Merz, the German artist discusses the evolution of her pictorial language and Jennifer Higgie responds to her ‘heart-breaking hallucinations’ by Jennifer Higgie


Everywhere at Once

Ken Okiishi: painting in the age of Instagram by David Everitt Howe


In Focus: Matt Lipps

Home and where the heart is by Joseph Akel


Focus Interview: Benedict Drew

Puncturing fantasies: exhausted images and the ‘me’ generation by Nathaniel Budzinski


Mergers & Aquisitions

Xu Zhen and his cultural production organization, MadeIn Company

Chinese Translation by Colin Chinnery


Only The Lonely

Dan Fox talks to Michael Smith about minimalism, comedy and failure by Dan Fox


Said & Done

Cally Spooner’s work explores how technology and new media are making performers of us all by Alice Butler


In Focus: Raafat Ishak

The merging of politics, materials and metaphysics by Wes Hill


In Focus: Loretta Fahrenholz

Films crafted from complexity, complicity and contradiction by Kirsty Bell


Queer Time and Place

‘What does it mean to make queer art now?’ Paul Clinton asks artists and writers Catherine Lord, Carlos Motta, Charlotte Prodger, James Richards, Prem Sahib and A.L. Steiner to respond


What Am I Doing Here?

Luca Vitone and the contemporary Italian landscape by Barbara Casavecchia

Picture Piece

Picture Piece: Beaverworld

Beaverworld by Aaron Angell


Histories of Violence

Has 12 Years a Slave finally exorcised Hollywood’s racist legacy? A consideration of representations of slavery on screen from The Birth of a Nation to Django Unchained and Belle by Morgan Quaintance

Something in the Water

Magali Reus is part of a group of young, London-based artists exploring sleek surfaces and abject bodies by Amy Sherlock


The New, The New

Henry Flynt talks about half a century’s worth of wildly divergent activities, from his early formulation of ‘concept art’ to musical experiments and philosophical writings by Ross Simonini


In Focus: Samara Golden

Disorientating interiors and invented spaces by Jonathan Griffin


Focus Interview: Cara Tolmie

Tension, translation and improvisation by Chris Fite-Wassilak


Adapt to Change

The films of Albert Serra by Bert Rebhandl


Exit Ghosts

Phantoms and immaterial labour in the films of Agnieszka Kurant by Agnieszka Gratza

Picture Piece

Picture Piece: Janine Janet

Janine Janet’s sculptural creations for Balenciaga’s windows by Erik Morse


Focus Studio Visit: Claudia Wieser

A post-Bauhaus approach to transforming public and private spaces by Kito Nedo


In Focus: Meriç Algün Ringborg

The act of writing and the ‘shadowy constitution of authorship’ by Kaelen Wilson-Goldie


Island Life

Holly Bynoe, Charles Campbell, Amanda Coulson, John Cox, Annalee Davis and Caryl Ivrisse-Crochemar reflect on the role of contemporary art in the Caribbean by Dan Fox


All Watched Over

Did Philip K. Dick predict the future of surveillance? by Andrew Hultkrans


In Focus: Kate Newby

The art of tiny revelations by Jennifer Kabat


In search of Stanley Brouwn

by Oscar van den Boogaard by Oscar van den Boogaard


Focus Interview: Lucy Clout

Soap-opera small talk and speech as a gesture by Amy Sherlock


Known Unknowns

Useful mistakes, ikebana and messy cultural assumptions in the work of Camille Henrot by Dan Fox


In Focus: Tyler Coburn

Human bodies versus computer-based interfaces by Karen Archey


In Focus: Assaf Gruber

GIFS as readymades; finding inspiration in Hollywood film by Paul Teasdale


This New World

Muriel Cooper: a graphic design pioneer who anticipated the digital revolution by Markus Weisbeck

Picture Piece

Picture Piece: Cybersyn, Chile 1971-73

Photograph of Cybersyn, Salvador Allende's attempt to create a 'socialist internet, decades ahead of its time'



Oliver Laric uses memes, movable type, copies and collective agency to make art that is only partly ‘his' by Pablo Larios


Safety in Numbers?

Algorithms, Big Data and surveillance: what’s the response, and responsibility, of art? Jörg Heiser asked seven artists, writers and academics to reflect. by Jörg Heiser

Questionnaire: Mario Garcia Torres

Q: What is art for? A: To keep our scepticism alive.

Think Piece

Then & Now

British art and the 1990s by Dan Fox


Poet in Action

An interview with Alejandro Jodorowsky by Erik Morse


Rules of Attraction

The uncomfortable world of Marlene McCarty by Jennifer Kabat


In Focus: Colter Jacobsen

Drawing from memory


Focus Studio Visit: Ann Cathrin November Høibo

Tactile textiles by Amy Sherlock


Beginnings + Ends

What are the histories of artists engaging with emergent technologies? How has Post-Internet art come to be defined? And what happens next? frieze asks eight artists, writers and curators to reflect


In Focus: Aleana Egan

Tracing elliptical spaces between architecture, literature and sculpture by Declan Long


Focus Interview: Shambhavi Kaul

Films about place and ‘denatured nature’ by Shanay Jhaveri


Another Chapter

Biography and timeliness in the work of Moshekwa Langa by Sean O’Toole and is a writer and co-editor of Cityscapes, a magazine devoted to urban enquiry. He lives in Cape Town, South Africa.


Ways of Knowing

The sculptures, installations and drawings of Diango Hernández by Timotheus Vermeulen

Picture Piece

Picture Piece: Edward Snowden’s destroyed hard drive

Photograph of destroyed computer parts said to have contained files leaked by Edward Snowden, published by the Guardian by Henrik Olesen


Questionnaire: Hito Steyerl

Q: If you could live with only one piece of art, what would it be? A: Why should I live with an art work?


Peculiar Galaxies

Looking at recent work of the legendary and elusive California-based artist Lutz Bacher by Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith


My Influences: Philippe Parreno

Jennifer Higgie interviews the artist at his Paris studio

Think Piece

The Further Adventures of Parlando, Melisma and the Cookie Monster

A brief history of unique singing techniques by Mark Beasley


Focus Interview: Caragh Thuring

Experimental fiction, speculative portraits and shifting contexts by Alice Butler


In Focus: Alan Reid

Unbearable lightness, the fashion industry and ‘portraits of nouns’ by David Everitt Howe

Gwangju BiennaleSubscriber only

Various venues, Gwangju, South Korea

By Paul Teasdale

Made in LARegistered only

Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, USA

By Summer Guthery

Ben RiversSubscriber only

Temporary Gallery, Cologne, Germany

By Dominikus Müller

Let The Body Be Electric, Let There Be WhistleblowersRegistered only

Dan Gunn, Berlin, Germany

By Kirsty Bell

Sophie Taeuber-ArpSubscriber only

Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau, Switzerland

By Aoife Rosenmeyer

Le MouvementRegistered only

Various venues, Biel/Bienne, Switzerland

By Barbara Casavecchia

Laurent Grasso & Wim DelvoyeRegistered only

Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France

By Robert Barry

The Promise of Moving ThingsSubscriber only

Centre d’art contemporain d’Ivry – le Crédac, Ivry-sur-Seine, Ivry-sur-Seine, France

By Rahma Khazam

Jennifer TeeRegistered only

Signal – Center for Contemporary Art, Malmö at Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen , Copenhagen, Denmark

By Nathaniel Budzinski

Matias FaldbakkenSubscriber only

STANDARD (OSLO), Oslo, Norway

By Pablo Larios

Kevin CosgroveRegistered only

mother’s tankstation, Dublin, Ireland

By Gemma Tipton

26th International Biennial of Graphic DesignSubscriber only

Various venues, Brno, Czech Republic

By Emily King

Adrian PaciSubscriber only

Kaufmann Repetto, Milan, Italy

By Barbara Casavecchia

David Ferrando GirautSubscriber only

LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Gijón, Spain

By Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

This is Not My Beautiful HouseRegistered only

Kunsthalle Athena, Athens, Greece

By Jennifer Higgie

Octopus 14: Nothing Beside RemainsRegistered only

Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, Australia

By Rebecca Coates

Around TownSubscriber only

Gallery EXIT, Pearl Lam Galleries & Oi!, Hong Kong, China

By Chris Fite-Wassilak

5th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale & Yokohama Triennale 2014Subscriber only

Various venues, Fukuoka & Yokohama, Japan

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

Daniel Steegmann MangranéSubscriber only

Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City, Mexico

By Gabriela Jauregui

The Theater of the WorldSubscriber only

Museo Tomayo, Mexico City, Mexico

By Nick Aikens

David Hammons / Yves KleinSubscriber only

Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, USA

By Dan Fox

Alex Becerra

ltd los angeles , Los Angeles, USA

By Jonathan Griffin

Chuck NanneySubscriber only

Jenny’s, Los Angeles, USA

By Kari Rittenbach

Sarah CharlesworthRegistered only

The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, USA

By William J. Simmons

Jim ShawSubscriber only

Metro Pictures, New York, USA

By Ara H. Merjian

Allora & CalzadillaSubscriber only

Gladstone Gallery, New York, USA

By Jason Farago

Sophia Al-MariaRegistered only

Cornerhouse, Manchester, UK

By Luke Healey

Stuart BrisleySubscriber only

Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, UK

By Jonathan P. Watts

Jack BilboRegistered only

David Zwirner Gallery, London, UK

By Charlie Fox

Oreet AsherySubscriber only

Waterside Contemporary, London, UK

By Matthew McLean

Lisa BriceSubscriber only

French Riviera, London, UK

By Josephine New

Michele AbelesRegistered only

Sadie Coles HQ, London, UK

By Sara Knelman

Ed FornielesRegistered only

Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK

By Patrick Langley

Jeff Koons

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA

By Chris Wiley

Phyllida Barlow

Hauser & Wirth , London & Somerset, UK

By Amy Sherlock

Heather Phillipson

Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool, UK

By Luke Healey

Yvonne Rainer

Raven Row, London, UK

By Charlie Fox

Seung-Taek Lee

MOT International, London, UK

By Sook-Kyung Lee

Peter Hujar

Maureen Paley, London, UK

By Paul Pieroni

Prabhavathi Meppayil

Pace Gallery, London, UK

By Shanay Jhaveri

The Small Infinite

John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK

By Paul Carey-Kent

Korakrit Arunanondchai

The Mistake Room, Los Angeles, USA

By Jonathan Griffin

Mel Chin

New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, USA

By Jay Murphy

Chatbots, tongues, denial & various other abstractions

Bortolami, New York, USA

By Laura McLean-Ferris

Bloodflames Revisited

Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, USA

By Joseph Akel

The History of Technology

Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco, USA

By Jonathan Griffin

David Schutter

Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, USA

By Ara H. Merjian

3rd Bienal de Bahia

Various venues, Salvador da Bahia, Brazil

By Tobi Maier

All Beneath the Moon Decays

Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto, Canada

By Caoimhe Morgan-Feir

Experimental Section of the 12th National Art Exhibition

Today Art Museum, Beijing, China

By Colin Chinnery

New Intimacies

Gallery 9.5, Hotel Anteroom, Kyoto, Japan

By Becca Voelcker


Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia

By Sophie Knezic

Travelling Communiqué

Museum of Yugoslav History, Belgrade, Serbia

By Giulia Smith

Roman Stańczak

Galeria Stereo, Warsaw, Poland

By Krzysztof Kościuczuk

Kerstin Cmelka

Kunstverein Langenhagen, Langenhagen, Germany

By Melissa Canbaz and Translated by Nicholas Grindell

Bunny Rogers

Société, Berlin, Germany

By George Vasey

Pictures, Before and After

Galerie Buchholz & Arsenal Institut für Film und Videokunst, Berlin, Germany

By Karen Archey


Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

By Gemma Tipton

Georges Adéagbo

Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden

By Matthew Rana

Ettore Spalletti

GAM, MADRE & MAXXI, Turin, Naples & Rome, Italy

By Barbara Casavecchia

David Lamelas

Jan Mot, Brussels, Belgium

By EC Feiss


Galerie Antoine Levi, Paris, France

By Eleanor Ivory Weber

Laura Lamiel

Marcelle Alix, Paris, France

By Jill Glessing

Manifesta 10

The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

By Noemi Smolik and Translated by Nicholas Grindell

Dak’Art 2014

Various venues, Dakar, Senegal

By Basia Lewandowska Cummings

Mathew Cerletty / Walter Swennen

Office Baroque Gallery / Xavier Hufkens, Brussels, Belgium

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

Ai Weiwei

Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany

By Colin Chinnery

Berlin Biennale 8

Various venues, Berlin, Germany

By Mark Prince

Reinhard Mucha

Sprüth Magers, Berlin, Germany

By Kirsty Bell

The pursuit of public happiness?

Arratia Beer, Berlin, Germany

By Sonja Hornung

Smart New World

Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany

By Pablo Larios

Paul Chan

Schaulager, Basel, Switzerland

By Jason Farago

Don’t Embarrass the Bureau

Lunds konsthall, Lund, Sweden

By Jacob Lillemose

Wilhelm Sasnal

Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore, Ireland

By Amy Sherlock

A Thousand Doors

Gennadius Library, Athens, Greece

By Anny Shaw

The Sky is Blue in Some Other Way: A Diagram of a Possible Misreading

Galería Elba Benítez, Madrid, Spain

By Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

PHotoEspaña 2014

Various venues, Madrid, Spain

By Sara Knelman

14th Venice Architecture Biennale

Various venues, Venice, Italy

By Rahma Khazam

Pierre Soulages

Musée Soulages, Rodez, France

By Emily Nathan

12th Bienal de Cuenca

Various venues, Cuenca, Ecuador

By Dan Fox

Mary Teague

The Commercial, Sydney, Australia

By Eleanor Ivory Weber

Damiano Bertoli

Neon Parc, Melbourne, Australia

By Kit Wise

Mohau Modisakeng

BRUNDYN+, Cape Town, South Africa

By Sean O’Toole

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Neue Galerie, New York, USA

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Jutta Koether

Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York, USA

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Sam Moyer

Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York, USA

By Aaron Bogart

Mickalene Thomas

Lehmann Maupin, New York, USA

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John Altoon

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, USA

By Ed Schad

Josh Mannis

Thomas Solomon Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

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Vera Frenkel

National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada

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Liverpool Biennial 2014

Various venues, Liverpool, UK

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Pilar Corrias, Maria Stenfors & Max Wigram Gallery, London, UK

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Judith Bernstein

Studio Voltaire, London, UK

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Jacqueline Humphries

Modern Art, London, UK

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Sean Edwards

Limoncello, London, UK

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Melanie Smith

MK Gallery, Milton Keynes, UK

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Gustav Metzger

Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, UK

By James Cahill

Whitney Biennial 2014

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA

By Jason Farago

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