October 2015

Falling Idols

Public monuments, Islamic State and contesting the story of the past by Marina Warner

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October 2015

Ellie Ga


by Jennifer Kabat

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October 2015

Life in Performance

Artist and choreographer Adam Linder on dressing up, music videos and mutant dance

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October 2015

By Design

The re-invigorated relationship between design and craft by Alice Rawsthorn

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October 2015


Brazilian cinema and the hybrid documentary by Aaron Cutler

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October 2015

Salmon Creek Farm: Part 2


Co-editor Dan Fox visits Salmon Creek Farm, former commune and the site of Fritz Haeg’s new long-term project

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October 2015

Lopped and Hewed

The ‘monstrous homunculi’ of Enrico David by Brian Dillon

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October 2015

My Influences

Nathalie du Pasquier on the people, images and places that have influenced her career

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October 2015



Manège de Sury, Mons

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October 2015

Frieze Writer’s Prize 2015

The winner of the frieze writer’s prize 2015 is Holly Corfield-Carr

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Postcard from Melbourne

Postcard from Melbourne

Locals revel in sardonically reminding outsiders who mention the infamous unpredictable weather: ‘that’s Melbourne’. Melburnians are proud of their city – it’s tempting to say…

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State of the Art

Speaking in TonguesSubscriber only

The best art eludes easy interpretation by Chris Wiley

Other cities, other seas

Acts of TransformationRegistered only

Finding historical perspectives on current upheavals in the Arab world by Kaelen Wilson-Goldie


The Manhattan Effect

London's studio-space crisis by Katharine Stout

Art History

Lives of the ArtistsRegistered only

A new biopic on the late Indian modernist, F.N. Souza by Shanay Jhaveri


Translating the SelfSubscriber only

How artists have explored transgender identity by Juliet Jacques

Life in Performance

Life in PerformanceRegistered only

Dressing up, ballet, music videos and mutant dance by Adam Linder


FilmSubscriber only

Brazilian cinema and the hybrid documentary by Aaron Cutler


MusicSubscriber only

Test Dept: where leftist idealism and popular modernism collide by Mark Fisher

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Lopped and HewedRegistered only

Ahead of the artist’s forthcoming exhibition of new work at The Hepworth Wakefield, Brian Dillon considers the ‘monstrous homunculi’ of Enrico David by Brian Dillon

Think Piece

The Fan ClubSubscriber only

Why enthusiasm, not scholarship, motivates artists by Julian Hoeber

Studio Visit

Studio Visit: David DouardRegistered only

Language as virus and failing machines by Robert Barry


Trying to Escape a PatternSubscriber only

Elizabeth Price’s new two-screen, HD video installation, K by Lavinia Greenlaw


Nathalie du Pasquier: My InfluencesSubscriber only

The French artist Nathalie du Pasquier recollects the people, images and places that have shaped her career by Nathalie du Pasquier


In Focus: Nick GossRegistered only

Drifting, dreaming and drowned worlds by Amy Sherlock

Think Piece

Falling IdolsSubscriber only

Public monuments, Islamic State and contesting the story of the past by Marina Warner by Marina Warner


Room With A ViewRegistered only

Art history meets domestic life in the paintings of Jonas Wood by Ian Chang


In Focus: Ellie GaSubscriber only

Alchemy, travel and the essay by Jennifer Kabat


Questionnaire: Jim ShawRegistered only

Q: What should stay the same? A: Nature. by Jim Shaw

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Park Avenue Armory

Philippe ParrenoSubscriber only by Laura McLean-Ferris

Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal

Jon RafmanRegistered only by James D. Campbell

Nomas Foundation

Gianni PolitiSubscriber only by Mike Watson


Alessandro PessoliRegistered only by Nicola Ricciardi

Long Museum West Bund

Ding YiSubscriber only by Colin Siyuan Chinnery

Galleria Continua & Tang Contemporary Art

Ai WeiweiRegistered only by Carol Yinghua Lu

Govett-Brewster Art Gallery / Len Lye Centre, New Plymouth

Len Lye & Our Hearts of DarknessSubscriber only by Anthony Byrt

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From the Archives

Useful Art

From January 2012

Useful Art

From issue 144, January-February 2012: Kathy Noble talks to Tania Bruguera about the artist’s long-term project in New York, Immigrant Movement International, and what it means not to ‘represent politics but to create political situations’

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