November • December 2015

International Pop & The World Goes Pop


Walker Art Center, Minneapolis & Tate Modern, London by Dan Fox

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November • December 2015

Life in Film

Norwegian filmmaker Ane Hjort Guttu on childhood heroines, dock-fiction and Swedish love stories

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November • December 2015

‘Six Members is Already a Society’

The provocative work of the Japanese collective Chim↑Pom by Ellen Mara De Wachter

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November • December 2015

Lawrence Lek


by Harry Thorne

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November • December 2015

Page and Screen


The first in a three-part series of film and essay projects supported by Arts Council England by Jonathan P. Watts

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November • December 2015

House Work

Claes Oldenburg talks to Dan Fox about domestic environments, 'Ray Guns' and the importance of humour

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November • December 2015

What is the Future of the Museum?

Sam Thorne invites ten art professionals to reveal how they envision the museum 25 years from now

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November • December 2015

14th Istanbul Biennial


Various venues, Istanbul by Kirsty Bell

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November • December 2015


Kaelen Wilson-Goldie discusses the evolution of Emily Jacir's artistic imagination

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November • December 2015

Apples and Pairs

Nicolas Party and Jesse Wine discuss forms, frames and learning from Giorgio Morandi

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November • December 2015

Play for Time

Why theatre remains vital by Lynne Tillman

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State of the Art

Civil ServiceRegistered only

The refugee crisis and the pitfalls of artistic responses by Jörg Heiser

In These Intemperate Times

Play for TimeSubscriber only

Why theatre remains vital by Lynne Tillman

Weekend Special

To Touch LightlyRegistered only

Is it time to eschew the word 'criticism'? by Sean O’Toole


Legal MattersSubscriber only

Germany's dispute over legislating artworks of national significance by Stefan Kobel

Frieze Video: Page & Screen

There Goes the Neighbourhood

How London's gentrification impacts on artists by Jonathan P. Watts

Life in Film

Life in Film: Ane Hjort GuttuSubscriber only

The Norwegian filmmaker on childhood heroines, docu-fiction and Swedish love stories by Ane Hjort Guttu


MusicRegistered only

Celebrating 40 years of La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela's Dream House by Andy Battaglia


BooksSubscriber only

A new collection of Robert Walser's little-known art criticism by Charlie Fox

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Apples and PairsRegistered only

Nicolas Party and Jesse Wine meet to discuss forms, frames and learning from Giorgio Morandi by Jesse Wine and Nicolas Party


House WorkSubscriber only

An interview with Claes Oldenburg by Dan Fox


In Focus: Lawrence LekRegistered only

A utopian world-in-progress by Harry Thorne


What is the Future of the Museum?Subscriber only

Sam Thorne considers what lies in store for gallery visitors and invites ten art professionals to reveal how they envision the museum 25 years from now by Sam Thorne


In Focus: Rancourt/YatsukRegistered only

Performance, salesmanship and the powers of persuasion by Eva Díaz


Influences: Emily JacirSubscriber only

From Hans Haacke’s 1993 exhibition ‘Germania’ through the works of the Palestinian writers Mahmoud Darwish and Wael Zuaiter to the films of Francesco Rosi and Jim Jarmusch – the evolution of Emily Jacir’s artistic imagination by Kaelen Wilson-Goldie


In Focus: Maryam JafriRegistered only

Same same but different by Rahma Khazam


‘Six Members Is Already a Society’Subscriber only

The provocative works of the Japanese collective Chim↑Pom by Ellen Mara De Wachter

Public Art

Alphabet of the RevolutionRegistered only

After more than 50 years of political and economic sanctions, Cuba has this year re-established diplomatic relations with the US. Art historian Andrianna Campbell and photographer Matthew Connors visited the country to explore the shifting meaning of political monuments in this new era of change. by Andrianna Campbell

Picture Piece

Picture Piece: Roland Barthes, ActorSubscriber only

Roland Barthes’s only acting performance by Derek Horton

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Clifton Benevento

Wu TsangSubscriber only by Matthew Shen Goodman


Samara GoldenRegistered only by Orit Gat

Honor Fraser

Howardena PindellSubscriber only by Evan Moffitt

China Art Objects

This Sentence, by Public FictionRegistered only by Summer Guthery

CAM Raleigh

The Nothing That Is – A Drawing Show in Five PartsSubscriber only by Mimi Luse


Lisa WilkensRegistered only by Eleanor Clayton

Centre for Contemporary Arts

The Shock of VictorySubscriber only by Chris Sharratt

Frith Street Gallery

James Castle / John RiddyRegistered only by Charlie Fox


Kemang Wa LehulereSubscriber only by Ellen Mara De Wachter

The Approach

Evren TekinoktayRegistered only by Yasmine Seale

Modern Art

Torey ThorntonSubscriber only by Louisa Elderton


Basic InstinctRegistered only by Patrick Langley

Timothy Taylor

Eduardo TerrazasSubscriber only by Martin Herbert

Long March Space

Tianzhuo ChenRegistered only by Laura Castagnini

Sutton Gallery

Helen JohnsonSubscriber only by Sophie Knezic

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From the Archives

Another Country

From April 2008

Another Country

With Emily Jacir’s solo show now on view at the Whitechapel Gallery, London (until 3 January 2016), re-read Kirsty Bell’s monograph on the artist from issue 114, April 2008

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