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Saim Demircan explores three decades of life and loss in Kharkiv through the work of the Ukrainian photographer

BY Saim Demircan | 30 JUN 22

The artist’s latest one-act play considers the social and psychic repercussions of Belgium's colonialist project

BY Amber Power | 30 JUN 22

On the occasion of his show at Anonymous Gallery, the artist speaks to Jamila Prowse about using art to attend to personal and collective loss

BY Jamila Prowse AND Abbas Zahedi | 29 JUN 22

Dominique Petit-Frère recounts how Limbo Accra supports artist communities and came to transform unrealized developments across Ghana

The novelist watches Joanna Hogg’s two recent films and muses on how they convey the lessons learned in creative practices

BY Elif Batuman | 24 JUN 22

Salena Barry reflects on how the public art commission captures the pioneering spirit of Britain’s Caribbean community

BY Salena Barry | 22 JUN 22

Mariam Elnozahy looks at the way opera has shaped Egypt’s cultural landscape and influenced the country’s new city for arts and culture

BY Mariam Elnozahy | 20 JUN 22

Rosanna McLaughlin explores how the late feminist artist redressed politics and power in her semi-autobiographical paintings

BY Rosanna McLaughlin | 17 JUN 22

The director’s latest TV series, Pistol, hovers uncomfortably between the pretense of being an art form and desperately trying to hold our attention

BY McKenzie Wark | 16 JUN 22

The second part of the Met’s American fashion show attempts to display historical fashion tied to a precarious national identity

BY Matthew Linde | 14 JUN 22

The biennial, returning to the Senegalese capital for its 14th edition, offers visitors multiple perspectives of contemporary art practice in West Africa and further afield

BY Jareh Das | 14 JUN 22

The director’s return to the body horror genre exposes crimes of the heart

BY Carlos Valladares | 09 JUN 22

As the new National Museum moves to the waterfront, Timotheus Vermeulen reflects on a decade of change in the Norwegian capital

BY Timotheus Vermeulen | 09 JUN 22

Richard Hawkins on the crucial correspondence between the artist and the psychoanalyst

BY Richard Hawkins | 03 JUN 22

As several galleries celebrate birthdays, Hettie Judah speaks to Barbican Stories and directors of BALTIC, ICA, Midlands Art Centre and Yorkshire Sculpture Park about founding principles and future plans

BY Hettie Judah | 31 MAY 22

Paige K. Bradley profiles the NYC radio station that subverts the role of the celebrity and has a place for everyone on its airwaves

BY Paige K. Bradley | 30 MAY 22

Featuring Emma Stone, Damien Bonnard and a well-trained trip of goats, the Greek director’s silent short frees him from the pressures of the box office

BY Rory O'Connor | 26 MAY 22

Mariama Attah, Anna Frances Douglas and Jeremy Millar revisit John Berger’s famed television series and book

Patrick Kurth speaks to Siddhartha Lokanandi about his Berlin bookstore and creating a space for seduction and indecipherability

BY Siddhartha Lokanandi AND Patrick Kurth | 24 MAY 22

Rory O’Connor watches the filmmaker’s distinctive oeuvre which brings low-budget austerity to the film festival circuit

BY Rory O'Connor | 23 MAY 22