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On the occasion of her retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum, the artist speaks to Malik Gaines about her process, politics and vision for a more equitable world

BY Malik Gaines AND Lorraine O’Grady | 02 APR 21

The President of Spelman College reflects on the role that historically black colleges and universities in the US have played in supporting the work of emerging artists and scholars 

BY Evan Moffitt AND Mary Schmidt Campbell | 30 MAR 21

At the artist’s first institutional show in China, real life slips into the shadows of a digital world seeking to supplant it

BY Carina Bukuts | 29 MAR 21

Despite the pitfalls of the pandemic, the independent curator continues to organize exciting exhibitions and find new and creative ways to engage with artists

BY Terence Trouillot | 25 MAR 21

From Camille Henrot in Hanover to William Kentridge in Luxembourg, these are the institutional exhibitions that we’re looking forward to

BY frieze | 24 MAR 21

At the heart of the artist's work is a critique of the violence of representation

BY Eric Otieno Sumba | 23 MAR 21

The painter, writer, educator and self-described ‘art appreciator’ invites us to follow and think alongside her

BY Tausif Noor AND Amy Sillman | 02 MAR 21

Stawarska-Beavans multi-media works stress lost and forgotten aspects of spaces and their political, public and private borders 

BY Lubaina Himid | 14 DEC 20

How Virunhakul's performances mobilize touch between audience and performer

BY Korakrit Arunanondchai | 14 DEC 20

In his home studio the artist explores pleasure, privilege and how ‘through our body, we bring our archives’

BY Kevin Brazil | 14 DEC 20

Tania Candiani on how the artists’ work challenges the dominant historical narrative of the clash between Indigenous and European cultures
 

BY Tania Candiani | 14 DEC 20

Rykeyn Bailey captures the violence of time passing in a new series of drawings and paintings

BY Ashland Mines | 14 DEC 20

What do art and cheerleading have in common? Moon thinks they both come from the core

BY Samson Kambalu | 14 DEC 20

Rodney McMillian on how work of his former students work is ‘a way to digest how ideas about race, radicalism and class are negotiated'

BY Rodney McMillian | 14 DEC 20

Panayiotou on how the French artist’s sculptures ‘look straight into the eyes of the viewer’

BY Christodoulos Panayiotou | 11 DEC 20

The creator of ‘allegorical’ exhibitions, who believed in the potential of mistakes, has died aged 88

BY Barbara Casavecchia | 16 NOV 20

This year’s Marcel Duchamp Prize winner looks at knowledge that has fallen through the cracks

BY Carina Bukuts | 27 OCT 20

While the American artist was staying in Dublin in the 1990s, she encountered a female character with a wildness to match Mad Sweeney 

Bradford Nordeen remembers the late American filmmaker’s carnality, decay, hurt, humour and so much excruciating beauty

BY Bradford Nordeen | 19 JUN 20