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State of the Art

The art world is not the world, but what the world needs, artists need, too

BY Evan Moffitt | 28 MAR 20
Venice 2019

The Golden Lion-winning Lithuanian Pavilion, ‘Sun & Sea (Marina)’, crafts an endless pop song for the end times

BY En Liang Khong | 17 MAY 19

Leftist histories, state violence and the cracking open of time: can a ‘mere’ competition, and publicity exercise, also speak truth to power?

BY En Liang Khong | 27 SEP 18

From Budapest to Liverpool, a resurgent far-right poses a great threat to cultural freedom

BY En Liang Khong | 24 SEP 18

‘Art is not CNN,’ says Banu Cennetoğlu – new works produced with London’s Chisenhale Gallery ask: are you paying enough attention?

BY En Liang Khong | 26 JUL 18

Laments for the dead are performed in a secret crypt beneath Islington Green

BY En Liang Khong | 27 APR 18

Inspired by L. Frank Baum’s illusory city, K11’s first in-house curated show looks to the hidden forces structuring how we see the world

BY En Liang Khong | 19 APR 18

From a drone strike in Pakistan to reconstructing Syrian torture cells, a survey of the Eyal Weizman-led 'counter-forensics' agency at London's ICA

BY En Liang Khong | 26 MAR 18

From Ragnar Kjartansson’s Italo-pop-infused The Sky in a Room to Matt Stokes’s happy hardcore recitals: the organ’s profane potential

BY En Liang Khong | 09 MAR 18

Ahead of a show at Amsterdam’s EYE Filmmuseum, how the documentarian’s wandering gaze takes in China’s landscapes of loss

BY En Liang Khong | 29 JAN 18

Reopening after a two-year hiatus, London’s brutalist landmark is more than a match for the photographer’s blockbuster capitalist realism

BY En Liang Khong | 25 JAN 18

Highlights from the 2018 edition of Condo London, a collaborative exhibition by 46 galleries across 17 citywide locations

BY En Liang Khong | 12 JAN 18

The staging of an international art biennial in Anren, China, contained both Potemkinist ambition and Brechtian drama

BY En Liang Khong | 11 JAN 18

Thinking about propaganda, palimpsests, and a presentation of Tino Sehgal works in Moscow

BY En Liang Khong | 27 NOV 17

For the 6th Amsterdam Art Weekend, our picks of the best shows and events across the Dutch capital

BY En Liang Khong | 24 NOV 17

Rebecca Warren lines up a parade of pagan bronzes for Tate St Ives’s newly opened gallery

BY En Liang Khong | 30 OCT 17

Ahead of the tenth anniversary edition of Brussels Gallery Weekend, a preview of the shows not to miss around town

BY En Liang Khong | 05 SEP 17
City Report

In this microcosm of the disenfranchisement of ‘Late Great Britain’, what use is art?

BY En Liang Khong | 24 AUG 17

From an inflatable anti-capitalist dragon to the shattered shadow of Robert Burns: highlights from this year’s Edinburgh Art Festival

BY En Liang Khong | 01 AUG 17

The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art inaugurates its biennial artists’ award with a show marked by the idea of transference

BY En Liang Khong | 24 JUL 17