Enthusiasm

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‘No other type of cinema in recent decades has worshipped reality in this intense manner’

 

BY Mark Cousins | 04 FEB 19

‘It has created a space of inclusion in a patriarchal art scene in which the visibility of female practitioners was minimal’

BY Bisi Silva | 04 FEB 19

‘Even with the softest breeze, it comes alive and gently plays with the world around’

BY Kulapat Yantrasast | 04 FEB 19

‘Inside the cemetery, hundreds of names descend in chronological order, but time’s forward motion clearly does not signify progress here’

BY Jennifer Kabat | 04 FEB 19

‘The way she stumbled on stage, with her smeared lips and perfect legs, appeared at once criminally affected and wildly persuasive’

BY Michelle Orange | 04 FEB 19

‘Every two minutes, people upload more images to the internet than existed in total just 150 years ago’

BY Orit Gat | 04 FEB 19

‘In this false universe of positive gloss and shallow passions, where can a real enthusiasm be located?’

BY Darian Leader | 04 FEB 19

‘I stayed first for an hour, then whole afternoons and, eventually, days’

BY Jonathan P. Watts | 04 FEB 19

‘Here, the body becomes a ghostly mark in time, a blurring, a phantasm’

BY Christine Tohmé | 31 JAN 19

‘What triggered the initiation of the Association of Musical Marxists?’

BY Ahmet Öğüt | 31 JAN 19

‘The wide range of artists presented in this astonishing show was a provocation that will fuel many young curators and scholars in the coming years’

BY Adriano Pedrosa | 31 JAN 19

‘I don’t know how a poet becomes a poet. And I don’t think anyone else does either’

BY Glen Baxter | 31 JAN 19

‘Piper reminds me that I must remain committed to both my language and actions’

BY Naomi Beckwith | 31 JAN 19

With new work on view at Tanya Bonakdar, New York, a look back at the artist’s iconic Venice pavilion

BY Jennifer Egan | 31 JAN 19

‘The salient factor wasn’t ever its printedness; Dot Dot Dot just took its own form seriously to think about things we see and how’

BY Pablo Larios | 30 JAN 19

‘In our current catastrophic political climate, we need Fisher more than ever before’

BY Geeta Dayal | 30 JAN 19

‘Contemporary art institutions should stop looking to museums or theatres as role models and, instead, learn from nightclubs’

BY Jenny Schlenzka | 30 JAN 19

‘Nelson is wilful and demanding, forever frustrated by the gap between expression and vision, as are all great artists’

BY Claire L. Evans | 29 JAN 19

Who’s Afraid of Barney Newman (1968) invokes a multiplicity of diasporic readings’

BY Rianna Jade Parker | 29 JAN 19

‘The contemporary global economy is based on flows and conversions of energy into information into capital’

BY Agnieszka Kurant | 28 JAN 19