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Liz Kim on how the social and artistic movement of the 1980s inspired a new generation of Korean artists

BY Liz Kim | 31 AUG 22

With the spotlight at the Venice Biennale falling all-too-often on the 30 national pavilions in the Giardini, writer Jennifer Higgie asks whether this 19th-century format still makes sense

BY Jennifer Higgie | 23 MAR 22

On the tenth anniversary of Kelley’s death, Dan Fox rereads the artist’s writing and criticism

BY Dan Fox | 15 DEC 21

In a cross-continent phone conversation, one author traces the narrative artist’s evolution through her books

BY Lucy Ives | 19 NOV 21

Ellen Mara De Wachter considers how plants can teach us to live ethically

22 APR 16

Notes on Awkwardness

BY Amy Sillman | 10 NOV 15

Dan Fox reports on the exhibition's highlights

20 MAR 15

Pablo Larios talks about 'Network Fatigue' in the age of digital circulation

27 OCT 14

Dan Fox asks: who are the audiences for artists, writers and curators?

07 FEB 14

What do we mean by Post-Internet art?

30 OCT 13

Jessica Warboys works with film, painting, sculpture and stained glass. But her primary medium may be our ability to recognize resemblances.

14 NOV 12

Phil Collins embraces mass media and popular culture, only to unsettle the stereotypes they produce.

21 OCT 12

A letter to Claes Oldenberg by co-editor Dan Fox

30 MAY 12

Where does a sculpture start and where does it end? Since Rodin the answer has been unclear. Today, artists are finding very different solutions to the persistent problem of the pedestal

BY Manuela Ammer | 11 AUG 11

Quinn Latimer on Moyra Davey’s films, photographs and writing

09 FEB 09