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As an exhibition of his work heads to the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the photographer speaks to poet Simone White about the changing landscape of Harlem and US institutions

29 OCT 20

A look at Germany’s exhibition landscape shows the importance of identifying blind spots

BY Mahret Ifeoma Kupka | 30 SEP 20

Germany's Green Party wants to get rid of the word ‘race’ in the German constitution. Natasha A. Kelly writes about what actually needs to change in Germany

BY Natasha A. Kelly | 30 SEP 20

During the turbulent summer of 2020, the filmmakers met to discuss contemporary filmmaking and decentring the human

BY John Akomfrah | 23 SEP 20

Stephen Squibb on the tactics of untruth, from Martha Rosler to Hito Steyerl

BY Stephen Squibb | 15 SEP 20

The artist's augmented-reality works are freeing public sculpture from the ‘ideology of control’

BY Elvia Wilk | 15 SEP 20

The author of Glitch Feminism on correcting the cyberfeminist canon, the Black trauma at the root of memes and why online space is still ‘real’

BY Momtaza Mehri | 19 AUG 20

Negar Azimi on Adnan’s sensuous intellect

BY Negar Azimi | 04 AUG 20

 An exclusive excerpt from her forthcoming book

BY Etel Adnan | 25 JUN 20

Renowned poet Joan Retallack reads Adnan’s poetry

BY Joan Retallack | 25 JUN 20

Omar Berrada on the artist’s polymathic imagination

BY Omar Berrada | 24 JUN 20

For Adnan, art and politics need not be in conflict

BY Pablo Larios | 23 JUN 20

‘Technological advancement does not assuage our fears’

BY Goshka Macuga | 19 JUN 20

Warburg has been credited with both inventing and destroying art history

BY Bill Sherman | 19 JUN 20

Short fiction inspired by Aby Warburg’s ‘Panel B’

BY Claire-Louise Bennett | 19 JUN 20

Is this art? Science? Who cares?

BY Carmen Winant | 19 JUN 20

‘There is pain and suffering in these pictures, but also pure possibility’

BY Brian Dillon | 19 JUN 20
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The consolations of ancient philosophy for our dire moment

BY Paul Chan | 05 JUN 20

Before Twitter, Félix Fénéon’s daily ‘novels in three lines’ made a literary art form of current affairs

BY Francesca Wade | 22 MAY 20

Steven Zultanski on the Chicago-based cult video artist

BY Steven Zultanski | 20 APR 20