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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

Poet Tan Lin recalls growing up in Athens, Ohio, with his sister, the artist Maya Lin – with specially commissioned photography by Roe Ethridge

BY Tan Lin | 19 MAR 20
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As Italy comes under full lock-down, surveying the effects of a global health emergency

BY Pablo Larios | 10 MAR 20

Michelle Millar Fisher and Andrea Fraser discuss how to radically reshape the power structures of museums today

BY ​Andrea Fraser | 26 FEB 20

The translator of the Nobel Literature Prize winner on jet lag, death threats and insomnia in Poland

BY Jennifer Croft | 26 FEB 20

As major exhibitions at Nasher Sculpture Center, National Gallery of Art and the Museum of Cycladic Art honour the iconoclastic sculptor, novelist Hermione Hoby reflects on her six-decade career

BY Hermione Hoby | 26 FEB 20

As Blake’s most comprehensive retrospective to date closes at the ICA, Los Angeles, Shiv Kotecha examines the artist’s three-decade practice, which revels in the infinite variations of identity and pleasure

BY Shiv Kotecha | 30 DEC 19

In collaborations with her community and family, Halsey leans towards the funky, the funny and the queer

BY Jonathan Griffin | 30 DEC 19

After a storied career documenting faraway places and ‘outsiders’ closer to home, the German experimental filmmaker turns the lens back on her own life in her new feature, Paris Calligrammes

BY Amy Sherlock | 24 DEC 19

Can a trio of exhibitions in New York shed light on this enigmatic figure?

BY Jessica Lynne | 25 OCT 19

It’s tempting to read Haacke’s longstanding work of institutional critique as prescient. In fact, he’s been an astute observer for long enough to know that current scrutiny of museum ethics is well overdue

BY Alyssa Battistoni | 25 OCT 19

The prize-winning sociologist on where measurement fails

BY Saskia Sassen | 25 OCT 19

In Buffalo, the artist Marlene McCarty has planted a toxic garden that draws on the area’s intertwined histories of capitalism, expropriation and utopian dreaming

BY Jennifer Kabat | 23 OCT 19

The challenges faced by the Institut Valencià d’Art Modern have involved a form of firefighting that many museums outside of capital cities seem in thrall to

BY Max Andrews | 22 OCT 19

The origins of Gustave Courbet’s ‘Origin of the World’

BY Tim Smith-Laing | 02 OCT 19

How did the design school impact on the Antipodes?

BY Rebecca Hawcroft | 02 OCT 19

‘Kara Walker reinvents painting and drawing’s conventions, while talking about ideas that are epic in scale and deep in blood,’ Als writes

BY Hilton Als | 26 SEP 19

As the artist’s largest survey to date opens at Zeitz MoCAA and Norval Foundation, Cape Town, Sean O’Toole examines his dadaist lexicon 

BY Sean O’Toole | 26 SEP 19

Performed images in contemporary art and everyday life

BY Isobel Harbison | 24 SEP 19