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Other highlights include the culinary cinema of Fredrick Wiseman and Bei Dao's poetics on life in exile

BY Marko Gluhaich |

Other highlights include Flora Dunster and Theo Gordon’s anthology of queer photography and the return of Artists Behind Bars

BY Sean Burns |

Highlights include an album of music produced by visual artists and a cornucopia of hot new shows

BY Sean Burns |

Highlights include the latest release from Jon Fosse, an Annie Ernaux classic and Carl Theodor Dreyer’s final art-house drama

BY Marko Gluhaich |

Other highlights include Victor Heringer’s final novel and the experimental excitations of a Japanese underground legend

BY Andrew Durbin |

Other highlights include Mitski’s new album and Dmitry Samarov's collection of replies to decades-old letters

BY Lisa Yin Zhang |

Other highlights include the return of Zamrock band WITCH, Ben Lerner’s divisive book of poetry and a piano interlude with Mahoy Tsegué-Maryam Guèbrou

BY Terence Trouillot |

Other highlights include Noname’s latest ‘bedroom rap’ album and the second season of Isaac Asimov’s Foundation

BY Angel Lambo |

Other highlights include Lauren Elkin’s provocative book on feminist art and a long-awaited film on the late British photographer Tish Murtha

BY Vanessa Peterson |

Other highlights include the late Edward Yang’s Taiwanese family drama and a collection of art-critical essays by Hal Foster  

BY Marko Gluhaich |

Other highlights include Martine Syms’s art-school satire and a nostalgic glance back at the indomitable Tina Turner

BY Terence Trouillot |

Other highlights include a collection of poetry and ephemera by US writer John Wieners and a beautiful monograph of the Scottish painter Carole Gibbons

BY Sean Burns |

A forthcoming release from fantasy video game franchise The Legend of Zelda and a Bettye LaVette throwback remix also make this week's highlights

BY Andrew Durbin |

Other highlights include Mindy Seu's expansive book on cyberfeminism and a new album from the Korean American artist Yaeji

BY Lisa Yin Zhang |

Other highlights include Plaster, a quarterly poster magazine dedicated to contemporary artists, and a new stage adaption of Derek Jarman’s Blue 

BY Sean Burns |

Other highlights include Ira Sachs’s sexy tragicomedy and an overdue English translation of an East German literary classic

BY Chloe Stead |

Spotlighting Gail Rebhan’s About Time, the legacy of Black women writers, A.V. Rockwell’s first feature film and an urgent podcast about trans joy and politics

BY Angel Lambo |

This week’s selection also revisits the works of two literary giants and Yo Yo Ma’s electrifying rendition of a Bach classic 

BY Marko Gluhaich |

Other highlights include a Ghanaian internet radio station rapidly taking over international airwaves and the latest novel from Nell Zink

BY Vanessa Peterson |

Other highlights include composer Ryuichi Sakamoto’s latest album and the New York Review of Architecture – a small, independent newspaper reviewing the city’s most reputable (and disreputable) buildings

BY Terence Trouillot |