issue 233

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The constantly evolving event site uses perpetual adaptation and new notion of creative practice to face the challenges to sustainability

BY J. Morgan Puett | 21 MAR 23

Members and affiliates of the Haitian art collective trace the group’s history and advocate for the importance of supporting the country’s next generation of artists

BY André Eugène, Evel Romain AND Leah Gordon | 17 MAR 23

The artist speaks about their recent actions at COP27 in Egypt and how collectivity can be reconsidered using microorganisms

BY Olamiju Fajemisin AND Katherine Ball | 14 MAR 23

A profile of the collective whose recent project highlights haenyeo – strong, independent divers from Jeju Island

BY Haeju Kim | 10 MAR 23

So Mayer tracks the histories of collective filmmaking practices, often responding to the turbulence of British politics

BY So Mayer | 08 MAR 23

Artworks are secondary in the group’s struggle for stolen soil in Australia’s Northern Territory

BY Caitlin Chaisson | 06 MAR 23

The artist offers his personal recollections of co-founding a collective instrumental to the British Black Arts Movement in the 1980s

BY Keith Piper | 03 MAR 23

With Somxs Podemx, the duo revitalizes older models of street performance

BY Eva Díaz | 01 MAR 23

Using web3 technologies, the Berlin-based artist collective attempts to grant sovereignty to nature

BY Simon Wu | 27 FEB 23

The artist, who has long shared the authorship of his work, reaffirms his role as a catalyst and instigator

BY Jonathan Griffin | 24 FEB 23

Former members of artist duos and groups discuss how and why art collectives form, and eventually come to pass

At Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin, the artists cold war-era ‘typewritings’ address systems of power through themes of nature, technology and war

BY Alex Turgeon | 12 JAN 23

A group exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Skopje brings together Roma artists from across Europe to explore a history of exclusion

BY Erëmirë Krasniqi | 11 JAN 23

Marking the centenary of the artist's birth, a retrospective at MMCA Deoksugung presents a survey of his most influential paintings and abstract sculptures

BY Liz Kim | 05 JAN 23

At P420, Bologna, the artist’s canny combination of materials fuels dark leaps of imagination

BY Ana Vukadin | 05 JAN 23

Characterized by a series of micro-shows, this year’s exhibition approaches postwar US imperialism through a multiplicity of lenses 

BY Margaret Kross | 04 JAN 23

An exhibition at the Smart Art Museum, Chicago, questions the role of the market and the possibility of pure aesthetics in single-coloured works

BY Alex Jen | 29 DEC 22

At Moderna Museet, Stockholm, the artist’s solo exhibition shows just how much her work has been absorbed into our collective imagination

BY Natasha Marie Llorens | 28 DEC 22

A major retrospective at M+, Hong Kong recounts the artist’s seven-decade career in her own words

BY Ophelia Lai | 27 DEC 22

At Peres Projects, Berlin, the artist’s new series dispels the limiting stereotype that women’s identities are based on the home

BY Eliza Levinson | 21 DEC 22