Issue 244

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The celebrated artist is interested in the role of modernism in statecraft and conflict

BY Giovanna Silva AND Laura McLean-Ferris |

Minoru Nomatas paintings of fictional structures lament the buildings that embodied political movements striving for greater equality

BY Juliet Jacques |

A new wave of spaces has emerged to embrace the city’s pop sensibility and challenge the status quo

We revisit the artist’s ‘Great White Fear’ series, featuring phallic shark paintings, to evaluate its enduring message

BY Chloe Stead |

The computer programme created by the artist in 1988 functioned as a chatbot long before the development of ChatGPT

BY Paul Chan |

How a storied artists’ book publisher placed 1970s conceptual art into the hands of a new generation

BY Dan Fox |

Ahead of Smith’s show in London, the two artists discuss their histories and the fear and excitement of creating new works

BY Lubaina Himid AND Marlene Smith |

How architects in post-independence Ghana and India wrested building from their western forbears

BY Derin Fadina |

How a group of self-taught practitioners pioneered a national art form by mythologizing African traditions through religious divination

BY Rianna Jade Parker |

The renowned composer created a rousing piece of music with changing dynamics by manipulating the speed of sound

BY Carson Chan |

Koffi & Diabaté Architectes have developed a new project as an alternative to unchecked and market-oriented urbanization

BY Lennart Wolff |

The artist and photographer shares a selection of her favourite tracks

BY Hanayo |

Her first solo exhibition in Europe since 1975 at Xavier Hufkens demonstrates that her paintings continue to challenge contemporary perceptions of sexuality and agency 

BY Hettie Judah |

A series of monochrome photos at Soft Opening, London, allows viewers to peek into Berlin porn cinemas, offering only slight hints of the people inside

BY Emily Steer |

‘In Real Time’ at NYUAD Art Gallery, Abu Dhabi, presents art works that evolve over the course of the exhibition

BY Nadine Khalil |

At Collezione Maramotti in Reggio Emilia, the artists sumptuous portraits of Afro-Italian life probe questions of personal history, identity and nationality

BY Reuben Esien |

At ICA Los Angeles, a group exhibition centres relationships and community as cornerstones of what it might mean to be Asian American

BY Vanessa Holyoak |

At CAC Passerelle, Brest, the artist showcases an archive that maps Arab and South Asian migration to Latin America and the Caribbean

BY Fernanda Brenner |

Despite its range and sincerity, a group exhibition focusing on First Nations artists relies on outdated curatorial methodologies

At Company Gallery, New York, the artist uses subversion and humour to upend the ideological landscape of contemporary sex/work and our moral attitudes towards it

BY Jeppe Ugelvig |