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The musician remembers coming out in the aftermath of the Lebanese Civil War and the recent death of Egyptian queer activist Sarah Hegazi

BY Hamed Sinno | 26 JUN 20

A rarely seen documentary shows the UK's Black communities in the wake of two tragic incidences of police brutality towards unarmed Black mothers in 1985

BY Rianna Jade Parker | 16 JUN 20

Retro pleasures are a smokescreen that fails to conceal the painfully quick dismantling of institutions that have lasted centuries

BY Sarah Manguso | 04 JUN 20

Patriotic imagery and calls for ‘togetherness’ distract from grass-roots demands for systemic change

BY Orit Gat | 04 JUN 20

Describe a global crisis in 600 words? Too hard. But isn’t everything else irrelevant right now?

BY Elvia Wilk | 28 MAY 20

After Hours is filled with a familiar, sometimes crushing, sense of yearning for something more

BY Aria Dean | 26 MAY 20

The fifth season of Billions is a queasy portrait of inequality in the US, but it can be hard to look away

BY Ian Bourland | 21 MAY 20

In FX’s new series, the women on both sides of the fight for the Equal Rights Amendment know that the totems of power are often just good grooming

BY Haley Mlotek | 15 MAY 20

As COVID-19 intensified, video games about disease spread

BY Lewis Gordon | 13 MAY 20

A new Netflix documentary and an online exhibition at Fierman Gallery, New York, celebrate the legacy of a shuttered gay bookstore, and the world disappearing along with it 

BY Evan Moffitt | 08 MAY 20

Six minutes of the glossy new streaming app’s TV-for-smartphone ‘quick bites’ can feel like an eternity

BY Kyle Chayka | 07 MAY 20

From his parodies of celebrity culture to his depiction of gender identities, there is still a lot to unpack on the centenary of the film director’s birth

BY Jamie Mackay | 30 APR 20

Why be part of the art world when you can just crash the party? 

BY Steven Phillips-Horst | 29 APR 20

Has Covid-19 made the internet good? It’s important to maintain our scepticism in this moment of unicorn-wifi-in-the-sky ‘niceness’

BY Orit Gat | 23 APR 20

From an MRSA Quilt to a Plague Dress, how artists are transforming the intersection of medicine and textiles

BY Amber Butchart | 17 APR 20

The psychoanalyst Karen Horney argued that neurosis killed productive artistic practice

BY Rob Sharp | 23 MAR 20

For many, talk of wage thresholds and points scored for speaking English will be anathema to a cultural scene defined by its internationalism

BY Chris Sharratt | 17 MAR 20

The first entirely state-funded art museum on the continent is also a relic of a turbulent political and economic history

BY Rebecca Anne Proctor | 10 MAR 20

The 14-day action is a response to the widespread casualization of labour, overwork and pay decreases

BY Ellen Mara De Wachter | 28 FEB 20

In the beloved Japanese anime films, childhood is a fantastic place of nightmare and wonder

BY Darran Anderson | 21 FEB 20