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With a new work on view at the Queens Museum, the artist continues to probe the paradox of Asian-American visibility and ‘model minority’ myth

BY Alex Jen | 09 APR 21

The President of Spelman College reflects on the role that historically black colleges and universities in the US have played in supporting the work of emerging artists and scholars 

BY Evan Moffitt AND Mary Schmidt Campbell | 30 MAR 21

At the artist’s first institutional show in China, real life slips into the shadows of a digital world seeking to supplant it

BY Carina Bukuts | 29 MAR 21

As her retrospective ends at Denver Art Museum, the Colorado-based artist reflects on ‘tender-type beginnings to sagging ends’ of ageing sculpture and bodies

BY Olamiju Fajemisin | 24 MAR 21

This year’s Marcel Duchamp Prize winner looks at knowledge that has fallen through the cracks

BY Carina Bukuts | 27 OCT 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

The writer’s ‘immoderate’, genre-crossing style set the tone for the biggest literary trend in recent years

BY Brian Dillon | 05 DEC 19

Pharoah demonstrates a way to be in the world as a Black artist, expressing a sense of pride that does not violate privacy

BY Harmony Holiday | 27 NOV 19

New work on view at Lévy Gorvy proves that the artist, nearing 90, is at the top of his game

BY Glenn Adamson | 15 NOV 19

An artist who made a mockery of wealth and class pretensions is revivified as a prophet of possibility in a corrupted world

BY Philomena Epps | 14 NOV 19

At two solo museum shows, the artist’s animations extend beyond the screen to sculpture, an experimental dance album and merchandise

BY Michael Bullock | 04 NOV 19

The inventive and evasive choreographer, at work on a new project, grapples with the spectacle of death 

BY Rennie McDougall | 23 OCT 19

The prolific Polish writer has a complicated relationship to nationality

BY Helen Charman | 16 OCT 19

The singer committed her life to defying a classical music industry that was not only deeply critical of women’s bodies, but also sceptical of black talent

BY Kira Thurman | 11 OCT 19

The group, who will perform at London’s City Lit this week, push experimental composition to its limit

BY Emily Bick | 10 OCT 19

The artist talks about the mystery and politics of making 

BY Sean Burns | 08 OCT 19

For two years, Jackson ran one of the most important galleries for black artists of the past half century

BY Chase Quinn | 27 SEP 19

The restless, rageful ‘No Home Record’ lures as much as it discomfits

BY Hermione Hoby | 24 SEP 19

A tribute to the photographer, from the ‘sucker punch’ of ‘The Americans’ (1958), to his later work ‘howling with anguish, frustration and ennui’

BY Chris Wiley | 17 SEP 19

Working across art, design and architecture, the trio make community-focused work that aims to have a long-term impact on an area and its inhabitants

BY Kadish Morris | 20 AUG 19