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David Goldblatt discusses representation, censorship and his decision to remove his archive from the University of Cape Town

BY Paul Clinton | 29 SEP 17

Curator Raphael Gygax brings together eleven artists from eight countries for this year’s Frieze Projects

BY Sean O'Toole | 28 SEP 17

Poet Claudia Rankine and filmmaker Alix Lambert talk to the domestic ‘intelligent personal assistant’ about film, theatre and biases in computer programming

BY Alix Lambert AND Claudia Rankine | 14 SEP 17

A revelatory exhibition cements a rising appreciation of African American art

BY Pernilla Holmes | 07 SEP 17

From unmasking an author to literary dress sense: what to read this weekend

BY Paul Clinton | 07 JUL 17

Fact checking Trump and New York gallery roster demographics: what to read this weekend

02 JUN 17

From why its good to repeat jokes to how to keep it impersonal: what to read about this weekend

BY Paul Clinton | 19 MAY 17

From Irving Penn to the stereograph: a photography themed weekend reading list

BY Paul Clinton | 05 MAY 17

Dan Fox looks at the work of Mark Bradford, who represents the US at this year’s Venice Biennale

BY Dan Fox | 29 APR 17

From a short history of plagiarism to Trisha Brown's walk: what to read this weekend

BY Paul Clinton | 24 MAR 17

From Umberto Eco on fascism to Thomas Pynchon’s stand-in: what to read this weekend

BY Paul Clinton | 10 FEB 17

How the volatile political climate in the US might influence this year’s voting

BY Bert Rebhandl | 30 JAN 17

Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York, USA

BY Orit Gat | 22 JAN 17

A history of underground Black publishing, from W.E.B. Du Bois to #BlackLivesMatter

BY Ian Bourland | 20 DEC 16

From the perversity of suburbia to the politics of partying: what to read this weekend

BY Paul Clinton | 16 DEC 16

From Carmen Herrera's taste for simplicity to a history of competitive eating: what to read this weekend

BY Paul Clinton | 25 NOV 16

From the art of opacity to Joan Didion on race and the problem of good intentions: what to read this weekend

BY Paul Clinton | 18 NOV 16

A selection of the best articles responding to the US election result

BY Paul Clinton | 11 NOV 16

Part six of our US election series: Kameelah Janan Rasheed argues why there has never been a more opportune time to confront racial oppression

BY Kameelah Janan Rasheed | 01 NOV 16

The history of ‘other’ cinema stretches from the explosion of film as a popular art in America to the late 1940s, when integration began, haltingly, in Hollywood and in popular culture


BY Nick Pinkerton | 22 OCT 16