‘It’s a sinewy and organic thing, almost threatening, in an otherwise boring district of embassies and hotels’
Six-years in the making, the comprehensive ‘Museum of Obsessions’ tracks the life and work of the prolific and enormously ambitious curator
Sam Thorne on the abundance of artists creating clouds, or works that cloud our vision
The 15th anniversary of Joshua Tree's annual art event: High Desert Test Sites
A new book on the legendary curator Walter Hopps
What are the implications of documenta 14’s focus on the aural?
Exhibitions from, or about, the past that help make sense of the present
Recently released online, MoMA’s vast exhibitions archive shakes up the modernist canon
How are art schools changing?
The rise of the artist-curated biennial
Is a new greenhouse in Mexico a blueprint for the museum of the future?
Sam Thorne discusses activism, collaboration and the uses of absurdity with Ahmet Öğüt
A new book by Bruce Altshuler explores the history of postwar exhibitions
The artist's studio. What does it evoke?
The untidy tradition of criticism
Jennifer Higgie and Sam Thorne talk to the new director of Tate Modern about the museum’s plans for the future
Sam Thorne explores the esoteric work of writers who created fictional artists, from Paul Auster and Susan Sontag to Oscar Wilde and Marcel Proust
Aicon Gallery, London, UK
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