State of the Art

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A defence of naivety in the age of information

BY Harry Thorne | 01 JUN 17

Art in the age of climate change

BY Evan Moffitt | 23 APR 17

Solidarity isn't for everyone

BY Paul Clinton | 20 MAR 17

From Donald Trump's post-truth to Andy Warhol's philosophy, and back again

BY Pablo Larios | 20 JAN 17

Following Trump’s election, we must all prepare for a different world – one that needs art more than ever

BY Dan Fox | 20 JAN 17

With the death of Gawker and the rise of Trump, free speech is under threat

BY Christy Lange | 02 NOV 16

Islands, isolation and the difficulties of reflecting reality 

BY Amy Sherlock | 16 SEP 16

The 25th issue of this magazine, and changes at frieze

BY Jörg Heiser AND Mareike Dittmer | 25 AUG 16

Does looking at, or reading, something online change its meaning?

BY Paul Teasdale | 01 JUN 16

The importance of an artist's biography

BY Jonathan Griffin | 11 APR 16

The term ‘outsider artist’ is tired – but it may soon take on new meaning 

BY Dan Fox | 11 MAR 16

Dada's centenary and the importance of absurdity

BY Jennifer Higgie | 13 FEB 16

How well do you remember 2015?

BY Tom Morton | 11 DEC 15

Raising questions about rising rents

BY Christy Lange | 18 NOV 15

How I became a refugee-smuggling gratitude junkie

BY Stefanie Sargnagel | 14 NOV 15

The refugee crisis and the pitfalls of artistic responses

BY Jörg Heiser | 23 OCT 15

The best art eludes easy interpretation

BY Chris Wiley | 25 SEP 15

Visualizing the Snowden archive

BY Christy Lange | 01 SEP 15

Why do we yearn for fleeting forms of communication?

BY Pablo Larios | 20 AUG 15