Featuring Tomás Saraceno, Kenan Malik on cultural appropriation, Carol Rhodes, Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa, Georgia Sagri, international exhibition reviews and previews, opinion, book reviews, The Strip, I. Kurator and more
Featuring sixty years of the Situationist International, Tal R on superficiality, the future China of Cixin Liu, Lucas Arruda’s landscapes, international exhibition reviews and previews, opinion, book reviews, The Strip, I. Kurator and more
Featuring Park Chan-kyong on Korea’s ghosts, Elmgreen & Dragset on curating the Istanbul Biennial, Anicka Yi’s olfactory art, the Thai politics of Arin Rungjang, opinion from Hu Fang, Charu Nivedita and Aimee Lin, reviews, books and more
Featuring the multiple personalities of Nástio Mosquito on the cover, Michael Simpson, Adrián Villar Rojas, Under the Paving Stones: art and life in São Paulo, Ross Simonini in conversation with Daniel Lie, the latest international reviews and previews, The Strip, book reviews and more
Featuring Zanele Muholi, Maureen Gallace, B. Wurtz, Christina Forrer, Ashley Bickerton, Anotnio Gramsci on the Venice Biennale, plus points of view, reviews from around the world and more
Future Greats issue – 12 artists setting new agendas for art; 24 artist manifestos on what will inspire their creation over the coming year; plus a large selection of reviews and previews from across Asia and beyond; books and more
As the Venice Biennale opens, we consider the work of Mark Bradford, Geoffrey Farmer and Samson Young, three artists who in different ways reflect on sociability and social engagement as tools in art
Refusing to forget – Anselm Franke on ritual, spirits and ghosts in the work of Ho Tzu Nyen and Hsu Chia-Wei; Theaster Gates on activism; the uncanny sculpture of Zhang Ruyi; Patricia Perez Eustaquio’s waste aesthetic, and more!
Truth, Justice, and The New American Way – featuring: a survey of the legacy of 'social sculpture' in the US; Lee Lozano; art and cynicism; Doh Ho Suh; the politics of contemporary portraiture and more!
Future Greats – new artists for a new era; 17 Memos for art now; novelists Pankaj Mishra and Adam Thirlwell discuss contemporary utopias, plus a reviews marathon around the galleries of Paris, reviews from around the world and more!