What's in the March 2014 FutureGreats issue

In Art Previewed

Ten exhibitions on in March you won’t want to miss – in New York, London, Baden-Baden, Sheffield, Milan, Naples, Los Angeles, Vienna, and Sydney, by Martin Herbert.

Points of View: Our writers on what’s happening in the artworld and beyond, including Jonathan T.D. Neil on the value of an art history degree; Kimberly Bradley on Okwui Enwezor’s impact on Munich’s Haus der Kunst; Maria Lind on the New Enlightenment; J.J. Charlesworth on how to make a racist chair; Mike Watson on the Venice Biennale’s lack of social engagement; Sam Jacob on art in the city; Mark Sladen on postdigital publishing; Hettie Judah on art’s ghosts in the retail machine;

Other people and Their Ideas: Massimo Minini reflects on his 40-year career as a gallerist, interview by Barbara Casavecchia.

The Law and Its Ideas: In the fourth in our series of legal issues that shed light on the often-opaque relationships that underpin the art market, Daniel McClean discusses recovering Nazi stolen art and the Gurlitt hoard.

In Art Featured

2014 FutureGreats: 30 artists, curators and critics, including Hito Steyerl, Fernanda Brenner, Sunjung Kim and Ragnar Kjartansson tell us the artists they’ll be looking out for over the next 12 months, in association with EFG International.

In Art Reviewed

Current and recent exhibitions: in the UK, USA, Europe and the rest of the world, including Akram Zaatari at Thomas Dane Gallery, London; Siobhan Davies Dance at ICA, London; Dana Schutz at Hepworth Wakefield; Isa Genzken at MOMA, New York; Karin Apollonia Müller at Diane Rosenstein Fine Art, Los Angeles; Christian Waldvogel at FRAC Lorraine, Metz; Stephen Doitschinoff at Chaque Cultural, Sao Paulo and The Garden of Diversion at Sifang Art Museum, Nanjing.

Books: Including Show Time: The 50 Most Influential Exhibitions of Contemporary Art, by Jens Hoffmann and This Mess is a Place: A Collapsible Anthology of Collections and Clutter, edited and compiled by Zoë Mendelson.

Consumed: A selection of objects and artworks you didn’t know you really needed.

The Strip: A new work from András Baranyai.

Off the Record: Gallery Girl – on FutureGreats