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When more photos are uploaded to Instagram every single day than existed 100 years ago, there is solace in blankness

By Orit Gat

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A retrospective at the Jewish Museum, New York, explores how the artist has continued to insist on the violent costs of our domestic comforts

By Ara H. Merjian

An exhibition at Kunstverein Düsseldorf explores how the artist shifts and transforms the categories of visual identification

By Stanton Taylor

The artist is building a ‘controlled environment for the contemplation of light’ inside a dormant volcano in Arizona

Lu’s detention has elicited moderate international concern, in stark contrast to the general indifference to the targeting of Uyghur artists in the

By Nick Holdstock

In further news: painting stolen from New York’s Team Gallery; Harlem’s El Museo del Barrio pulls honour for right-wing socialite

Artist Jonas Lund has created a Cambridge Analytica caricature, ‘Operation Earnest Voice’, with one simple mission – but how serious is his ‘leftis

By Nathan Geyer

In the vast greenhouse complex, goths, art kids, academics and patrons gathered to witness an allegorical spectacle

By Bradford Nordeen

Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma is full of other movies, yet it ignores the political and dialectical history of movies themselves

By Masha Tupitsyn

In a survey at Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, photographs by Keith Calhoun and Chandra McCormick capture life within the US prison industri

By Evan Moffitt

The demise of HMV can be mourned as the decline of owning tangible media – but something greater is at stake

By Adam Harper

An exhibition at Void, Derry, celebrates the role of women in the history of the civil rights movement in Northern Ireland

By Anne Tallentire

‘To me, it offers a particular emotional experience – something like joyful grief’

By Laura McLean-Ferris

‘I started to read Mayröcker’s work obsessively. She became one of the few writers whose every written word I have read’

By Hans Ulrich Obrist

‘It was a piece of long-term thinking that put aside political expediency for the future benefit of citizens’

By Amanda Levete

The avian playground was a manifesto for a modernism that could employ gymnastic engineering to theatrical effect – what happens with its inhabitan

By Douglas Murphy

Narratively, the ‘choose your own adventure’ film is a dead-end, with repetition and wheel-spinning increasingly producing frustration

By Vadim Rizov

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