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The prolific artist championed filmmaking through the lens of feminist theory and queer politics

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Enwezor, who embraced a more pluralistic art history beyond the Euro-American canon, had been battling cancer for several years

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‘The violence and hate enacted on this installation is astounding’, the artist said on Instagram

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Risa Puno’s project was selected from more than 600 applications by the New York public art nonprofit in their first open call

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The museum is facing criticism for accepting a philanthropic donation from the Sackler family

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In further news: Hermitage to curate Venice Biennale pavilion; Remai Modern CEO hit by harassment allegations

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The new statues will honour women including jazz icon Billie Holiday and civil rights leader Elizabeth Jennings Graham

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In further news: Arata Isozaki receives Pritzker Prize; Performa launches streaming platform

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‘May You Live In Interesting Times’ will be the first ever biennale exhibition in which 50% of artists are female

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Carolee Schneemann, 1995. Courtesy: Getty; photograph: Jack Mitchell 

The pioneering US artist was best known for using painting, film, performance and installation to challenge ideas around sexuality and gender

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After microscopic examinations revealed ‘left-handed charcoal marks’, the sketch is now thought to be by the Renaissance master  

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The visual companion to ‘When I Get Home’ features choreographed dances, DeLoreans, and animations by artists Robert Pruitt and Jacolby Satterwhite

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