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Opinion

Two London exhibitions by belit sağ address police and military violence committed against Kurdish people in Turkey

By Hettie Judah

‘Others my age with lesser work who were men were being celebrated and collected’

By Lynn Hershman Leeson

It’s possible to think of the director as a troll first and serious director second – this is understandable, but regrettable

By Vadim Rizov

‘If you’re a woman you learn to live with a certain level of discomfort’

By Julia Peyton-Jones

In a new book, T.J. Clark scours art historical depictions of divinity for clues about our contemporary age

By Shahidha Bari

The Turner Prize-winning photographer’s set design for ENO’s new production asks: can the greatest horror be better communicated by the unseen?

By Matthew McLean

There is no violence in games, only its representation – but a suffragette-beating controversy demonstrates that videogame violence is not without

By Gareth Damian Martin

The creative friction between director and writer distracts from a film dedicated to quietly empowering the marginalized

By Charles Bramesco

Screening as part of the London Palestine Film Festival, recent archival research is uncovering important films once thought lost forever

By Nathan Geyer

As the Easter Islanders demand that the British Museum return their statue, it’s time to reconsider the meaning of ‘global artworks’

By Rafia Zakaria

With censorship, abductions, banned journalists and threats towards artists, the erosion of freedoms has deepened

By Gavin Jacobson

At Brooklyn’s Triangle Arts Association, Tyler Coburn and Ian Hatcher revive the techniques of a Cold War-era covert intelligence programme

By Dan Fox