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With President Xi and the China International Import Expo in town, taking stock of ‘progress’ seemed both a timely and complicated endeavour

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The Athens-based artist discusses how desire figures in her new film, the relationship between writing and images and the influence her home city h

In further news: Berlin cultural institutions rally against far-right; Tate Liverpool to stage first UK show dedicated to Keith Haring

The most heralded artists from the last four decades share one thing in common, according to a new study

Two exhibitions in Barcelona and Sabadell explore the artist’s ever-changing styles and painterly references

Highlights including Choi Jeong Hwa’s riotous installation at MMCA and a survey of the current abstract painting revival in the city

This edition of ‘Le Printemps de Septembre’ was both an urgent, in-the-moment experience and unapologetic anachronistic throwback

Held at The Breeder, Athens, this eight-gallery iteration sees a tight and rewarding version of the gallery-share concept

An exhibition at Greene Naftali, New York, sees the artist prod at our ideas of ease, humour and convenience

An essay by the respected Professor Norman Geras has been flagged by the University of Reading as ‘sensitive’ under UK’s Counter-Terrorism scheme

Over the past year Queerdirect has taken over several London institutions, reimagining the gallery as a visible space for queer artists

Wes Anderson and Juman Malouf’s show opens in Vienna; conspiracy theories at the Met during the Midterms and Shanghai’s psychedelic cat

In New York, a so-called ‘exhibition’ at a ‘museum’ featuring 30 ‘artists’? Dan Fox uncovers the truth behind this dangerously timely show

An exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ, London, explores how the artist captured the piercing intimacies of life 

What many call a national movement is far from it: the price for people to tell their stories remains too high

The US artist has been told to pay €135,000 after copying a 1985 advertising campaign by the French fashion label

Felix Clay, Portrait of Kerry James Marshall, 2018. Courtesy: © the artist and David Zwirner, London

In further news: Italian government cracks down on art crime; and screening live arts performances fails to diversify audiences 

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