Editorial

Serpentine Pavilion, 2017, architect’s rendering by Francis Kéré. Courtesy: Serpentine Galleries, London, and Kéré Architecture, Berlin

On the socially committed architecture of Diébédo Francis Kéré, winner of this year’s Serpentine Pavilion commission

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A new network links up arts organizations from the north of England and South Asia, reimagining a more equitable cultural relationship

carlier | gebauer, Berlin, Germany

KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany

Remembering the pioneering composer, visionary thinker, multimedia artist and techno-utopian, who died in May

Jennifer Piejko's guide to the best current shows in LA

Mary Boone Gallery, New York, USA

Ei Arakawa work stolen from Skulptur Projekte Münster; Richard Mosse arrested; three men charged over counterfeit Damien Hirst prints

A report from Europe’s longest-running design biennial, this year focusing on what it means to be ‘critical’

Joyce Pensato, Landscape Mickey, 2017. Courtesy: Lisson Gallery, London

Lisson Gallery, London, UK

Coinciding with Refugee Week, and her film Hear Her Singing screening at the Southbank Centre, the artist shares some influential images

Gilda Williams visits the first edition of the ARoS Triennial in Aarhus, Denmark

The Haitian Revolution as a lesson in corporate leadership and meeting the 'prophet of the Anthropocene': what to read this weekend

Creative Time launches series of protest flags; photographer Khadija Saye reported as a victim of London's Grenfell Tower fire

A recent retrospective at the Museo Ettore Fico in Turin establishes the overlooked importance of a ‘total artist’

Adrià Julià, ‘Hot Iron’, 2016-17, installation view, Espai 13, Fundació Joan Miró. Courtesy: Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona; photograph: Pere Pratdesaba

Espai 13, Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona

Ulrike Rosenbach, ‘Art Meets Feminism No.1', 2017, installation view, Priska Pasquer. Courtesy: Priska Pasquer, Cologne

Priska Pasquer, Cologne, Germany

 

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Inuit throat singing; Zoe Bedeaux; a look at autism in its own language 

Design Matters - 16 Jun 2017

In the first episode of a new six-part film series in collaboration with B&O PLAY, Design Matters, London-based designer and artist Martino Gamper talks about the idea of contact: how the human body informs his approach to furniture design

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