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Istanbul Biennial announces artists; Abounaddara say Milan Triennale showed work without consent; Beirut Arab Art Museum to open in 2020

Fondazione Prada, Milan, Italy

The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art inaugurates its biennial artists’ award with a show marked by the idea of transference

Playgrounds as radical propositions, the problem with Okja, and debating ‘the dirtbag left’: what to read this weekend

More vandalism at Skulptur Projekte Münster; Centre Pompidou to open a satellite space in Shanghai; Off Vendome and Breese Little close

The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA

Romare Bearden, Pittsburgh Memory, 1964, mixed media collage and graphite on board, 22 x 30 cm. Courtesy: © Romare Bearden Foundation / DACS, London / VAGA, New York 2017

Successfully layering a broader socio-historical narrative onto a period of radical non-conformity, this is an important show, now

Trump’s trashing of the Paris Climate Accord makes it clear: we can't be satisfied with art about the political, art must change it

Q: What do you like the look of? A: Someone who knows who they are

With a strong surrealist strain, and including a welcome number of female artists, highlights from the 48th edition of the photography festival

Various venues, Manchester, UK

A guide to the best of the summer shows

Agnes Gund awards USD$500,000 to New York’s Parrish Art Museum; Istanbul’s Rampa gallery closes; Gwangju Biennale announces new president

Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco, USA

With our increasingly porous objects, ubiquitous networks and ambivalent organisms, why artists are drawing inspiration from extra-human agencies

Verena Dengler, ‘Jackie of All Trades & Her Radical Chic Academy mit (((HC Playner)))’, 2017, Kunsthalle Bern. Courtesy: Kunsthalle Bern, Bern; photograph: Gunnar Meier
 

Kunsthalle Bern, Switzerland

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The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
Romare Bearden, Pittsburgh Memory, 1964, mixed media collage and graphite on board, 22 x 30 cm. Courtesy: © Romare Bearden Foundation / DACS, London / VAGA, New York 2017
Successfully layering a broader socio-historical narrative onto a period of radical non-conformity, this is an...
Trump’s trashing of the Paris Climate Accord makes it clear: we can't be satisfied with art about the political, art...
Q: What do you like the look of? A: Someone who knows who they are
With a strong surrealist strain, and including a welcome number of female artists, highlights from the 48th edition of...
A guide to the best of the summer shows
Agnes Gund awards USD$500,000 to New York’s Parrish Art Museum; Istanbul’s Rampa gallery closes; Gwangju Biennale...
Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco, USA
With our increasingly porous objects, ubiquitous networks and ambivalent organisms, why artists are drawing inspiration...
From contemporary ink to counter-cultural histories, what to see across the Taiwanese capital
Nicholas Serota calls for freedom of movement to be protected after Brexit; Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi resigns from DiEM25;...
On the anniversary of the 2016 Orlando massacre, Brendan Fernandes reclaims the dancefloor as a site of resistance
A walk through London gives presence to those the current government would rather render invisible
Who is Françoise Nyssen?
Protests against housing inequality, tourism and a colonialist past have been roiling across the Catalan capital
In a city of maddening contradictions, artists have learned to adapt in manifold ways
The winner of the British Journal of Photography International Photography Award 2017 talks about the ethics of...
Does an automaton-filled future spell the end of work, of life? A report from the future-focused Vienna Biennale 2017
What might the late Mark Fisher have made of the UK’s General Election? Suddenly the end of ‘capitalist realism’ feels...
Highlights from the first edition of Condo New York, a collaborative exhibition by 36 galleries across 16 city-wide...
Reconsidering the ethics and efficacy of ‘strategic essentialism’ via Adrian Piper, ‘We Wanted a Revolution’ and...
In Twin Peaks: The Return, David Lynch’s bone-dry humour rises to the surface, and his lush visuals float free above...
What the Pride flag says about the gentrification of queer politics 
The arrival of the Centro Botín in Santander prompts a reassessment of the ‘Bilbao effect’, and a journey across the...
A guide to the best current shows across the German capital

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In the second of a new six-part film series, Design Matters, Barber & Osgerby talk about how function informs their designs

19 Jul 2017

Premiering during Frieze London in October, BMW Open Work is a joint creative endeavour with Frieze. The two brands will be bringing together art and technology in pioneering multi-platform formats 

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