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Opinion

Representation is powerful – but what happens when a delightful, silly rom-com is asked to represent so many?

Opening with a show about humour in art, there is a refreshing domesticity to SLG’s expansion

The brainchild of a cohort of next-gen galleries, the Various Others initiative is an attempt to rejuvenate the city’s image

Handing authorship of the biennial to a diverse group of artists is a democratic gesture but conveniently deflects and disperses blame

A spate of new films propose a reckoning between punk artistry and documentary portraiture

Why did Beijing’s M WOODS museum recently mount two simultaneous exhibitions focusing on the ancient Buddhist site of Kizil, Xinjiang Province?

Following a New York gallery pulling a show after neo-Nazi claims, can we no longer trust in the ‘marketplace of ideas’?

If the new V&A is Dundee’s public face to the world, it underscores the motto of the city’s famous resident: ‘think global act local’

Why the sportswear corporation built a brand philosophy premised on personal transcendence and social justice

A new exhibition addresses the impregnable fortress of technical detail and corporate hyperbole in game design

‘No one is born a feminist but, if nothing else makes us so beforehand, our working environments will’

Artist Trevor Paglen’s plan to launch a sculpture into orbit has drawn criticism from certain astronomers, but are they missing the point?

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With a new show opening at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset, the artist discusses death, drapery and intimacy in her work

Frieze Art Fair Video - 21 Sep 2018

Curator Diana Campbell Betancourt (Samdani Art Foundation/Dhaka Art Summit) introduces the Live programme coming to Frieze London 2018