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On the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, a show juxtaposing contemporary Ukrainian art with that of the country’s avant-garde 

The third edition of the London performance festival makes the case for collective action in an age of political frustration

The third of our editors’ impressions from Kassel, Amy Sherlock on the works housed in the exhibition’s ‘off-sites’

For the first in a series of our editors’ initial impressions from documenta 14 Kassel, Pablo Larios on the Neue Galerie

Cover page of Jakob Ullmann’s score, voice, books and FIRE II/4, 1996–98, exhibited at documenta 14, Athens, 2017. Courtesy: the artist

What are the implications of documenta 14’s focus on the aural?

With the UK General Election next week, what are the country’s political parties saying about the arts?

Two recent conferences at MIT and the New Museum reveal the benefits, and pratfalls, of art and science collaborations

Photography exhibition on Cuverville Island, part of the Antarctic Biennale, 2017. Courtesy: the Antarctic Biennale 

Enchantment and contradiction in the first Antarctic Biennale

Whose Streets?, 2017, film still. Courtesy: Sundance Institute; photograph: Lucas Alvarado Farrar 

This year’s Sundance Film Festival featured more movies directed by women than ever before, but gender discrimination in the industry is still ende

Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

A defence of naivety in the age of information

Wallace Shawn, Evening at the Talk House, 2017. Courtesy: The New Group; photograph: Monique Carboni

A new play by Wallace Shawn examines what it means to survive in today’s society

Main image: Rox Lee, Juan Gapang (Johny Crawl), Untitled, 1987, from the exhibition ‘Misfits’ at HKW. Courtesy: the artist and HKW, Berlin

As museums around the world seek to make their collections and displays more inclusive of non-Western art, how are German institutions responding?

Video

Playlist - 19 Jun 2017

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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