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For the first show at S1 Artspace's new home in the Brutalist housing estate, two photographers who documented it in the 1960s and ’80s

This edition of the nomadic biennial has Palermo's Orto Botanico at its heart, exploring ideas of growth, cross-pollination, and hope

The LA-based artist’s videos, sculptures and photographs frame public drinking as an issue of gender, race and class

At LA-based non-profit space JOAN, works by local artists Walter Askin, Elizabeth Bain and Sandra Vista embody theatricality in all its forms

At Beijing's Magician Space, demonstrating how products are more than their simple functions and exploring the hegemonic power of language

Two decades of challenging public space and laying bare latent anxieties in our cultures’ machismo, at Es Baluard museum, Palma

At Herald St, London, the artist presents paintings filled with smooth ovoid forms and the suggestion of a single, otherworldly light source

At MadeIn Gallery, Shanghai, the Beijing-born artist blends socialist realism with conventions of lianhuanhua, palm-sized Chinese picture

At Perrotin, Paris, the Colombian-born, Paris-based artist superimposes opposing ideologies to explore our politically distorted perceptions

In a show at Nome, Berlin, the artists explore various opaque techniques employed by traders who utilize information to dupe rival investors

In her first solo show at Croy Nielsen, Vienna, the artist’s suspended delicate metal formations create a tension that vibrates with possibility

At a warehouse in Berlin-Kreuzberg, commissioned by the KW Institute, the artist explores technology's mediation and manipulation of our identities

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Design Matters - 17 Sep 2018

For the sixth and final film in the Design Matters series with Bang & Olufsen, Berlin-based musician Laurel Halo talks about drawing inspiration from different musical lineages, reacting to the materiality of Berlin and using texture as a challenge

Sponsored Content - 12 Sep 2018

With a new show opening at Simon Lee Gallery, London, the Los Angeles-based artist talks walking the razor-thin line between poetry and cultural politics

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