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The removal of the Confederate monuments in Baltimore shows decisiveness after years of inaction – already they stand as sites of counter-memory

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Otto Berchem and Amalia Pica, `Mobilize´, installation view, Instituto de Vision Bogota

Instituto de Visión, Bogotá, Colombia

Tue Greenfort, 'Tue Greenfort Eats den Frie', 2017, installation view, Den Frie, Copenhagen. Courtesy: Den Frie, Copenhagen 

Den Frie, Copenhagen, Denmark

Pepe the Frog, a meme that has been adopted online as a symbol of nationalism and alt-right sentiment. Courtesy: Twitter

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Yayoi Kusama to open her own museum; Confederate monuments removed in Baltimore; David Roberts Art Foundation to leave London

Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Tracing the constellation of performances across Naples and Stromboli in this year’s Volcano Extravaganza, directed by Eddie Peake

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David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

Japan’s growing number of art festivals tread a precarious path between state-sponsored leisure-culture and soft-power machinery

‘Trumpy the Rat’ mocks US president; artists evicted from Beijing’s Caochangdi; Latin American galleries launch cooperative model in LA

Sheela Gowda,  2017, installation view, Ikon Gallery. Courtesy: Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; photograph: Stuart Whipps

Ikon, Birmingham, UK

Fifty years after the term was coined, a show in Samos reflects on ‘the unlikely liaison between love and politics’

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Arsenale and Giardini, Venice, Italy

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Artists' Film - 18 Aug 2017

An exclusive preview of Hannah Perry's short film for Channel 4: Random Acts, broadcast Monday 21 August at midnight

Design Matters - 20 Jul 2017

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

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