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From a collection from Seth Siegelaub’s archive to a photography show in an artist’s home, your guide to the best shows around town

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A new report suggests that women, people from working-class backgrounds and BAME workers all face significant exclusion

Zineb Sedira, Sunken Stories (detail), 2018, wooden boats, resin, stainless steel and steel reinforcement bars, dimensions variable, installation view, SAF Art Spaces, Sharjah. Courtesy: Sharjah Art Foundation 

For the three-day event in the UAE, the best works and talks were ones in which geographical and cultural hybridity shone through

The politics of the red cap, a tribute to Studio Ghibli cofounder, and rewatching The Breakfast Club in the age of #MeToo

The divisive director out after less than six months by mutual consent

In further news: Gillian Ayres (1930-2018); Met appoints Max Hollein as director; Cannes announces official selection

Yasser Murtaja, who worked with the artists, was shot dead by Israeli sniper fire while covering clashes at the Gaza-Israel border

Transforming M HKA Antwerp's IN SITU space into a megaphone that captures sounds – imagined or real – flowing from the city to the museum

The ICA’s initial decision to keep the show was criticized by several of its own staffers

At Petzel Gallery, New York, an installation of anthropomorphic sea creatures explores sinister forces of authority and violence

From installation to innuendo, at Brisbane’s Griffith University Art Museum the Australian artist mines the inbetweenness of identity and language

With miart in town, the best art to see across the city – from ghostly apparitions to the many performances across the week

At carlier | gebauer, Berlin, the artist explores where the boundary blurs between violence and security in public spaces

The stone was taken from the artist’s installation The Riverbed at Toronto’s Gardiner Museum

Following the devastation brought by the worst storm ever to hit Puerto Rico, local artists are attempting to imagine a more sustainable future

At the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, a comprehensive look at five decades of the artist's incisive, yet uplifting, practice

From Grave of the Fireflies to The Tale of the Princess Kaguya, the visionary director grounded fantasy with emotional force

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Matthew Brannon in his studio, New York City, 2018

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Matthew Brannon premieres five new works that explore the Vietnam War through meticulously constructed silkscreens at Frieze New York 2018, 

Jordan Nassar embroidering in his studio, New York City, 2018

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Jordan Nassar describes how his presentation in Frame at Frieze New York 2018 unites craft and national consciousness

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