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Gretchen Bender, People in Pain (detail), 1988 / 2014, ninety titles, silkscreen on paint and heat set vinyl, neon, transformers. Courtesy: © The Gretchen Bender Estate and Red Bull Arts New York; photograph: Lance Brewer

Once labelled a ‘TV terrorist’, the video artist returns with her first posthumous retrospective at Red Bull Arts New York

By Masha Tupitsyn

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An immersive installation at Gasworks offers different modes of thinking about ‘the psychic inheritance of an experience for which one has no memor

By Derica Shields

One of the co-founders of London’s Photographer’s Gallery is being celebrated for Jewish History Month 

By Shelley Klein

A new show at the Athens Conservatoire gives a rare, discerning take on the causes of our political disillusionment

By Juliet Jacques

For his first solo show at Gavin Brown’s enterprise, the artist’s five rapturous landscapes channel the cries of condemned and enslaved bodies unde

By Shiv Kotecha

‘Black people don’t fear the dead, it’s the living we worry about’

By Nadia Latif

In further news: German culture ministers prepare to return looted colonial art; Anish Kapoor laments racism in UK

By Frieze News Desk

A tribute to the late curator and his belief in the primacy of documentation

By Osei Bonsu

Five iconic buildings designed by the Japanese architect since 1962

By George Kafka

The London-based sculptor’s new show at Kunstverein München delves into the queasy malleability of bodies

By Louisa Elderton
Harmony Hammond, Bandaged Grid #1, 2015, oil and mixed media on canvas. Courtesy: Alexander Gray Associates, New York © 2018 Harmony Hammond / Licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS); photograph: Jeffrey Sturges

In the artist’s first US survey at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, abstract paintings and sculptures evoke women’s bodies in pleasure and pain

By Evan Moffitt

A Wunderkammer-like exhibition at The Hepworth Wakefield shows objects from all times and places alongside the artist’s own ceramic vessels

By Isabella Smith
 Craig Baldwin, Tribulation 99, 1991. Courtesy: Canyon Cinema, San Francisco

A recent celebration of the American filmmaker provided a rare opportunity to come face-to-face with a major figure of underground cinema

By Dan Fox

A tribute to the late curator’s support of artists in South Africa and how his writing on them ‘revealed something of his acute sense for history’

By Sean O'Toole

A provocative exhibition at Casa Luis Barragán reframes the architect’s home and studio through his class and gay identity

By Evan Moffitt

In ‘Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival’, the feminist theorist discusses ‘living well and giving heart’

By Hestia Peppe

The prolific artist championed filmmaking through the lens of feminist theory and queer politics

By Frieze News Desk

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