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In 2006, the theorist of ‘hauntology’ and sound-artist walked across the Suffolk coastline – Adam Harper follows in their footsteps, sifting through encrusted layers of history

By Adam Harper

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In further news: Marisa Merz (1926-2019); and artists withdraw from Whitney Biennial

By Frieze News Desk

The cooperatively run Means TV, behind Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s viral campaign ad, promises to empower the working class

By Liz Pelly

Five Naoshima museums to visit during the Setouchi Triennale

By Figgy Guyver

The works on paper at Parker Gallery, in Los Angeles, ‘encounter memories, fantasies and dream images along the way’

By Jonathan Griffin

At the Met Breuer, a winding path guides viewers through the late artist’s seductive, organic sculptures 

By Sophie Kovel

Published in conjunction with a show at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, ‘Apollo’s Muse’ catalogues stellar lunar imagery

By Kadish Morris

Adam Thirlwell and Hans Ulrich Obrist’s travelling project, ‘Studio Créole’ endeavoured to resolve this question as it premiered in Manchester

By Sara Jaspan

Staff members have written in support of Ahdaf Soueif, the trustee who resigned over oil money, restitution silence and employment precarity

By Frieze News Desk

The artist’s witty, immersive retrospective at the Art Gallery of Ontario broaches basketball, Indigenous culture and gay desire 

By Charles Reeve

In further news: Ai Weiwei wins court case against VW; proposal for Boston slave auction block memorial withdrawn

By Frieze News Desk

An exhibition at Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum will present hundreds of Japanese posters from the 1930s to the present day

By Frieze News Desk

Tate has acquired 5,000 works by the late surrealist artist and writer

By Figgy Guyver

In the DESTE Foundation’s summer shows, new art from Greece (and Kiki Smith)

By Chris Wiley

Fifty years ago, when a lump of extra-terrestrial iron fireballed towards Belfast, a stampede of street kids stopped in their tracks

By Pádraig Ó Meiscill

Lessons from The Church of Euthanasia

By Ella Fleck

The directors have pledged to ‘respond with actions’ across the Tate galleries ‘to effect and inspire change’

By Frieze News Desk

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