From Frantz Fanon’s hidden humanism to medieval fan fiction: what to read this weekend.

Christina Kubisch, Corps de ballett, Performance, 1979/2015

Zwanzig auf einem Spiegel zu Johann Strauss‘ An der schönen blauen Donau tanzende Vibratoren im Tutu, deren kontinuierliches Vibrato durch Kontaktm

Antoine Catala Distant Feel, 2015, Ausstellungsansicht, Surround Audience, New Museum Triennial, New York, 2015 (courtesy: die Künstlerin & 47 Canal, New York)

The art of aquariums

Cover von Michaela Meliáns neuem Album "Monaco"

Über Michaela Meliáns neues Album Monaco und die Debütsingle des Düsseldorfer Disco-Projekts Ex Versions

Michaël Borremans, The Ear, 2011

… a pretty large postcard, tightly written on, about some winter highlights of art from the banks of the Danube, on occasion of Vienna Art Week a m

...eine ziemlich große, eng beschriebene, etwas spät abgeschickte Postkarte von den Ufern der Donau, anlässlich der Vienna Art Week vor einem Monat

W.H. Auden, Musée des Beaux Arts (1938)

Accompanying his essay in frieze d/e, issue 6, Mark Prince selects his top 10 texts (and film) about painting.

YOU KILLED ME FIRST. The Cinema of Transgression,
KW Institute for Contemporary Art, 2012, Installation view, photo: Uwe Walter, 2012

‘You Killed Me First: The Cinema of Transgression’ at the Kunst-Werke in Berlin, is a first-time museum presentation devoted to a group of New York

Lucy McKenzie Quodlibet XI (Janette Murray),  2011, oil on canvas on board

Lucy McKenzie’s work as part of the collaborative fashion studio, Atelier, embodies the artist’s enquiries into a romanticized past sho

Cesare Pietroiusti Eating Money 2007 Performance with Paul Griffiths

How are artists visualizing the financial crisis?

Chris Dercon, Director of the Tate Modern, 2009

Jennifer Higgie and Sam Thorne talk to the new director of Tate Modern about the museum’s plans for the future

Available Sync 2011 Mixed media, Installation view MoMA PS1, New York

Ryan Trecartin’s immersive video environments are amplified reflections of the joy, madness and ambiguity of our culture