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Twenty years after the First Cyberfeminist International at Documenta X, what does Cyberfeminism look like in 2017?

By Joanna Walsh

London’s fourth plinth artists announced; a new fund to protect cultural heritage in war-torn areas

Ahead of the inaugural Beijing Gallery Weekend, contributing editor Carol Yinghua Lu selects the best new shows in the city

By Carol Yinghua Lu

Curators from influential institutions predict their Frieze London highlights

By Natasha Ginwala

In recent years, a number of historical exhibitions have been revisited and restaged. What's behind this impulse?

By Jo Melvin
Stelios Faitakis, Fortunately Absurdity Is Lost (Part I: But They Hoped for Much More), 2014, latex, acrylic and spray on wood, 3 × 5.3 m. Courtesy the artist and The Breeder, Athens

Since the start of the Greek debt crisis in 2010, austerity measures have had a profound impact on life in the country.

A new book by Bruce Altshuler explores the history of postwar exhibitions

By Sam Thorne