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Cameron Rowland, Jim Crow, 2017, Jim Crow rail bender, 91.4 x 20 x 44 cm. Rental

The spectral presence of prisoners in everyday commodities 

By Jackie Wang

The fallacies of ‘community building’, online and IRL, in the work of Cécile B. Evans

By Cal Revely-Calder

A new film uses a sculpture by the late Donald Rodney to reflect on the many tales of race and class that are etched on the skin 

By Tavia Nyong’o

The work of John Hanson, Rob Nilsson and Fred Lonidier establishes a dialectic between a leftist melancholy and a more forward-looking politics

By Andrew Durbin

‘The images Miller created don’t exist solely in the past: her legacy moves through time, like a river’

By Viviane Sassen

Featuring Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro, ‘Womanhouse’ marks the 30th anniversary of the museum dedicated to women artists

 

By Jennifer Kabat

Susanne von Falkenhausen on this summer’s 10th Berlin Biennale, Manifesta 12 and the future of biennials

By Susanne von Falkenhausen
Anna Maria Maiolino, É o que Sobra (What Is Left Over), from the series ‘Fotopoemação’ (Photopoemaction), 1974, digital print, 62 × 153 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Galleria Raffaella Cortese, Milan

How the radical practices of female artists drove the Modernist movement in Brazil

By Claudia Calirman
Unknown artist, Portrait of Elizabeth I of England, the Armada Portrait, 1588, oil on panel, 1.1 × 1.3 m. Courtesy: Woburn Abbey Collection, Woburn

From Antiquity to the present day, women have been crucial in shaping taste, building collections and supporting artists

By Sheryl E. Reiss

Watching Sharon Hayes and Evan Ifekoya pay homage to the late artist at Camden Arts Centre and remembering his ‘structured anarchy’

By Emily Roysdon and Steven Warwick

Meticulous, gently humorous paintings isolate a deeply personal encounter with the obdurate structures of society and culture

By Jonathan Griffin

The artist-investigator tunes his work to the undocumented, the surveilled, immigrants and prisoners; those fleeing the talons of the state

By Ben Mauk