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Hammer Museum

Allen Ruppersberg, Summer Days, 1971, black and white photographs and three pieces of bond paper with text. Courtesy: the artist and Greene Naftali, New York

As his retrospective opens at the Hammer Museum, a look at the influence Ruppersberg has held over art and pop culture

By Joseph Mosconi

As the inaugural Frieze Los Angeles opens this week, here are the exhibitions you shouldn’t miss across the city

By Simone Krug
Jamilah Sabur, Un chemin escarpé (A steep path), 2018, video still. Courtesy: the artist and Nina Johnson Gallery, Miami

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19 Jan
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Adrian Piper, Everything #2.8, 2003, photocopied photograph on graph paper, sanded with sandpaper, overprinted with inkjet text, 22 x 28 cm. Courtesy: © Adrian Piper Research Archive Foundation Berlin

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Born in Venezuela in 1920, emigrating to New York at the age of nine, the artist ranged gracefully across the mid 20th century

By Chris Wiley

For the 2018 edition of the biennial, it’s as if artists feel the need to resolve situations formally where they can’t be resolved for real

By Travis Diehl

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

By Jonathan Griffin

Ahead of her presentation at Centre Pompidou in June, the artist and choreographer talks about slowness, detail and the anti-spectacular

By Harry Thorne
Kapwani Kiwanga, Flowers for Africa: Nigeria, 2014, written protocol signed by the artist, iconographic documents, dimensions variable. Courtesy: the artist and Galerie Jérôme Poggi; photograph: © Aurélien Mole

At the Hammer Museum, LA, the curator casts a witty, critical eye on the vexed role of institutions contextualizing the art they display

By Jonathan Griffin

In further news: Jef Geys (1934–2018); and Hirshhorn postpones Krzysztof Wodiczko projection after Florida shooting

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