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Harry Thorne

This year’s biennial amplifies previously silenced voices, but the results are discordant

By Harry Thorne

The poet’s new collection chronicles a father’s succumbing to dementia and a daughter’s attempt to endure

By Harry Thorne

In an era marked by dishonesty, what of the age-old assumption that the eyes cannot lie?

By Harry Thorne

‘This is the passing of time visualized through a contrapuntal freezing of it’

By Harry Thorne

The German artist’s latest exhibition in New York ‘reopens the wounds of colonialism’ – supposedly

By Harry Thorne

An exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ, London, explores how the artist captured the piercing intimacies of life 

By Harry Thorne

A look behind the artist’s teasing false promises at K21, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf

By Harry Thorne

The artist draws on psychoanalysis and an ancient calendar to explore the idea that life has a predetermined narrative at Barbara Wien, Berlin

By Harry Thorne

A visual essay born out of a trip the Polish artist made three years ago to the South Caucasus

By Harry Thorne and Joanna Piotrowska

A mother’s death, a father’s disinterest: Jean Frémon’s semi-factual biography of the artist captures a life beyond repair

By Harry Thorne

The continued dominance of UK-US writers makes a mockery of the Man Booker’s ‘global outlook’

By Harry Thorne

On the eve of the World Cup, Harry Thorne on the art world’s petulant refusal to embrace the beautiful game

By Harry Thorne