Hettie Judah

Cosmin Costinas’s curated section reveals the interconnected roles played by tradition, cultural exchange and imperialism

By Hettie Judah

A new report highlights the key role commercial galleries must play in achieving gender parity in the arts

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For her show in Grand-Hornu, the artist delves into the Mundaneum, a 19th-century utopian project to classify all human knowledge

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Two UK exhibitions feature works in which the London-based artist engages with the British landscape

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At Nottingham Contemporary, the artist reflects on intertwined histories of data and digging

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The artist discusses her new show at The Hepworth Wakefield: ‘Ceramics for me is so personal: it’s so painful to produce sometimes’

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RU, 2017, installation details, New Museum, New York. Courtesy: the artist, ChertLüdde, Berlin, and kamel mennour, Paris/London; photograph: Dario Lasagni

The artist talks about butterflies, the politicization of artefacts and the lost cultural history of his Kosovar home city

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‘It showed the power of placing something dumb and ugly next to something glorious’

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Works by Andra Ursuta at Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, jams together diverse references from health cults to 1980s pop culture memes

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At Studio Voltaire, London, the artists have transformed the former chapel into a wild Wilde Gesamtkunstwerk

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Two London exhibitions by belit sağ address police and military violence committed against Kurdish people in Turkey

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An exhibition at MoMu, Antwerp, spotlights the largely female ‘Textielgroep’ from the 1970s hanging their work alongside contemporary practitioners

By Hettie Judah