Jennifer Allen

Ahead of dOCUMENTA (13), reflections on the exhibition by its previous curators

By Jennifer Allen

English is the lingua franca of the art world. How does its ambiguous status affect what we say?

On the art of being truly site-specific

By Jennifer Allen
Marshall McLuhan, 1973. Photograph: Mohan Juneja

On his 100th birthday, a reappraisal of Marshall McLuhan’s prophecies

By Jennifer Allen
Hester Oerlemans Poster for ‘Total’ at the Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem, 2002

The problems of storing art

By Jennifer Allen
Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

Does the art world still have a centre?

By Jennifer Allen

Berlin’s search for a kunsthalle

By Jennifer Allen

New approaches to evoking the idea of death

A video cassette of Marcel Odenbach's, Abwarten und Tee trinken.

The dematerialization of the moving image

By Jennifer Allen
Two girls photographed in Harajuku, Tokyo

Has a theory been replaced by a technology?

By Jen Allen
Film fans having a picnic while queuing for tickets to the 60th Berlin International Film Festival

How we’re getting used to the view from above

By Jennifer Allen

Snow White, architecture and intolerance

By Jennifer Allen