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Mariko Mori, Tea Ceremony I, 1994. Courtesy: Sean Kelly, New York and SCAI the Bathhouse, Tokyo

How cyborg identities have empowered women to challenge societal norms

By Yae-Jin Ha

‘You can’t reason with him but you can ridicule him’ – lightweight as it is, Trump Baby is a win for art as a legitimate form of protest

By Ellen Mara De Wachter

The gallery’s anniversary celebrations include reduced tickets to its landmark Lee Bul exhibition

The opening of a major new exhibition by Lee Bul was delayed after one of the South Korean artist’s works caught fire

Lee Bul, Abortion, 1989, performance documentation. Courtesy: the artist and PKM Gallery, Seoul

In a climate of perma-outrage has live art self-censored to live entertainment?

By Hettie Judah

Reopening after a two-year hiatus, London’s brutalist landmark is more than a match for the photographer’s blockbuster capitalist realism

By En Liang Khong

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Carol Christian Poell, Squartter in Urs Fischer, 38 E. 1st St.,  installation view

Various venues, Gwangju, South Korea

By Paul Teasdale