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Maggie Nelson

Vincent Fecteau and Mary Reid Kelley are awarded MacArthur genius grants; Ulay victorious in court case against ex-partner Marina Abramović

From John Ashbery on art criticism to an analysis of the new populism: what to read this weekend

Patrick Godfrey in Caryl Churchill’s play Here We Go at the National Theatre, London, 2015

Patrick Staff, Diego Velázquez and Mad Max: Matthew McLean shares his highlights from 2015

Mrinalini Mukherjee, Vruksha Nata, 1991–92, installation view ‘Transfigurations’ at the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi, 2015

Anwar Jalal Shemza, Mrinalini Mukherjee and Maggie Nelson: Shanay Jhaveri shares his highlights from 2015

Tariq Alvi, The Bandaged Lady (from Two Hankies diptych), 2005. Courtesy Kevin Killian and Dodie Bellamy

Three new publications intimately concerned with difficult bodies

A.L. Steiner,  Untitled (Rachel on bed with Pocket and Goose), 2011, colour pigment print. All images courtesy: the artist and Koenig & Clinton, New York

In her new memoir The Argonauts (2015), poet, writer and art critic Maggie Nelson meditates on a set of oxymorons: the pregnant woman who