Martha Rosler

Martha Rosler, An American in the 21st Century, 2019, installation view at Galleria Raffaella Cortese, via Stradella 7, Milan


6 May
27 Jul

A retrospective at the Jewish Museum, New York, explores how the artist has continued to insist on the violent costs of our domestic comforts

By Ara H. Merjian

A survey exhibition at LUMA Arles captures the history of mechanically-reproduced imagery from the 19th century to the present

By Max Andrews

Q: What do you like the look of? A: ‘Looks aren't everything.’

By Martha Rosler

A rare, newly-published interview with the late October editor, reveals an art critic intent on changing the terms of the debate

By Aaron Peck

From Jenny Holzer to the Ferguson protests, the filmmaker shares some important images ahead of her show at Ryan Lee

By Mariam Ghani

Galerie Nagel Draxler, Berlin, Germany

By Ana Teixeira Pinto
Martha Rosler, surface/support (2005). Commissioned and produced by Frieze Projects 2005. Photo by Polly Braden

Rosler's tour of the support structures that make the fair workable – cafés, toilets, cloakrooms, security and construction – as well as the people who work there

Michael Baers, Concerning Matters to Be Left for  a Later Date, Part 4, 2009, pen and ink on paper, 30 × 42 cm

Arratia Beer, Berlin, Germany

By Sonja Hornung
Todd Eberle, (Untitled) IBM 1620 Data Processing System, 1968, 1999, photograph. Courtesy: © Todd Eberle

Algorithms, Big Data and surveillance: what’s the response, and responsibility, of art? Jörg Heiser asked seven artists, writers and academics to reflect.

By Jörg Heiser