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‘I could be the President of the United States, and still half the people in the room would question my authority’

‘Very often, the answer to why not would be: because you’re a girl’ – for this series, writer Fran Lebowitz speaks about her experience in the

‘The difficulties are those which remain invisible’: for a new series, writer and curator Andrianna Campbell speaks about her experience in the art

Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev. Courtesy: PARISLA

‘The art world is becoming more conservative’: for a new series, the Director of Castello di Rivoli speaks about her experience in the arts

Instagram influencers’s minimalist ploy, democratizing the art world and camp’s radical potential: what to read this weekend

When dealing with abuse in the art industry, is it possible to separate the noun ‘work’ from the verb?

Sexual harassment is not a morality melodrama – it will persist if workers continue to exert so little control over their working conditions

In further news: curators rally behind Laura Raicovich; Glasgow's Transmission Gallery responds to loss of Creative Scotland funding; and a Serpent

At a time of #metoo fearlessness, a collection of female critics interrogate their own fandom for music’s most celebrated sexists

Our culture is terrified of sexually-awakened girls – controlling the way we look at Thérèse Dreaming would erase an interior life

In further news: MOCA Detroit suspends Jens Hoffmann after harassment allegations; Met refuses to remove ‘suggestive’ Balthus painting

Following the Not Surprised letter it’s time to uncouple power from abuse in the art world