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Obituary

The artist’s sculpture possessed an almost surreal promise, as if at any moment it might become a Really Living Thing

By Andrew Durbin

‘Cinematic’ is often overused, but Roeg’s films showed how minds and memories wander back and forth in time, colouring our experience of the world

By Dan Fox

An homage to the architect who, with his partner Denise Scott Brown, developed the source code for postmodernism

By Glenn Adamson

Remembering the Romanian artist, who has died aged 92, for whom the studio was a continuous state of mind

By Magda Radu

McKenzie Wark pays tribute to the French cultural theorist, who called our era one of ‘dromocracy’: the reign of speed

By McKenzie Wark

From fleshy, distorted paintings, capturing the malaise of the 1960s, to colourful abstractions made in exile, the artist was an example to live by

By Tiago Mesquita

A Nobel Prize-winning writer, a misogynist, a small-town boy with a haughty, big-city gaze: Naipaul’s life was marked by a sense of doubleness

By Cody Delistraty

Moving between figuration and abstraction, the New York-based painter and teacher made work about in-between spaces and from between cultures

By Naeem Mohaiemen

From high-end kitchens to backyard pit smokers, the esteemed food writer found art and artistry in ‘the fault lines’ between communities

By Jonathan Griffin

Knussen’s music laid out each component as ‘precarious, vulnerable, exposed’ – and his conducting similarly worked from the inside out

By Paul Kildea

A tribute to the late South African photographer, creator of idiosyncratic portrayals of everyday life under the yoke of apartheid

By Sean O'Toole

Artist Gregory Sholette remembers the illustrator he collaborated with for a specially commissioned frieze magazine project

By Gregory Sholette