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The prolific Polish writer has a complicated relationship to nationality

By Helen Charman

The singer committed her life to defying a classical music industry that was not only deeply critical of women’s bodies, but also sceptical of black talent

By Kira Thurman

The group, who will perform at London’s City Lit this week, push experimental composition to its limit

By Emily Bick

The artist talks about the mystery and politics of making 

By Sean Burns

For two years, Jackson ran one of the most important galleries for black artists of the past half century

By Chase Quinn

The restless, rageful ‘No Home Record’ lures as much as it discomfits

By Hermione Hoby

A tribute to the photographer, from the ‘sucker punch’ of ‘The Americans’ (1958), to his later work ‘howling with anguish, frustration and ennui’

By Chris Wiley

Working across art, design and architecture, the trio make community-focused work that aims to have a long-term impact on an area and its inhabitants

By Kadish Morris

For the artist, critic and teacher, who died last week at the age of 67, every ordinary thing held meaning in disguise

By Jörg Heiser

From climate-resistant menus to colonial desserts, Cooking Sections ask us to think again about the ethics and economics of the food on our plates

By Jane Black

In Soskolne’s first show in nearly two decades, at New York’s Mishkin Gallery, the artist-activist takes on male networks and The Real Housewives of New York City

By Pujan Karambeigi

The artist, curator, educator and writer, who died on 30 June, was committed to supporting South Africa’s younger artists

By Sean O'Toole