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(2017)

Boundaries

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2016-2017

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Issue 14

(December 2016)

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Issue 15

(February 2017)

2012

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Issue 1

(December 2012)

Online

January 31, 2018

Rey Dir. Niles Atallah (Chile/France/Holland/Germany/Qatar, 2017)

The indigenous peoples of what we have come to call Latin America continue to struggle against exile and genocide today. This is the takeaway, stated plainly (written, actually) in the final moments of Ni...

City Officials of Busan destroy Dennis Oppenheim sculpture

City officials of South Korea’s second city, Busan, recently took it upon themselves to destroy one of the last remaining works of surrealist sculptor Dennis Oppenheim. The officials claimed that the sculpture,...

January 26, 2018

Illustration by Anna Seibæk Torp-Pedersen

The recent engagement between HRH Harry and Meghan is a funny one, marking the beginning of a royal union but the ending of a Markle-sparkle-ing career.

Meghan Markle isn’t the first and most certainly won’t be the last: a woman...

January 24, 2018

 Just like the bad boy Caravaggio, the legendary Jackson Pollock, or the eccentric Andy Warhol, van Gogh has become a sacred figure in the commercial world of art. Whether at the museum, the cinema, or even the theatre, the obscure and mysterious circumstances surround...

January 18, 2018

 Illustration by Matthew Page and Cyril Babeev

It was between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries when western societies developed the idea of historicity, of seeing their present as fundamentally different and separate in time and space from the past. Industrialisa...

Patricia Phelps de Cisneros gives more than 200 Latin American Artworks to six Museums

Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, a Venezuelan collector and philanthropist, aims to boost the visibility of Latin American art, and in order to do this her foundation, the Coleccion Patr...

January 15, 2018

Written by Eleanor Stephenson.

Photographs by Juliet McLoughlin

E.S. André Leon Talley, the former editor of Vogue, called you ‘the Godson of Andy Warhol’, how did that come about?

P.C. I was doing a performance in New York for the Rodnik Band and he came along to the s...

January 12, 2018

OBJECT No. 1: Lagneau (active 1590-1625), Middle-aged man with curly hair, 1620s

We look at objects, write about them, talk about them, consume them. They are the centre of our discipline - the focal point and its reason to be. For OBJECT No.1 Dr Rachel Sloan looks at L...

January 6, 2018

Ghost in the Shell, Dir. Mamoru Oshii (Manga Entertainment. 1995)

The advent of sophisticated robotics in the form of Sophia – produced by Hanson Robotics and the first robot to be granted citizenship in Saudi Arabia– comes as no surprise. We’ve anticipated her for cent...

January 4, 2018

Illustration by Jemima Hooke 

Following Marine Tanguy’s talk last month in collaboration with the Business of Art Society, we have asked her a few questions about how her company, MTArt, relates to our ever evolving world. Following the birth of the internet—what societ...

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