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"Art should be a welcome contribution to any crisis for its cathartic effects alone. In 2020, we would have benefited from social practice, art’s formal intervention into the realities outside itself, too. Sadly, theatres closed first and _...Read More_
"Art should be a welcome contribution to any crisis for its cathartic effects alone. In 2020, we would have benefited from social practice, art’s formal intervention into the realities outside itself, too. Sadly, theatres closed first and _...Read More_
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"Salman Toor’s institutional debut at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York brings together a body of new paintings that sensitively treat questions of queer identity and diasporic belonging." The exhibition, which opened in _...Read More_
"Salman Toor’s institutional debut at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York brings together a body of new paintings that sensitively treat questions of queer identity and diasporic belonging." The exhibition, which opened in _...Read More_
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“In the midst of the inescapable lockdown with a child, I decided not to escape or project out, but to do a show for her. A show, where there is a princess and a wolf, a magic mirror, some legs, a puppet theatre and a drunken sailor. Twelve _...Read More_
“In the midst of the inescapable lockdown with a child, I decided not to escape or project out, but to do a show for her. A show, where there is a princess and a wolf, a magic mirror, some legs, a puppet theatre and a drunken sailor. Twelve _...Read More_
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"Faced with the restrictions of the pandemic, curators have been forced to rethink the visitor experience at galleries and museums, introducing new routes and one-way systems. Ravi Ghosh explores the implications of this shake-up."
"Faced with the restrictions of the pandemic, curators have been forced to rethink the visitor experience at galleries and museums, introducing new routes and one-way systems. Ravi Ghosh explores the implications of this shake-up."
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Frieze’s Autumn Listening Sessions are hosted by the poet, performer, jazz archivist and frieze columnist  Harmony Holiday  and poet, cultural theorist and 2020 MacArthur Fellow  Fred Moten. From their living rooms in LA and New York, _...Read More_
Frieze’s Autumn Listening Sessions are hosted by the poet, performer, jazz archivist and frieze columnist  Harmony Holiday  and poet, cultural theorist and 2020 MacArthur Fellow  Fred Moten. From their living rooms in LA and New York, _...Read More_
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>"Does John Nash deserves a place beside his brother in the pantheon of British war artists?"
>"Does John Nash deserves a place beside his brother in the pantheon of British war artists?"