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Frédéric Lordon: The European Union must be dismantled in the interest of democracy (1)
Brutalism is back (1)
Marlie Mul on Rosa Bonheur (1)
How a facial recognition mismatch can ruin your life (1)
The luxury market in EU citizenship (1)
Trailer released for new Adam Curtis film "HyperNormalisation" (5)
A tale of two Chomskys: the military-sponsored scientist and the anarchist activist (5)
Situationism's failure to confront race and colonialism (8)
Turkey: art in troubled times (1)
Rebecca Solnit on regendering New York streets and monuments (1)
New dept of education rules force data journalists to approve research with UK government (1)
Why did Colombians reject the historic peace deal with FARC rebels? (1)
Against the novel (1)
The dismantling of Calais and the hypocrisy of Fortress Europe (1)
The curious Cold War origins of Tetris (1)
CAM St. Louis chief curator resigns amid Kelley Walker controversy (1)
Was deconstruction an American creation? (1)
René Magritte on bourgeois art and the Communist Party (1)
Two novels on art forgery (1)
Holland Cotter on Agnes Martin (1)
The long goodbye of social democracy in Latin America (1)
Alain Badiou: "There exists an essential link between poetry and communism" (1)
Christopher Schaberg on "airportness" (1)
The emergence and evolution of Afrosurrealism, 2009–16 (1)
"Art, Protest, Riot": Recent books on art and agitation (1)
Frieze London post-Brexit (1)
Alexander Galloway interviews Sarah Oppenheimer (1)
In defense of Elena Ferrante's anonymity (1)
The dictionary of non-notable artists (1)
Eileen Myles on getting a poem in the New Yorker (1)