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"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)
The diminishing returns of “productivity drugs” (1)
The oppressive reality of Brexit-era London (1)
Fred Moten in conversation with Wu Tsang (1)
The world's first AI-composed song sounds a lot like indie rock (2)
Tyler Coburn: Live Response to Franco “Bifo” Berardi's lecture “And: Phenomenology of the End” on September 30 (12)
Walter Benjamin as storyteller (1)
Who owns culture?: On cultural appropriation (1)
The Met lays off 34 employees in attempt to correct budget deficit (1)
Mexican Museum still figuring out who will curate it (1)
Four possible futures (1)
Wendy Vogel on Karin Schneider (1)
Who cares about American power? (1)
Resisting the commodification of motherhood and domesticity (1)
McKenzie Wark on Chantal Mouffe and liberal democracy (1)
Google digests 11,000 novels to improve AI conversation (1)
On the trail of African migrant smugglers (1)
Syrian poet Adonis: “Arab poetry has always been against God” (1)
Amy De'Ath on Bhanu Kapil's "Ban en Banlieue" (1)
Renowned Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook found dead in Ottawa under suspicious circumstances (1)
Jacques Derrida on American attitude (7)
The Battle of Algiers at 50 (1)
Claudia Rankine to found the "Racial Imaginary Institute" (1)
What do we see when we look at travel photography? (1)
New African American museum in Washington, DC "is at once triumphant and crushing" (1)