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China Miéville on 500 years of More's 'Utopia' (1)
Oldest Turkish daily newspaper purged by government (1)
Where's the fiction about climate change? (1)
"Economic migrants" are refugees too (1)
Ai Weiwei: "I'm an artist, not a priest" (1)
Russia and the US: The new politics of conspiracy (1)
Chinese is now easier to type than Latin script (1)
Is black male sexuality the last taboo? (1)
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is late capitalism’s safe deposit box (1)
Philip Guston, Philip Roth, and their Nixon satire (1)
Zadie Smith on dance, writing and Beyoncé (1)
Marina Abramović on her celebrity and critics (1)
Judith Butler on public assembly, precarity and Trump (1)
How do we care? Singapore’s Substation 26 years later (1)
Benjamin Kunkel on the US presidential election (1)
Is the fetishization of work making us miserable? (1)
Angela Merkel on internet algorithms and politics (1)
Addicted to your iPhone? The problem may be the software, not you (1)
Marwa Arsanios in conversation with Anton Vidokle: why does naming something art deprive it of a political dynamic? (2)
4chan can't afford its server costs, and Martin Shkreli might help pay (1)
Could landscape architecture save us from climate disaster? (1)
"Twitter has colonized my mind" (1)
Carolee Schneemann finally getting her due (1)
Paul Beatty is the first American to win the Man Booker prize (1)
Soylent vs. slow food (1)
Student debt is worst at schools with the highest-paid presidents (1)
New film Moonlight "dares to let black men love" (1)
Why Friday’s massive internet outage was so scary (1)
Kellie Jones on how to work in the art world (1)
The New Yorker profiles Cursed Images (1)