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The right to live where one’s culture was museified (1)
The market as imaginary in post-Mao China (1)
Sasha Frere-Jones and Maggie Nelson discuss writing and form (1)
Art studios on fire (1)
An 'epic' takedown (1)
e-flux journal redux: Elena Filipovic, 'A Museum That is Not' (1)
Is it unethical to acclaim the work of morally reprehensible people? (3)
David Rimanelli's defense of Dash Snow a feat of cognitive dissonance (4)
"Freeportism" and post-internet art (1)
We’ve hit a troubling climate change milestone (1)
Luc Boltanski on the "mysteries & conspiracies" of genre fiction (1)
The beautiful, proto-feminist snark of Jane Austen's juvenilia (1)
Art galleries face pressure to fund museum shows (1)
Agitprop!: A Conversation with Martha Rosler, Nancy Buchanan, and Andrea Bowers (1)
A history of the barricade (1)
Kathleen Hanna on second-wave feminist art (1)
The "semiotic disobedience" of Hank Willis Thomas (1)
Boris Groys: "The politics of modern and contemporary art is the politics of nonidentity" (1)
The impossibly miniature drawings of Matthias Buchinger (1)
Why you can't trust GPS in China (1)
Agnes Martin on not thinking (1)
The new Met Breuer (in the Whitney's old building) is off to a shaky start (1)
Owen Hatherley on Soviet milk bars and utopian cafeterias (1)
Franco Moretti: "'Digital humanities’ means nothing” (1)
e-flux journal redux: Dieter Lesage, 'The Academy is Back: On Education, the Bologna Process, and the Doctorate in the Arts' (1)
Artists release 3-D scan of prized Egyptian artifact to protest colonial looting (1)
Technology helps bring prison walls into the streets (1)
Are the 90s-era Crypto Wars heating up again? (1)
Restoring Eileen Gray's forgotten midcentury masterpiece (1)
The business of empathy (1)