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e-flux conversations


Micol Hebron examines gender equality in the art world (1)
To end the refugee crisis, end borders (1)
T. J. Clark on Picasso and the fall of Europe (1)
Esperanto: the language that never was (1)
Naomi Klein on Edward Said and the "othering" inherent to climate change (1)
Badiou: "The search for a new politics in the current context will be a fairly long process" (1)
Straub and Huillet's exacting, cold craftsmanship (1)
Gary Indiana on his novels about crime, celebrity, and media frenzy (1)
e-flux journal redux: Hito Steyerl, 'Is a Museum a Factory?' (1)
Crying on Camera: “fourth-wave feminism” and the threat of commodification (1)
"The Kurds: A divided future?" (1)
Why we're in the midst of a new era of riots (1)
Sharon Lockhart: an artist who explores the lives of girls labeled difficult (1)
More Snowden files are being released (1)
What would a truly smart and sustainable city look like? (1)
Evgeny Morozov: Tech titans are busy privatizing our data (1)
Peter Schjeldahl on Nicole Eisenman: 'Seriously Funny' (1)
The "chronic dysfunction" of Brazilian politics (1)
The secret history of crime as art (1)
Western do-gooders need to resist the allure of 'exotic problems' (1)
Does power really corrupt? The research is ambiguous (1)
Has celebrity feminism failed? (1)
Why are these such anxious times? (2)
A generation of artists were wiped out by AIDS and we barely talk about it (1)
What does psychoanalysis have to do with democracy? (1)
The murky ethics of self-driving cars (1)
Rising sea levels and the case for retreat (1)
A glimpse into Alejandro Jodorowsky's weird and fertile mind (1)
Washington Post discovers hipster graphic design (1)
Iman Issa and Moyra Davey on first-person narration in art (1)