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Antonio Negri Unpacks Lenin's Most Memorable Slogans [Frontpage] (1)
Black and Blur: Fred Moten talks to the Brooklyn Rail about visual art [Frontpage] (1)
Pioneering cyberpunk Jaron Lanier on the perils and potential of VR [Frontpage] (1)
Who is the City For?: Revisiting Lefebvre's Right to the City [Frontpage] (1)
Trumpism will outlast Trump [Frontpage] (1)
"Artists before Columbus": A startling discovery of pre-Columbian Caribbean art [Frontpage] (1)
We are not surprised [Frontpage] (2)
Hito Steyerl is 2017's most influential artist [Frontpage] (2)
Július Koller and the archive as performance [Frontpage] (1)
Amazon and the bankruptcy of “urbanism” [Frontpage] (1)
Appeal for international solidarity with culture makers in Poland [Frontpage] (1)
China Miéville's account of the glory and drudgery of the Russian Revolution [Frontpage] (1)
Saskia Sassen on "defending open cities" [Frontpage] (1)
"Beatrix Ruf: Rock Bottom" [Frontpage] (1)
The revolutionary "intercommunalism" of Huey P. Newton, Black Panther [Frontpage] (1)
The Catalonia referendum: Twilight of the nation-state? [Frontpage] (4)
Jack Halberstam on hetero-patriarchy and the Harvey Weinsteins of the world [Frontpage] (1)
Gary Younge: "Immigrants are not the problem. Borders are." [Frontpage] (1)
Why was a far-right German politician invited to speak at the Hannah Arendt Center? [Frontpage] (1)
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Nazis are suing Documenta [Frontpage] (1)
Jimmie Durham on being "an artist first and an activist second" [Frontpage] (1)
"How film editing has changed to suit an increasingly incoherent world" [Frontpage] (1)
Franco “Bifo” Berardi: "The Inevitable and the Unpredictable" [Frontpage] (3)
Is democracy in Europe doomed? [Frontpage] (1)
What makes biography good? [Frontpage] (1)
What's the science behind the pleasure of architecture? [Frontpage] (1)
"How Sci-Fi Writers Imagine Iraq’s Future" [Frontpage] (1)
Two new books unsettle our understanding of the historical emergence of centralized states [Frontpage] (1)
Agnès Varda's latest film is a reflection on memory lost and found [Frontpage] (1)