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The impossibly miniature drawings of Matthias Buchinger [Frontpage] (1)
Why you can't trust GPS in China [Frontpage] (1)
Agnes Martin on not thinking [Frontpage] (1)
The new Met Breuer (in the Whitney's old building) is off to a shaky start [Frontpage] (1)
Owen Hatherley on Soviet milk bars and utopian cafeterias [Frontpage] (1)
Franco Moretti: "'Digital humanities’ means nothing” [Frontpage] (1)
e-flux journal redux: Dieter Lesage, 'The Academy is Back: On Education, the Bologna Process, and the Doctorate in the Arts' [Frontpage] (1)
Artists release 3-D scan of prized Egyptian artifact to protest colonial looting [Frontpage] (1)
Technology helps bring prison walls into the streets [Frontpage] (1)
Are the 90s-era Crypto Wars heating up again? [Frontpage] (1)
Restoring Eileen Gray's forgotten midcentury masterpiece [Frontpage] (1)
The business of empathy [Frontpage] (1)
Open letter to the Lord Mayor of the City of Leverkusen from Gerhard Richter [Frontpage] (1)
Rauschenberg Foundation eases copyright restrictions on artwork documentation [Frontpage] (1)
Slavoj Žižek – Objects, Objects Everywhere: A Critique of Object Oriented Ontology [Frontpage] (3)
The post-cubicle office: does it make employees any happier or more productive? [Frontpage] (1)
Experimental film in Los Angeles, 1945-1980 [Frontpage] (1)
Can the teaching of art be exhibited? [Frontpage] (1)
Did Facebook introduce emoticons to improve their data mining? [Frontpage] (1)
Is criticism an art in its own right? [Frontpage] (1)
Wolfgang Streeck on the twilight of social democracy [Frontpage] (1)
The Propaganda of Pantone: Color and Subcultural Sublimation [Frontpage] (1)
Ahmed Naji, the Use of Life and the zombies [Frontpage] (1)
Catherine Opie: "Right now I’m more interested in the subconscious" [Frontpage] (1)
Thomas Nagel on the ethics of drones [Frontpage] (1)
Eileen Myles on Hillary Clinton [Frontpage] (2)
Phong Bui on the beauty of independent publishing [Frontpage] (1)
How subjectivity is constituted by financial relations [Frontpage] (1)
Chris Kraus and Sylvere Lotringer visit This American Life in 1998 [Frontpage] (1)
Lola Ridge: The radical modernist poet we won't forget twice [Frontpage] (1)