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ArtReview’s 21st edition of the Power 100 list will be announced at 00.01 (GMT) on Thursday 1 December – and published in the December issue bit.ly/2Jjk4O4
Art in the Fukushima Exclusion Zone bit.ly/3AtAfAj
I wrote about Hettie Judah's new book 'Lapidarium' - "a jumbled collection of lithic curiosities" - and why the art world has gone crystal crazy, for @ArtReview_ artreview.com/the-artworlds-…
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What makes contemporary art’s relation to ‘the contemporary’ more than symptomatic? bit.ly/3EYTIvc
Stan Burnside and Tavares Strachan: “We get to make meaning” bit.ly/3XudpT1
I reflected on ten years of Candy Crush Saga for @ArtReview_, with nods to Natasha Schüll on machine gambling, addictive design, and why the story of 'free to play' should also incorporate gamified social media. artreview.com/how-candy-crus…
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Can Digital Benin reconnect future Nigerians with their history? bit.ly/3tydlUn
Why contemporary art is on the rocks bit.ly/3gBUq8q
What’s it like to be a Biennale? bit.ly/3Vl6ZDC
Now in its tenth year, the sugary sweet mobile game has proven a killer app for an era of rising technological addiction bit.ly/3OA874r
Suhanya Raffel has been appointed as president of International Committee for Museums and Collections of Modern Art (CIMAM) artreview.com/suhanya-raffel…
Mariane Ibrahim is to open a third gallery space in February 2023, in Mexico City bit.ly/3V6lsUf
How ‘Candy Crush’ trapped us in the Machine Zone bit.ly/3OA874r
The Lebanese-born, Paris-based architect Lina Ghotmeh will design the 22nd Serpentine Pavilion, unveiled in June 2023 bit.ly/3i94h6a
From our networks: The #AlUlaArtistResidency invites 6 artists, local & international, to collaborate with the local community and nurture their practice. The residency is an initiative of The Royal Commission for @ArtsAlUla in partnership with @AF_ALULA
Wrote about the problems with the Ana Mendieta podcast Death of an Artist for @ArtReview_ artreview.com/ana-mendieta-d…
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The ever-protean Wolfgang Tillmans bit.ly/3Ue4WAF
Artworks – finally open to select visits from the public – highlight the shifting, even vivacious, nature of the Fukushima exclusion zone’s landscape bit.ly/3AtAfAj
ArtReview’s 21st edition of the Power 100 list will be announced on bit.ly/2WzvNuW at 00.01 (GMT) on Thursday 1 December – and published in the December issue bit.ly/2Jjk4O4
Death of an Artist cannot seem to move beyond treating the past as a theatre of trauma bit.ly/3GDJJwS
Grace Ndiritu has been announced as the winner of the 2022 edition of the Jarman Award bit.ly/3VooGlJ
A long-awaited survey at @MuseumModernArt finds Wolfgang Tillmans looking both outward – to the world’s constituent elements – and inward to photography itself bit.ly/3Ue4WAF
Ana Mendieta deserves better than a true-crime podcast bit.ly/3GDJJwS
The ever-protean Wolfgang Tillmans bit.ly/3Ue4WAF
Workers at art and cultural institutions are discovering that unions aren’t just for hard-hats bit.ly/3AbxSlX
Reflections on Guantánamo, this year’s Berlin Biennale controversy, and the artworld’s tendency for shallow political consciousness bit.ly/3EnDsn7
Art in the Fukushima exclusion zone bit.ly/3AtAfAj
Can Digital Benin reconnect future Nigerians with their history? bit.ly/3tydlUn
Return to Mark Rappolt’s review of the 59th Venice Biennale, which closes this week bit.ly/3yA5tFH
For all the covetable coffee-table books about women artists, few offer us anything truly original, or truly feminist bit.ly/3TEYsu1
How do you capture something as slippery as memory? Moving-image documentarians have turned to animation bit.ly/3hWWTdJ
‘To treat artists who are women as separate, as unable to withstand real criticism, or as props to a larger narrative, perpetuates the divide between them and the artists who do not need a gender qualifier in front of the word.’ artreview.com/the-problem-wi…
Within academia and the artworld, there has been a lack of recent critical engagement that offers anything beyond the ‘Look, I found her!’ trend in writing art history, @eliza_g96 argues. artreview.com/the-problem-wi…
Women artists are trendy, writes Eliza Goodpasture – from the art market and Instagram posts to Frida Kahlo dolls and covetable coffee-table books. Yet, needless to say, little of this moment offers us ‘anything truly original, or truly feminist’. artreview.com/the-problem-wi…
Twitter’s disappearance will not make for the end of this kind of power, only some of the compensations for it. artreview.com/twitter-may-no…
The platform offers a field for participating in an authoritarian epistemology, a way of knowing that made supporting its protocols prerequisite for experiencing a sense of relevance. artreview.com/twitter-may-no…
People use Twitter not so much to ‘express themselves’ but to experience domination in a seemingly locatable way, Rob Holding explains, to know it as concretely real and thereby have a chance at making a kind of vicarious peace with it. artreview.com/twitter-may-no…
Digital Benin is not a pro-restitution platform ­– and some unresolved quandaries remain – but the process of return will surely accelerate bit.ly/3tydlUn
Twitter may not be dead yet. But ‘Social Media’ is bit.ly/3Ey3PqE
I wrote this about the problem with the ‘Look, I Found Her!’ trend in feminist art history for @ArtReview_ artreview.com/the-problem-wi…
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Today 5pm GMT/12pm EST! RSVP via artreview.com to receive the Zoom link or follow the live stream here: artreview.com/talk-web3-and-… @WhaleSharkETH @sydney_xiong #DSLcollection twitter.com/apenftorg/stat…
Jenny Holzer will receive the Whitechapel Gallery Art Icon award in January 2023 bit.ly/3EGpKvK
The problem with the ‘Look, I Found Her!’ trend in art history bit.ly/3TEYsu1
Wrote about John Currin's sick spirit (and why his paintings are so gross and so good) for @ArtReview_ artreview.com/john-currins-p…
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A guide to unionizing the artworld bit.ly/3AbxSlX
Ana Prata’s tiny phenomena bit.ly/3EEif8Y
Can Digital Benin reconnect future Nigerians with their history? bit.ly/3tydlUn
'What will art patronage mean in the context of decentralisation?' Join Sylvain Levy, @WhaleSharkETH and @sydney_xiong tomorrow 5pm GMT for an online panel moderated by @jjcharlesworth_, in partnership with @apenftorg RSVP via [email protected] artreview.com/talk-web3-and-…
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