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Lawrence Abu Hamdan on translation, Nuremberg, and the juridical unconscious
Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s exhibition “The Witness-Machine Complex,” on view through November 14 at the Kunstverein Nuremberg, focuses on the system of simultaneous interpretation that facilitated the

Manifesta Announces Curator, Theme for 2022 Pristina Edition
Berlin-based curator Catherine Nichols has been named creative mediator of the forthcoming Manifesta 14, to be held in Pristina, Kosovo, in 2022. This edition of the itinerant biennial is to be titled

David Velasco in conversation with Joyce Kozloff
In this episode of “Under the Cover,” editor in chief David Velasco talks with artist Joyce Kozloff about her feminism, the founding of Heresies, and what the art world did (and did not) look like in

Atta Kwami (1956–2021)
Ghanian painter and printmaker Atta Kwami, whose brilliant geometric works evoke the architecture and textiles of West Africa and explore themes of migration and assimilation, died October 6 at the age

Anish Kapoor
For his latest exhibition, Anish Kapoor presents a new series of paintings, an element of his practice that has rarely been seen, exploring the intimate and ritualistic nature of his work. Created over

Leon Polk Smith
Lisson Gallery is pleased to present “Leon Polk Smith: Prairie Moon,” an exhibition of works by Leon Polk Smith, organized by the curator, writer, and art historian, Lynn Zelevansky, opening September

Meg Onli Appointed Director and Curator of the Underground Museum
Meg Onli has been named director and curator of Los Angeles’s Underground Museum. She arrives from the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, where she has worked as an associate curator since

Michelangelo Pistoletto
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Critical encounters with Jasper Johns
FOR ALMOST AS LONG as Artforum has been in circulation, its critics have wrestled with Jasper Johns’s startlingly inventive, thrillingly enigmatic body of work. This month, we have compiled a selection

Kamrooz Aram
“Un objet, un geste” (An object, a gesture,) Kamrooz Aram’s first solo exhibition in France, calls into question critical hierarchies perpetuated by qualifiers like decorative and non-Western. In the

Sandra Mujinga Wins 2021 Preis der Nationalgalerie
Sculptor Sandra Mujinga has won the Preis der Nationalgalerie, Germany’s premier award for young artists. Mujinga, a native of Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo, who now divides her time between Berlin

Osman Can Yerebakan at the Art Encounters Biennial
THE AUTUMN BREEZE hit in the last days of September, filling Timișoara with a chill blowing in from its eastern European neighbors. I walked by the flaking ornate façades lining the serpentine streets

Tania Bruguera Departing Cuba in Exchange for Government Freeing Prisoners
Cuban artist and activist Tania Bruguera is leaving her home country, having agreed to do so if the government released a group of prisoners, Hyperallergic reports. In an interview with Radio Martí

“J’ai Deux Amours...”
Ahead of her Chicago gallery’s ten-year anniversary, Mariane Ibrahim has opened a European outpost on the murderer’s row of Avenue Matignon—alongside Emmanuel Perrotin, Kamel Mennour, Almine Rech—in a

Lawrence Power
Lawrence Power is a painter of understated craftsmanship. His palette may be spare, but his techniques vary widely, from bands of impasto applied straight from the tube, to expansive translucent sheaths

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