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The New York Times

Power Napping on Campus

A New All-Purpose Hangout for Berlin’s Creative Types

A New Track from a Saint Laurent and Alexander Wang-Approved Funk Rebel

Isabella Rossellini on her mother Ingrid Bergman’s Enduring Style

Portraits of Loved Ones, in Three Galleries on Three Continents

The Half-Century-Long Renovation of Rundale Palace, the Versailles of Latvia

An Exclusive New Club in Paris With a No-Social-Media Rule

From Bruce LaBruce, a Perfume All About Obscenity

Little House on the Baltic – On Location

In Latvia, a Sleek Modernistic House Breaks With Tradition …

Two Families, Two Homes and One Green House

In Store | A Berlin Boutique That Pays Tribute to New York Creative …

Letter From Berlin | Paper & Tea

A Colorful Show of Support for Pussy Riot in Berlin

A Bicycle Built for Zines

Karma by the Cup

Berlin, With Extra Hot Sauce

Say Käse!

Coming Attractions

The Guardian – Nadja Sayej author page

From controversy to empowerment: the history of black dolls

Claudia Rankine on Whitney Biennial row: ‘Anyone who is subject to a culture can use it’

Whitney Biennial 2017: Trump’s shadow looms over politically charged show

‘I’m proud of my sin’: the ‘criminal’ stars of Iranian TV promoting women’s rights

‘A time for guerrilla DIY’: how the Mexico-US border became a hub for protest art

‘It’s going to make art great again:’ the street artists taking on Trump

Artists from Muslim-majority countries deal with chaos from ‘absurd’ travel ban

Happy 80th birthday, TV! And now for the world’s biggest vintage telly addicts

Mark Leckey: the raving artist goes large at MoMA PS1 in New York

Viktor & Rolf: What me make should look like it was made by the birds in Cinderella

Simon Denny: the artist explaining blockchain with Pokémon

Mellow yellow: Kenya’s mosques and churches painted ‘in the name of love’

Rockaway! A derelict army bathhouse on a New York beach becomes art

American art museums cautiously embrace Pokémon Go

Simone Leigh’s The Waiting Room: art that tries to heal black women’s pain

Edward Snowdomes and edible internet cookies: welcome to Yami-ichi

Painting offshore: the art show inspired by the Panama Papers

Sculptor Antony Gormley: ‘the selfie is charming’ but it’s a modern paradox

Martin Creed: Artist’s neon sign calls for understanding in New York – and around the world

Sweatshop art: Berlin artists join production line in capitalist protest

Vincent van Bot: the robots turning their hand to art

War zone via smartphone: The Syria mobile film festival

Elmgreen and Dragset bring ‘Van Gogh’s Ear’ to New York

Patti Smith: ‘I’m not trying to change the world with photography’

Bret Easton Ellis and Alex Israel: California Uber Alles

Fischli and Weiss: Hamming it up at the Guggenheim

An unlikely duo: Homeland’s Nina Hoss plots with art joker Christian Jankowski

ORLAN: ‘I walked a long way for women’

Susan Sarandon’s Christmas with refugees: ‘I want to humanise the issue’

Donald Dump: how Trump the pottymouth triggered an artistic overload

The space artist who saw Pluto before NASA

The meltdown of Europe – as told by toys

Anish Kapoor sued for leaving racist graffiti on his ‘queen’s vagina’ sculpture at Versailles

Ai Weiwei takes the stage for the first time since 2011 – becomes selfie Santa Claus

Frank Stella: ‘If you get into art to make money, you’re deluded’

Isabella Rossellini on Ingrid Bergman: ‘Women liked her matter-of-factness’

Lydia Lunch: ‘If it’s for the money, you’re not doing art. You’re doing commerce’

Joan Baez and Ai Weiwei win the Amnesty International Award

Cate Blanchett and George Brandis open $7.5 million Australian Pavilion

Bruce LaBruce – Zombie porn retrospective at the MoMA

Mario Testino – ‘I was always better at photographing men’

The Economist

A humanist behind the lens: Robert Doisneau, shy street photographer

Political art: “I am Sun Mu”: the precarious existence of a North Korean satirical artist

Q&A: Yoko Ono Takes The Economist’s Questions

Music Iconography: Anton Corbijn is bowing out of professional photography

Compare and contrast, March 2015

Lore Krüger’s Photographs: Red snapper, February 2015

Top of the pop, December 2014

A Berlin Love Story, November 2014

i-D

Faith Evans still communicates with the spirit of her late husband Biggie Smalls

Artist Mark Bradford discusses hairstyling and activism at Venice

Jarvis Cocker on writing an album in room 29 of the Chateau Marmont

Sterling Ruby and the apocalyptic nature of Los Angeles

Devo frontman and Wes Anderson collaborator Mark Mothersbaugh on his first retrospective

Richard Kern’s sexy, provocative and poetic Polaroids

5 Questions with William Klein

Girl on Girl Photos Celebrate the Female Gaze

Dive into Doug Aitken’s Underwater Art

Virgil Abloh on Bauhaus, Berlin and Berghain

Bob Marley in Jamaica: Rare ’70s Photos of the Rebel Rasta

Catch the Best ’80s Art in New York this Month

Looking to the Future at the Nordic Biennial

‘Windows on Europe’ explores the refugee crisis through short films

Celebrating 40 years of Paris Bar; Berlin’s original artists hangout

Inside the Shepard Fairey x Debbie Harry collection

Five Questions With George Condo

The Radical Art Inspired by the Russian Revolution

Five Questions with José Parlá

Genesis P-Orridge on Thee Temple Ov Psychick Youth

Michele Lamy on A$AP Rocky, Snoop Dogg & The Desert

5 Things to See at Lisbon’s Architecture Triennial 

A Century of Queer New York Life

Talking to Peaches about 16 years as an angry feminist

Photographing the women who blazed a trail through the 60s and 70s

The Inside Story of Kanye’s Famous Exhibition

5 Must-See Artists at Norway’s Bergen Assembly

Share the Shame with Bruce LaBruce’s ‘Porn Diaries’

How To Do Peak Mykonos

Why Kim Gordon is more visual artist than musician

VOGUE Italia

“The Floating Piers”: the art of Christo and Jeanne-Claude at Lake Iseo

Newsweek

The Museum of Broken Relationships in Los Angeles Displays the Relics of Lost Love

A Woman’s Fight to Prove Porn Can Be Feminist

Smell Memory Kit lets you tag events, custom-made aromas

QZ

To experience the best Bollywood has to offer, you have to go to Dubai

Ozy

The Syrian Rapper Finding A Stage in Berlin

PAPER magazine

Dita Von Teese on her new rule-breaking beauty bible ‘Your Beauty Mark’

Highlights from the Venice Biennale 2015

Genesis P-Orridge is Preaching the Gospel of Voodoo

Is a Jacked Berlin-Based Rapper Named Candy Ken Fashion’s New It-Boy?

V magazine

Celebrating the Extraterrestrial at the Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art

Denmark’s First Ever ARoS Triennial Explores Humanity’s Impact on Nature

Politics Take Center Stage at 2017 Berlinale Film Festival

The Highlights at Miami Art Basel 2016

Bergen Assembly 2016

The Berlinale 2016

Fashion Guide to Athens

Absolut Art Wars

Art Now in Moscow

Anish Kapoor Under Fire

The 13th Lyon Biennale

Best Bars in Berlin

Notes from the Nordic Biennial 2015

Berlin’s Art Scene Soap Opera

Maclean’s Magazine

Moon Ribas uses a seismic sensor to feel the earth move

The Sound Of Winter Playing On Instruments Made Of Ice

GOOD magazine – Nadja Sayej author page

Simon Denny Turned the World’s Most Overused Tech Word Into Art

Fashion on the Ration: 1940s Street Style

Are Non-Tacky Light Shows the Future of Electronic Music?

The Cyborg Who Stole the Armory Show

ArtStars*

Ai Weiwei becomes a professor in Berlin

Curator Porn: Documenta 13 and the Press Kit From Hell

Cyprien Gaillard Drunk On Top of A Beer Pyramid

Gilbert & George

Robert Crumb

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VICE

There’s an App That Helps People with Amputations Work Out

Chen Wei’s Images Reveal the Mysteries of Chinese Club Culture

Giant Hopscotch Squares Help You Figure out Your Life

Embroidered Posters Use Monsters and Aliens to Satirise Indonesian Politics

Illustrations From Warhol’s Advertising Career Shed New Light on His Pop Art

This Nigerian Photographer Is Capturing Lagos As Homes Sink Into the Sea

Jpeg interview with Douglas Coupland

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Wallpaper

Puzzle master: Sarah Morris plays mind games in her latest show

In an abandoned Murano glass factory, artist Loris Gréaud shines light on an age-old art

SwissInfo

Organizing an artistic shake-up in a brewery

Maisonneuve

Pretending You’re German In Glasgow

Meeting the Former President of Slovakia at a Fashion Show in Kosice

The Globe & Mail

Signs of deception

FESTWATCH / OVER THE TOP

Cardboard warriors

Bring Your Own … Grub?

Blinding you with science

Pop goes the furniture store on Queen Street West

Getting playful in the world of architecture

Church in need serves mass and moshers

The price of art? A piece of flesh

Drink, drink, drink for dear old Harper

See my Franken-toaster?

Because zombies are people, too

Do these glasses (I mean flasses) make me look smarter?

Ordering up Sloth on the rocks and Envy with a twist

Time travel shot through a comedic lens

Farewell to the chief

Somewhere under the rainbow, graffiti lies

Back to the block, for better or for worse

Wonder what the condo fees are like

Hogtown Bee Y-o-u-n-g-e R-o-n-s-e-s-v-a-l-e-s B-a-b-b-y P-o-i-n-t P-r-i-n-c-e-s-s G-a-t-e S-t-r-o-m-b-o-l …

Keeping the dream alive, one suburban basement at a time

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NO. 9: CONTEMPORARY ART AND THE ENVIRONMENT

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Junction City Centennial Celebrations

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OCAD PROFESSIONAL GALLERY: THE BODY: NOT SO MUCH A TEMPLE, AS A CANVAS

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Poetry to make you slap your knee, the host

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