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Yvette Mutumba on Why Decolonizing Institutions ‘Has to Hurt’ https://t.co/kr5YhjhSis https://t.co/Lycv4OgfccFrom the Archive: What’s Behind the Voluptuous Horror of Kembra Pfahler? https://t.co/iDBTZrtrnZ https://t.co/JZRWCxf2TbSessions | Join our editors for a new series of online discussion groups. Every week, we’ll be discussing one of ou… https://t.co/JRdwaeW3znMoyra Davey and Kate Zambreno – both of whom published new books this spring – discuss diary-keeping, photography a… https://t.co/pYEBEDBZ0gEnds midnight today: 20% off an annual subscription to frieze. Receive 8 issues a year featuring today's most excit… https://t.co/sVDieZQOuc
7/12
2020
If we consider data visualization as narrative, then what, exactly, is the story behind a static graph?… https://t.co/Bxu7U6DMuSMust end tomorrow: 20% off an annual subscription to frieze. Receive 8 issues a year featuring today's most excitin… https://t.co/7WtSTMpurzSessions | On July 15, Matt Wolf will discuss what lessons his latest film ‘Spaceship Earth’ holds about the future… https://t.co/WaCXKpBh9DFrom the Archive: How I Lost My Marbles; or, Calling for Colonial Patricide https://t.co/r0zu2KDOHr https://t.co/bkc1QLoSzD
7/11
2020
During the Troubles in Ireland, Darran Anderson remembers finding sanctuary in County Derry’s amusement arcades.… https://t.co/4sAjxaSpY6To Stop the Auction of Looted Art, International Law Must Change https://t.co/2h9WGI68Z8 https://t.co/ZgFd7jasEpPablo Larios speaks with the Stedelijk Museum’s newly appointed curator-at-large about institutional accountability… https://t.co/KqQrO3WOuOLast chance: 20% off an annual subscription to frieze magazine. Receive eight issues a year featuring today's most… https://t.co/PdsvRC3qxxSessions | On July 15, Matt Wolf will discuss what lessons his latest film ‘Spaceship Earth’ holds about the future… https://t.co/NmtKQzahkOFrom the Archive: How France’s Restitution Report Unsettled the Conversation about Cultural Property… https://t.co/d0T3WpQfgSArtist-curators Julie Ault and Martin Beck invite viewers into their Joshua Tree home to browse their collection of… https://t.co/8lnJYra4mc
7/10
2020
Moyra Davey and Kate Zambreno – both of whom published new books this spring – discuss diary-keeping, photography a… https://t.co/HHSrKnI7p6Darran Anderson: ‘“Street Fighter II” may have been just a game, but it gave us a tantalizing sense that real life,… https://t.co/1hA8GujMu8
7/9
2020
Sessions | Join our editors for a new series of online discussion groups. Every week, we’ll be discussing one of ou… https://t.co/4DQ90g6lZWDuring the Troubles in Ireland, Darran Anderson remembers finding sanctuary in County Derry’s amusement arcades.… https://t.co/5Hzqv73g01An online presentation organized by Julie Ault and Martin Beck documents James Benning’s friendship and creative ex… https://t.co/eLP3tMedNJ
7/8
2020
Neïl Beloufa’s online game, ‘Screen Talk’, satirizes the bad politics and fake news muddling responses to COVID-19.… https://t.co/zBdw5Idp4HA statistician (Andrew Gelman) and a novelist (Helen DeWitt) on the links between dataviz and storytelling.… https://t.co/eC6guHK4wCPablo Larios speaks with the Stedelijk Museum’s newly appointed curator-at-large about institutional accountability… https://t.co/pDT9UQ5os1For ‘Down the Rabbit Hole: JB in JT’, organized in collaboration with O-Town House, artist-curators Julie Ault and… https://t.co/SatUx7SoUR
7/7
2020
Hamed Sinno remembers coming out in the aftermath of the Lebanese Civil War and the recent death of Egyptian queer… https://t.co/YpXzlrAqhsEnnio Morricone (1928-2020) The prolific Italian composer, known for is work on over 500 movies and TV shows, inc… https://t.co/B7Z1Ie96YYYvette Mutumba on Why Decolonizing Institutions ‘Has to Hurt’ https://t.co/iRCjkInpK6 https://t.co/lUGjaDTnWMKyle Chayka: ‘Online, you can learn about the material and conceptual environments in which artists work; in physic… https://t.co/6qqa390Nl0For 13 decades, on all filmmaking continents, thousands of women have been directing films. Some of the best films.… https://t.co/uXnWej61H3Graphic Content: How Visualizing Data Is a Life-or-Death Matter https://t.co/S01ErqqdtC https://t.co/7oGEG8m9JQ
7/6
2020
Neïl Beloufa Simulates the Pandemonium of Pandemic https://t.co/C5ToCvkTyr https://t.co/FM6mEIqsonHamed Sinno: ‘Outside, the writing is on the wall: we’re here. We’ve always been here. The queers will win the worl… https://t.co/6bYMhDqdkoFrom the stadium to the gallery, both sports writers and art critics attempt to invoke a sense of extreme concentra… https://t.co/A3og6pKhMnThe Must-See Exhibitions During Paris Gallery Weekend 2020 https://t.co/ZdzqGjAFqp https://t.co/WLChbf0cbs
7/5
2020
Orit Gat: ‘With its politics and use of a visual code as a narrative device, writing about sport is not dissimilar… https://t.co/ghyJHB7511Neïl Beloufa’s game perfectly skewers the madcap tenor of the media through which information, both good and bad, s… https://t.co/8nXYrdvzJQA statistician (Andrew Gelman) and a novelist (Helen DeWitt) on the links between dataviz and storytelling.… https://t.co/T9CxI9ze0cOriane Durand Selects the Six Best Shows to See in Paris This Weekend https://t.co/bJ9lzCsz6I https://t.co/MTJnOU6U3h
7/4
2020
While Joan Jonas was staying in Dublin in the 1990s, she encountered a female character with a wildness to match Ma… https://t.co/eaqcum1tkmJennifer Higgie: ‘Mark Cousins’s ‘Women Make Film’ is at once a celebration and a critique, a film school and an ep… https://t.co/YeoLt0jJjBThe Must-See Exhibitions During Paris Gallery Weekend 2020 https://t.co/ETwOfUSxBb https://t.co/GHqb6Fx7ES
7/3
2020
From the Archive: Grace Wales Bonner Journeys Through Landscapes of Colonialism and Resistance… https://t.co/Bs8qTeriJMJennifer Higgie takes an extraordinary road trip through 1,000 extracts from movies directed by 183 female filmmake… https://t.co/piRgTdFRCkHuge congratulations to @Tate’s Turner Bursary recipients: @00arika00, Liz Johnson Artur, Oreet Ashery, Shawanda Co… https://t.co/DDf1gjjDLpWomen in the Well: When Joan Jonas Met Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill https://t.co/cpS6VrbX9w https://t.co/aWWZJy5aZr
7/2
2020
In our July/August issue, Etel Adnan contemplates horizons in an exclusive excerpt from her forthcoming book; Moyra… https://t.co/AYkfuXcCCYWhat Art Critics Can Learn from Sports Writers https://t.co/PahjY0OIPb https://t.co/VrkRwEdrtOA 14-Hour Documentary on Women Filmmakers Corrects the Canon https://t.co/XdTOco3Za7 https://t.co/OJhzbry9Nx
7/1
2020
The Game-Changing Reconstruction of Aby Warburg’s ‘Image Atlas’ https://t.co/VT84tFCcHR https://t.co/KLAa0m8Sx8David Grubbs on Lockdown’s Changing Tempo https://t.co/Wlrrz5lxWE https://t.co/PXhFrJLZlSFrom the Archive: How Cyborg Identities Have Empowered Women to Challenge Societal Norms https://t.co/tbZxOvSlg4 https://t.co/LZToIJbkC2
6/30
2020
With physical spaces shuttered during lockdown, many commercial art galleries have turned to online viewing rooms.… https://t.co/6u4qQGODnA
6/29
2020
Mashrou‘ Leila's Hamed Sinno on Pride and Mourning in the Middle East https://t.co/pZNqA6wktu https://t.co/J0gq4QyV4bFrom the Archive: The Turner Prize & Identity Politics https://t.co/hGTLArIVv1 https://t.co/zMcuCzWdQbThese Films by Black Filmmakers are Free to Stream https://t.co/BkSOyl3GOz https://t.co/HKzyu5mmVy
6/28
2020
Hamed Sinno remembers coming out during the Lebanese Civil War and the recent death of Egyptian queer activist Sara… https://t.co/JMnD6PLuF2Looking for Texture in Online Viewing Rooms https://t.co/RrsAHhntDR https://t.co/ESPqzkmCSSFrom a kaleidoscopic portrait of Alabama to a documentary about police violence in the UK, frieze contributors sele… https://t.co/8d2mRdoYz9
6/27
2020
From the Archive: Jace Clayton Interviews Arthur Jafa About the Politics of Filmmaking https://t.co/YeBi3DeqtF https://t.co/PAVfLxqhmlAs physical spaces begin to re-open, virtual platforms need to add something to the art experience.… https://t.co/E4nlsUCfwZMashrou‘ Leila's Hamed Sinno on Pride and Mourning in the Middle East https://t.co/aUYitywsR6 https://t.co/pDxNy5P0ac13 galleries, including @Tate, @MOCAlosangeles and @GlenstoneMuseum, will screen Arthur Jafa’s 2016 film ‘Love is t… https://t.co/FtyaVrFCpv
6/26
2020
Claire-Louise Bennett Takes a Scalpel to a 20th-Century Iconoclast. Short Fiction Inspired by Aby Warburg’s ‘Panel… https://t.co/urD4JrXjLqToo Slow, Too Fast: Lockdown's Changing Tempo https://t.co/jb9QhwXNoF https://t.co/NhfSvOEfY9From the Archive: Michael Bracewell and Jon Wilde talk to the founder and leader of The Fall.… https://t.co/WjpZjGOFmPThese Films by Black Filmmakers are Free to Stream https://t.co/FQq7ASU0bN https://t.co/myWAlSEmi0
6/25
2020
Decadence, dazzle and decoloniality in this debut novel about the search for a forgotten Black modernist amidst the… https://t.co/R48MlYJN1TIan Bourland reviews Spike Lee’s ‘Da 5 Bloods‘ https://t.co/dEKHl6BxeX https://t.co/V8nLc3Ab8zUK Art Students Are Reimagining the Degree Show Format During COVID-19 https://t.co/EIx6NyeqBw https://t.co/l2irPzgnVoBrian Dillon on the Disquieting Life and Times of Aby Warburg https://t.co/UplSPyQ8uo https://t.co/RpZL2cXRx6
6/24
2020
Luther Price (1962-2020), From Here to Eternity https://t.co/okO1lgCYDj https://t.co/j6J9HzxpwhBrian Dillon on the Disquieting Life and Times of Aby Warburg https://t.co/uH5iFdRTi4 https://t.co/DDwAAOfrOcFrom the Archive: Tim Smith-Laing talks to Rasheed Araeen https://t.co/O6UyT0eH90 https://t.co/nhPE35demv
6/23
2020
Claire-Louise Bennett Takes a Scalpel to a 20th-Century Iconoclast. Short fiction inspired by Aby Warburg’s ‘Panel… https://t.co/PYSRVMZsTvCongratulations to Thomas J Price and Veronica Ryan. The artists have been commissioned to create two new public ar… https://t.co/f2Mcl9JiuYRethinking Community in the Wake of the Pandemic https://t.co/sGpDuEja79 https://t.co/ibOeNyWvk2The Game-Changing Reconstruction of Aby Warburg’s ‘Image Atlas’ https://t.co/8llmE5185k https://t.co/5TGm3vQ2GJArtist Carmen Winant on Aby Warburg’s Hold on the Imagination. Is this art? Science? Who cares?… https://t.co/ueFKPqihzc
6/22
2020
Ellen Mara De Wachter: ‘For many students, these new online degree shows have crystallized their doubts about the v… https://t.co/IDLGIi7dxfBrian Dillon on the Disquieting Life and Times of Aby Warburg https://t.co/1foiAZqlFV https://t.co/uw2hmUQsrKFrom the Archive: Sonia Boyce: 30 Years of Art and Activism https://t.co/8kB3rFJlqy https://t.co/XgvOaeLxWhIan Bourland: ‘It is tempting to say that ”Da 5 Bloods“ is the finest war movie ever made, but Lee deftly confounds… https://t.co/MkzWzFQYQk
6/21
2020
Bradford Nordeen Remembers the Late American Filmmaker Luther Price https://t.co/1rGYRyovGW https://t.co/hyRTsND28sNisha Ramayya on Rethinking Community in the Wake of the Pandemic https://t.co/w3Iwlg64zF https://t.co/mgPLwQiEDjUK Art Students Are Reimagine the Degree Show Format During COVID-19 https://t.co/0ovpBAqo83 https://t.co/fuE2uasgFhShola Von Reinhold's debut novel questions who history allows to be glamorous, to be idolized as daring or iconic.… https://t.co/pVvEoodgwvIn Spike Lee’s sweeping new Vietnam War film, it is never clear ‘who is the colonizer and who is the colonized’.… https://t.co/3QC8agdnCC
6/20
2020
Luther Price (1962-2020), From Here to Eternity https://t.co/6ozMZyldZt https://t.co/1IxzNGB8iyNisha Ramayya on Rethinking Community in the Wake of the Pandemic https://t.co/Pwez5N8dum https://t.co/4p0MUEOcKHSpike Lee’s ‘Da 5 Bloods’ and the Racist History of the US Military https://t.co/e9jzmb2BCT https://t.co/asqZTFxqiaAn Opening on Mars and Other Degree Show Solutions https://t.co/gFDzhoKblv https://t.co/NjUYmi1G3kGlamour and Resistance in Shola von Reinhold’s Debut Novel https://t.co/BB3SDccDyY https://t.co/4i2pEDoNhE
6/19
2020
Toppling Statues Is Not About History, It’s About the Present. Image: @SolomonConcepts https://t.co/xMphMkk0Ds https://t.co/3TL7Bts4DYCollier Schorr on Seeing and Being Seen on ST. Mark’s Place, New York https://t.co/K3sfbWUZGe https://t.co/u4sA6LrDttRianna Jade Parker on ‘The People’s Account’, a 1985 documentary on the Broadwater Farm uprising.… https://t.co/uWGWvAeDwL
6/18
2020
How to Be Visible When the Codes of Identity Just Don’t Fit https://t.co/Ha11JkNNGf https://t.co/GuaUt8ABay @SolomonConcepts Hi Solomon, I've added your name to the image caption in the article. Thanks!‘Three major uprisings rocked London and Birmingham in late 1985. Each was sparked by an act of police lawlessness… https://t.co/ZqjEmaEJiv
6/17
2020
From the Archive: One Year On, What Were the Cultural Responses to the Tragedy of Grenfell Tower?… https://t.co/7i4LqOSJRN
6/16
2020

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