Rachel Churner on the art of Barbara Hammer, James Quandt on the films of Lucrecia Martel, Sarah K. Rich & Amy Sillman
on Laura Owens
, Kazuyo Sejima talks with Julian Rose on museum architecture
, Melissa Anderson on Sophie Fiennes's Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami
, Tobi Haslett on Mark E. Smith, plus reviews from Paris, London, Los Angeles, Berlin, Mumbai, Istanbul, Chicago, and more.
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