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Art Monthly 421

Letter from Kampala

George Vasey reports on the Ugandan capital’s energetic but under-resourced art scene

Art Monthly 420

Letter from Korea: One Step at a Time

Chris McCormack reports on the Gwangju and Busan biennales at a tentatively hopeful time in Korean politics

Art Monthly 419

Private Museums

Aoife Rosenmeyer on the current boom in private art institutions

Art Monthly 418

Oberhausen: Leaving the Cinema

Adam Pugh uses the 64th Oberhausen International Short Film Festival to show that cinema is essential today, it being one of the few remaining social structures to enable public assembly

Art Monthly 418

Martha Rosler and Hito Steyerl: War Games

Stephanie Schwartz reviews the two-artist show at Switzerland’s Kunstmuseum Basel

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Exhibition Openings

Bristol Olivia Jones Spike Island opens Sat 17 Nov | PV 16 Nov
Aberystwyth Paul R Jones Aberystwyth Arts Centre opens Sat 17 Nov
Wakefield Norman Ackroyd Yorkshire Sculpture Park opens Sat 17 Nov
Wakefield Norman Ackroyd Yorkshire Sculpture Park opens Sat 17 Nov
Liverpool Joshua Henderson & Veronica Watson The Bluecoat opens Sat 17 Nov
Liverpool The Art Schools of North West England The Bluecoat opens Sat 17 Nov
Liverpool Jade Montserrat The Bluecoat opens Sat 17 Nov
London Felipe Baeza Maureen Paley opens Sat 17 Nov
Edinburgh Andy Warhol, Eduardo Paolozzi Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art opens Sat 17 Nov
Dublin Michael McLoughlin Draiocht opens Sat 17 Nov

Forthcoming Events

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The Producers Part II

Sally Tallant & Mirjam Varadinis

Sally Tallant, director of Liverpool Biennial, and Mirjam Varadinis, curator for contemporary art at Kunsthaus Zürich and creative mediator for Manifesta 12 in Palermo.

Part of ‘The Producers Part II: New Positions on Curating’ devised by Uta Kögelsberger of Newcastle University and Chris McCormack of Art Monthly, with the generous support and input of staff at the Hatton Gallery, from the School of Arts and Cultures, Newcastle University and from Art Monthly.

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Recent Podcasts

Talk Show on Resonance FM

Amy Budd, Sara Jaspan & Tom Snow

Presented by Chris McCormack

Amy Budd, Sara Jaspan & Tom Snow discuss the art scene in Rotterdam, the ICA workshop ‘On Cripping’ and Chad Elias’s book on contemporary art in post-civil war Lebanon.

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From the Back Catalogue

Art Monthly 328

The Contract

Seth Siegelaub interviewed by John Slyce Part 2

Art Monthly 273

Art, Lies and Performance

Anna Dezeuze reports on what is still a surprisingly little-known art form

Art Monthly 189

The Ends of the Museum

Brandon Taylor muses on the museum of the future

Art Monthly 399

Foreign Bodies

Francis Frascina on Brexit, the body and the workings of the state

Art Monthly 397

Space Wars

Jamie Sutcliffe argues that virtual technologies offer only a fantasy of freedom

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Found: The Missing Issue

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Issue 16 from May 1978

Issue 15 was dated March 1978

Where is the issue from April 1978?
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Michael O’Pray Prize

The Michael O’Pray Prize is a Film and Video Umbrella initiative launched in 2017 in partnership with Art Monthly which seeks new writing on innovation and experimentation in moving-image art. Read the winning texts below.

2018 Winner

Adam Hines-Green Bank – Basement – Becker

2017 Winners

Lauren Houlton Heat Sensitive?

Dan Ward A Long Shot

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Interviews with artists since 2007

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Talking Art

Interviews with artists since 1976

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