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Art Monthly 417

Art Investigation

Daniel Neofetou argues that Forensic Architecture’s success in the art world is symptomatic of a broader demotion of art’s capacity for political opposition

Art Monthly 416

Forensic Architecture: Counter Investigations

Maria Walsh reviews the group’s ICA exhibition

Art Monthly 415

School: A Recent History of Self-Organised Art Education

Lauren Houlton reviews Sam Thorne’s survey of independent art schools

Art Monthly 414

Andreas Gursky

Martin Herbert reviews the German photographer’s Hayward Gallery retrospective

Art Monthly 413

Letter from Cairo: The Way Back

Maxa Zoller on Egypt’s post-revolution art scene

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Exhibition Openings

Birmingham Francis Alÿs Ikon opens Wed 20 Jun
London Ben Hughes Brocket Gallery opens Wed 20 Jun
London Tree Vigo Gallery opens Wed 20 Jun | PV 19 Jun
Birmingham Mark Titchner Ikon opens Wed 20 Jun
London Collective Failure J Hammond Projects opens Wed 20 Jun
London Jerwood Solo Presentations 2018 Jerwood Space opens Wed 20 Jun
Tenterden Donna Fleming Hall One One Six opens Wed 20 Jun
London Richard Woods Alan Cristea Gallery opens Thu 21 Jun
London Yinka Shonibare Alan Cristea Gallery opens Thu 21 Jun
London Caroline Jane Harris ASC Gallery opens Thu 21 Jun

Recent Podcasts

Talk Show on Resonance FM

Edward C Ball, Isobel Harbison & Taylor Le Melle

Presented by Chris McCormack

Isobel Harbison on the Joan Jonas survey exhibition at Tate Modern, Taylor Le Melle on Sophia Al-Maria’s show at Project Native Informant and Edward C Ball on the art scene in Paris, including the opening of the Rem Koolhaas-designed gallery, Lafayette Expectations.

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Talk Show on Resonance FM

Dave Beech

Presented by Matt Hale

Dave Beech discusses the idea that the robot is to visions of the future what the genius was to the industrial age, and argues that current thinking devalues labour while simultaneously ushering in a new form of slavery.

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Talk Show on Resonance FM

Amy Budd & Jennifer Thatcher

Presented by Chris McCormack

Jennifer Thatcher discusses the art world’s We Are Not Surprised anti-harassment movement in response to the wider post-Weinstein #MeToo campaign, and Amy Budd discusses the ‘No, No, No, No’ exhibition at Cell Projects. Presented by Chris McCormack.

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From the Back Catalogue

Art Monthly 397

Space Wars

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

Art Monthly 364

Border Control

Marcus Verhagen on the contradictions inherent in globalisation

Art Monthly 414

No Surprises

It is time that the art world put its own house in order, argues Jennifer Thatcher

Art Monthly 256

The Short Century

Barbara Pollack finds at PS1/MoMA a new model of exhibition that reveals Africa’s influence on western modernism

Art Monthly 406

Looping the Loop

Brian Hatton proposes a theory of the loop that predates its popular usage in film and video art theory

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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.

2017 Winners

Lauren Houlton Heat Sensitive?

Dan Ward A Long Shot

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Interviews with artists since 2007

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