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Private Museums

Aoife Rosenmeyer on the current boom in private art institutions

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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

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Martha Rosler and Hito Steyerl: War Games

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

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

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Forensic Architecture: Counter Investigations

Maria Walsh reviews the group’s ICA exhibition

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School: A Recent History of Self-Organised Art Education

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

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Andreas Gursky

Martin Herbert reviews the German photographer’s Hayward Gallery retrospective

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Letter from Cairo: The Way Back

Maxa Zoller on Egypt’s post-revolution art scene

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Terre Thaemlitz

The Minnesota-born, Kawasaki-based artist, writer, DJ and composer explores gender and systolic systems, and argues against reconciliation

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What is Happening?

Laure Genillard asks why won’t more galleries voice the fact that art fairs are rapidly eroding their viability

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