Manifesta: a hard act to pull off

Kasper König organises the roving biennial as Russia, its host, attracts attention for all the wrong reasons

Published online: 20 June 2014

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Video art, unplugged

A show at the Schaulager sees the New York-based artist Paul Chan rewiring his work

Published online: 20 June 2014

Feudalism returns to the art world

Collector and academic Harald Falckenberg believes that elitism is back

Published online: 19 June 2014

Serious concepts, playful designs

Humour, technological innovation and an exploration of public and private space all feature in Konstantin Grcic’s biggest show to date

Published online: 19 June 2014

The scholar and the hustler

For the curator Massimiliano Gioni, the fair is an opportunity to find supporters for his next projects

Published online: 18 June 2014

How to weave stories in fabric and film

Video-art pioneer Beryl Korot explains her move to the loom—and back to video

Published online: 18 June 2014


Not my reality, says Met director

Thomas Campbell, the director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, is given a light grilling in the “Questionnaire” slot of the...


Sturtevant and the power of appropriation

Elaine Sturtevant, the veteran American appropriation artist, died this week in Paris. Here, she holds her own in an 2010 interview about her show at the Musée d'Art Moderne, discusses her practice of recreating other artists' work, and explains the impositions of today's "cybernetic" world.