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Everything you ever wanted to know about the art market but didn't know who to ask

An “Industry of Vampires”

As the art world navigates new frontiers of progressive politics, many parents in the industry feel left behind

By Rachel Corbett

“What Are We Cheering? We Should Be Protesting!”

Artists, curators, directors and more respond to the data

By Charlotte Burns and Julia Halperin

Criticism is Not Static

A black feminist perspective

By Jessica Lynne

Writing in China

When words bow down to commerce

By Lisa Movius

Censorship is Art’s Biggest Obstacle

Why it damages the profession

By Christian Viveros-Fauné

Everyone’s a Critic

WANTED: Nuance and transparency

By Louisa Buck

Introducing the American Issue #3

Who has a voice in today’s culture?

By Charlotte Burns

The Return of Melodrama

On nostalgia and neo-noir in contemporary culture

By William J. Simmons

Time to Use Our Outside Voices

On protest and art

By Aruna D'Souza

The New Canon

Seven queer painters taking on history

By Harrison Tenzer

Queer Abstraction, Then and Now

Visualizing the complexities of desire and sexuality

By Jared Ledesma

Looking Back on the Biennale

The best of Venice past

By Robert Storr, Michael Trier, and Allan Schwartzman

“There are code words to push back against change”

A final interview with Okwui Enwezor

By Charlotte Burns

Quality, Quantity, Fear and Fun(ding)

Museum directors tell us what works

By Charlotte Burns

Asia’s Most Innovative and Interesting Institutions

Mapping Museums from Hong Kong to Japan

By Charlotte Burns, Michele Chan, Vivienne Chow, Chelsea Perkins, and Julia Vennitti with Kaitlin Chan,

Fondant, Fontana, Flan, Oh My!

Some Showstopping Bakes

By Julia Vennitti

Giving Artists Total Freedom

The Upcoming São Paulo Biennial

By Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro

“Blame the Doctor, not the Disease”

Curators React to Biennial Bashing

By Jane Morris