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Cataloguing the strategies of an otherwise unaccountable global order, Extrastatecraft traces the consequences of our material and immaterial infrastructural spaces
Will Wiles' Way Inn: is there a way out?Subscription
Wiles’ decision to construct his narrative upon a direct reflection of the contemporary world makes for a very powerful and architecturally-compelling commentary on the alienating habitat we live in
Celebrating its 10-year anniversary, the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa presents two bold curatorial challenges
The short-lived burst of creative genius that surfaced from the Weimar Republic’s turmoil is delightfully presented in Haunted Screens, an exhibition curated by Maltzan and Murphy in Los Angeles
By explaining the privatisation of our mail, railways, water, electricity, health and homes, Meek demonstrates that Britain now belongs to someone else
Curating Identity: Edwin Smith's PhotographySubscription
Current RIBA exhibition Ordinary Beauty leads Savtchenko to wonder where Smith’s interpretation of Britishness really comes from: the objects photographed or the nature of the photographs?
Photography in the eyes of the beholderSubscription
Richard Wentworth reveals his take on photography in response to the Barbican exhibition Constructing Worlds
Although featuring many incredible artists, the Barbican’s Constructing Worlds fails to be thought-provoking because of its lack of curational direction, says Jack Self
Hedge Two-Way Mirror Walkabout, Dan Graham and Günther Vogt’s roof garden commission at the Met, triggers Lili Carr to question the contradictions behind land ownership in cities
Wiping out the capitalist paradigm to question the potential evolution of our cities and the architect’s future role in a world without money inevitably leads to an inconclusive publication