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News

Four Artists Remove Work from Whitney Biennial, Protesting Board Member’s Ties to ‘Teargas and Other Weapons of Repression’


Rank & File

From the Poor Image to Poetic Cinema: A Ranking of 20 Hito Steyerl Videos


Perspectives ,

The Artist Wasn’t Present: On MoMA’s Fumbled First Showing of Black American Art


Op-Ed

Culture Workers, Just Say No to All Unpaid Internships


Retrospective

From the Archives: A Look at Chicago’s Budding Art Scene, in 1955, by Museum Pioneer Peter Selz


News

As ‘Maximum Rocknroll’ Ends Print Run, Artists and Writers Reflect on the Punk Zine’s Legacy


2019 Venice Biennale Quiz

Art vs. Non-Art in Venice: Let’s Play a Game


Artists News

Crocodile Rock: Painter Leidy Churchman Cedes the Floor to No One in First Museum Survey


Features ,

The Ringmaster: Is Charles Venable Democratizing a Great Art Museum in Indianapolis—or Destroying It?


Market News

Pace Gallery Closes Beijing Branch—Arne Glimcher: ‘It’s Impossible to Do Business in Mainland China Right Now’


Books Reviews

Trust the Process: A Rich, Nuanced History of Artists Taking the Law into Their Own Hands


News

Douglas Crimp, Trailblazing Art Historian Who Merged Politics and Philosophy, Dies at 74


News

Leon Kossoff, Key Painter of Postwar London, Dies at 92


ARTnews Presents Q&A

‘To Know That There Were Lesbians Before Us Was So Immense’: Artists Joan E. Biren (JEB), Lola Flash, and Tiona Nekkia McClodden on Lesbian Visibility