On its penultimate edition at the Marcel Breuer building, Deirdre O'Dwyer assesses the Whitney Biennial 2012 and its engagement with the museum as a social space mediated by politics of access, inclusion and exclusion.
On the occasion of de Appel's opening exhibition in its new premises, Nick Aikens reflects on the potential and limitations of sanctioned subversion.
Silvia Franceschini talks to Arseniy Zhilyaev about his artistic and curatorial projects and their relation to the current socio-political situation in Russia.
Nickolas Calabrese reflects upon Hakim Bey’s Temporary Autonomous Zone and its bearing on collectives from Bernadette Corporation to Occupy.
Clodagh Kinsella reviews the recent Bibliothèque nationale de France exhibition of their newly acquired Guy Debord archive.
Tom Snow reflects on the aesthetics of protest that have emerged in Istanbul since May, and questions why the stakes in the formation of a ‘public domain’ were not made more explicit in the 2013 Istanbul Biennial.