The first, long-overdue European survey of work by the East Coast painter opens at Modern Art, London 

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Staff members have written in support of Ahdaf Soueif, the trustee who resigned over oil money, restitution silence and employment precarity

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The artist’s witty, immersive retrospective at the Art Gallery of Ontario broaches basketball, Indigenous culture and gay desire 

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In further news: Ai Weiwei wins court case against VW; proposal for Boston slave auction block memorial withdrawn

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An exhibition at Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum will present hundreds of Japanese posters from the 1930s to the present day

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Tate has acquired 5,000 works by the late surrealist artist and writer

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In the DESTE Foundation’s summer shows, new art from Greece (and Kiki Smith)

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Fifty years ago, when a lump of extra-terrestrial iron fireballed towards Belfast, a stampede of street kids stopped in their tracks

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Lessons from The Church of Euthanasia

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The directors have pledged to ‘respond with actions’ across the Tate galleries ‘to effect and inspire change’

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A group exhibition at ACCA, Melbourne, ‘pulls back the skin on suffering and selfhood’

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Mural art that challenged authoritarianism was popular throughout the 20th century, and its power persists, from Tijuana to Hong Kong 

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‘Everyone you let in through the back door will disadvantage someone without those connections’, a new report argues

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An exhibition at New York’s Historical Society presents 70 arresting images from pioneering women

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P.A.I.N. activists, Louvre, Paris, 2019. Courtesy: Getty Images; photograph: Stephane de Sakutin, AFP

According to Nan Goldin’s advocacy organization P.A.I.N., the Paris museum has taped over plaques bearing the family name

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A Dutch national treasure is being restored in full view of the public at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum

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In further news: Solange’s ‘When I Get Home’ film gets museum tour; Cézanne landscapes reunited 140 years later

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