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From the High Line Plinth to the Whitney Biennial and the Guggenheim, the artist’s sculptures celebrate the architecture of the Black female body

By Rianna Jade Parker

Ian F. Martin traces the life and career of the pioneering Japanese musician, on the 50th anniversary of his first record

By Ian F. Martin

The poet Kevin Killian remembers the artist’s ‘knowing, malicious but ultimately magical gaze’

By Kevin Killian

The artist’s new show at Triangle, Marseille, explores mobility and its limitations

By Eliel Jones

The late pop maverick was influenced by sources as diverse as Jacques Brel, Swedish cinema and Sibelius

By Dan Fox

A tribute to the late curator and his belief in the primacy of documentation

By Osei Bonsu

In the artist’s exhibition at Centre Pompidou, materials are laced with humour and sexual innuendo

By Wilson Tarbox

Sound and light as means of order and control melt into signifiers of rebellion and counter-culture in Rodeh’s immersive installations

By Hili Perlson

A musician with a rare ability to write both great pop songs and deeply experimental and melancholy music

By Juliet Jacques

From Myspace aesthetics to Backpack Kid, entering London’s narrative projects feels like stumbling into an online echo chamber

By Mimi Chu

Looking back at the intimate musical language of Luc Ferrari (1929-2005), who employed cinematic methods in the service of quotidian storytelling

By Nathan Geyer

Hiller’s discomfort towards dominant narratives made her look at all sorts of suppressed subjects, from outlaw cowgirls to protest songs

By Barbara Casavecchia