The Browser: On Wolfgang Tillmans, Guadalupe Rosales, Hong-An Truong, and Pati Hill

Four exhibitions that play into—and subvert—the flow of imagery in today’s digital world. Read More

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With a Display of New Work from Its Collection, MoMA Takes a Political Turn

What can “Unfinished Conversations: New Work from the Collection,” the Museum of Modern Art’s show of recent acquisitions by 15 contemporary artists, tell us? For one thing, MoMA wants to position itself, at least in part, as a political institution. The issues … Read More

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From the Archives: Wolfgang Tillmans’s Deceptively Casual Photography

He’s taken some of i-D magazine’s most famous photographs, he’s won the Turner Prize, he’s pioneered what some call “abstract photography,” and he’s even designed posters opposing Brexit and directed a Frank Ocean visual album. Now Wolfgang Tillmans has an exhibition at … Read More

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