Yael Bartana

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The best art of the 21st century
Steve McQueen in bed, Ai Weiwei in trouble, Pussy Riot in church and Ragnar Kjartansson in the bath – they’re all included in our countdown of the best art since 2000

Adrian Searle, Jonathan Jones, Sean O’Hagan and Hettie Judah

17, Sep, 2019 @5:00 AM

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What If Women Ruled the World? review – Kubrick meets covfefe as catastrophe strikes
Yael Bartana’s ill-judged performance piece at Manchester international festival mixed real, trailblazing women’s debate with actors’ scripted scenes

Hettie Judah

10, Jul, 2017 @5:05 PM

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What do you think would change if women ruled the world?
In light of a theatrical live event where women are in charge, we want to know what you think a society like that might be like. Share your views

Guardian readers

05, Jul, 2017 @6:00 AM

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What if women ruled the world?
An end to abuse, a law against mansplaining, and reparations for two millennia of injustice … as a new sci-fi art show imagines a female-led future, we ask comedians, writers, politicians and CEOs for their vision

Interviews by Susanna Rustin, Harriet Gibsone and Hanna Yusuf

05, Jul, 2017 @6:00 AM

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Vicky Featherstone: ‘Theatre is in the middle of a big change’
The Royal Court artistic director on risk-taking, role models and her latest project – putting women in the Dr Strangelove war room…

Miranda Sawyer

02, Jul, 2017 @8:00 AM

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How would world be if women outnumbered men 10 to one?
Debate at Manchester international festival will look at how a female-dominated society would tackle world problems

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

16, Nov, 2016 @7:00 AM

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You imagine what you desire 19th Biennale of Sydney - in pictures

The 19th Biennale of Sydney's Juliana Engberg said her curatorial quest was to choose works "that excite the imagination of the audience and answer their desire to discover new artists, different ideas and emotionally charged and intellectually stimulating art." With more than 90 artists from 31 countries on board, she's answered her own brief. You Imagine What You Desire will show at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Carriageworks, Cockatoo Island, ArtSpace and the Art Gallery of NSW from 21 March to 9 June. Click through for a selection of included works.

This content has been paid for by Destination NSW and produced to a brief agreed with Biennale of Sydney, whose brand it displays. Find out morehere

Biennale of Sydney

03, Mar, 2014 @12:32 AM

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Yael Bartana: And Europe Will Be Stunned; Elizabeth Price: Here – review

Yael Bartana tackles the complexity of Polish-Jewish history in a hauntingly poetic film trilogy, while in Gateshead Elizabeth Price continues her investigation of modernism, writes Laura Cumming

Laura Cumming

12, May, 2012 @11:03 PM

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The Venice Biennale's balance of power

It's got Olympic gymnasts and an Elvis impersonator, plus a lot of kitsch and queues – but has the Venice Biennale finally got political? Adrian Searle delivers his verdict on this year's festival

Adrian Searle

06, Jun, 2011 @8:30 PM

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New world disorder at Artes Mundi

Artes Mundi's rhetoric doesn't convince – but its flashes of beauty do, says Adrian Searle

Adrian Searle

22, Mar, 2010 @10:30 PM

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Artes Mundi prize contenders' art goes on show

Eight artists have been shortlisted for UK's richest visual arts prize

Mark Brown, arts correspondent

09, Mar, 2010 @6:40 PM

To the power of three

Art: Sean O'Hagan on Wherever I Am at the Modern Art, Oxford

Sean O'Hagan

24, Jul, 2004 @11:38 PM

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