Ana Mendieta Still from  Sweating Blood  (1975) Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co.; Photo: The Estate of Ana Mendieta Collection

Ana Mendieta
Still from Sweating Blood (1975)

Courtesy Galerie Lelong & Co.; Photo: The Estate of Ana Mendieta Collection

An interview with Stephanie Rosenthal by Chloe Stead

Photo: Natasha Stagg

A Summer Chronicle, part 3. Natasha Stagg writes about a polarizing friend, Kylie Jenner and her favorite party.

 Rose Salane The Failure to Address  (detail, found postcard, 2018) Courtesy the artist and Carlos/Ishikawa Company hosting Carlos/Ishikawa, London

Rose Salane
The Failure to Address (detail, found postcard, 2018)

Courtesy the artist and Carlos/Ishikawa

Company hosting Carlos/Ishikawa, London

This month Dean Kissick visits 19 galleries on a summer’s day

 Etching by B. Picart, 1713, after C. Le Brun

Etching by B. Picart, 1713, after C. Le Brun

A Summer Chronicle, part 2. Natasha Stagg writes about the consuming nature of jealousy and her greatest rival

Talk and screening with Amartey Golding and Juliana Huxtable, moderated by Mohammad Salemy at Spike Berlin / 5 July, 2018

 Left:  Charles Atlas Hail the New Puritan (1985/86) Right: Wolfgang Tillmans Heartbeat / Armpit  (2003) Photo: Simon Vogel

Left: 
Charles Atlas
Hail the New Puritan (1985/86)

Right:
Wolfgang Tillmans
Heartbeat / Armpit (2003)

Photo: Simon Vogel

Q/A with curator Ed Atkins

 Las Nietas de Nonó Ilustraciones de la Mecánica  (2016–18, documentation of the performance on 8 June 2018)  Courtesy Las Nietas de Nonó; Photo: Timo Ohler

Las Nietas de Nonó, Ilustraciones de la Mecánica; (2016–18, performance 8 June 2018), Courtesy Las Nietas de Nonó; Photo: Timo Ohler

Federica Bueti on how this year's Berlin Biennale sidesteps the normative force of refusal to open up different sets of questions and engagements with art.

Ein Interview mit den Rapperinnen $chwanger und G-Udit über Frauenbünde, ihe neues Album und den Auftritt beim Geburtstag von Erwin Wurm. Von Gianna Virginia Prein

A Summer Chronicle, part 1. Natasha Stagg goes to Paris and writes about impressing men, hating her friends and the concept of what it is to deserve.

 Mika Rottenberg Cheese (#2)  (2008) Mehrkanal-Videoinstallation, Maße variabel Foto: Markus Tretter

Mika Rottenberg, Cheese (#2) (2008); Mehrkanal-Videoinstallation, Maße variabel; Foto: Markus Tretter

Von Daniela Stöppel