Olof Olsson’s info comedy remains well-written, toe-curling, and entertaining, but leaves little room for doubt and vulnerability.

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As Europe arms itself for war, Paris is preparing for the 2024 Olympics. Cyprien Gaillard captures the stupid and the sublime in our increasingly bewildering world.

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An international cast of anonymous protagonists populates Francis Alÿs’s Children’s Games. But from what vantage point can the artist and today’s viewers connect across time, space, and cultures?

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