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With his current solo show on at GoMA in Glasgow, the artist shares a selection of influential images

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Terre Thaemlitz, Interstices, 2001-2003, site-specific text installation view, 2017, Auto Italia, London, window vinyl, vinyl wallpaper, poster handouts, Tokyo Blue strip light. Courtesy: Auto Italia, London; photograph: Manuela Barczewski

Auto Italia, London, UK

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Inverting the gaze: real life biography, game play fantasy and Frantz Fanon combine in the British artist’s films

Clarissa Tossin, Maya Blue, 2017, performance documentation. Courtesy: the artist

Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, USA

Old Food, 2017, production still. Courtesy: the artist, Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin, Cabinet Gallery, London, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York and Rome, and dépendance, Brussels

Helen Marten responds to Ed Atkins’s new work, Old Food, currently showing at Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin

Installation view, 'Oskar and Zofia Hansen', 2017, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Poland. Courtesy: Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw; photograph: Bartosz Stawiarski

Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Poland

Elsewhere: activists protest AfD with Holocaust Memorial replica; censorship at Kuala Lumpur Biennale; Venice Biennale's record attendance

Twenty years after the First Cyberfeminist International at Documenta X, what does Cyberfeminism look like in 2017?

Thinking about propaganda, palimpsests, and a presentation of Tino Sehgal works in Moscow

As London's Architectural Association celebrates 100 years of female students, rediscovering the city designed by women

A slew of shows focusing on Indian modernism in the French capital mark the 70th anniversary of India’s independence

Annie Pootoogook, Annie and Andre, 2009, coloured pencil and graphite on paper, 50.1 x 66.2 cm. Courtesy:  McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg

McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Canada

Lin May Saeed, Lobster, 2017. Metal, 11 x 24 x 14.5 cm. Courtesy: the artist, Nicolas Krupp, Basel, Jacky Strenz, Frankfurt am Main and Lulu, Mexico City

Lulu, Mexico City, Mexico

For the 6th Amsterdam Art Weekend, our picks of the best shows and events across the Dutch capital

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Nicholas Mangan, Ancient Lights (detail), 2015, two-screen installation, solar panels, batteries, projectors powered by solar energy, dimensions variable. Courtesy: the artist, Sutton Gallery, Melbourne, Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland and Labor, Mexico
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France's President Emmanuel Macron meets Burkina Faso's President Roch Marc Christian Kabore at the Presidential Palace in Burkina Faso on November 28, 2017. Courtesy: LUDOVIC MARIN/AFP/Getty Images
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Tiffany and Co., Sterling Silver Paper Cup, 2017, from the ‘Everyday Objects’ collection. Courtesy: Tiffany and Co., New York
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Johan Grimonprez, Shadow World, 2016, film still. Courtesy: the artist, Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, Galerie Kamel Mennour, Paris, Flatland Gallery, Amsterdam, Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Simi Valley, Louverture Films, Dillywood and Shadow World inc., New York
Johan Grimonprez’s recent films explore the mechanisms of the arms trade
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Lulu, Mexico City, Mexico
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Wong Kar-wai, Happy Together, 1997, film still. Courtesy: the artist and Alamy 
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