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More from today’s Briefing: protesting Raghubir Singh; documenta artists defend exhibition (again); Enrico Castellani (1930–2017)

From Hannah Black to Not Surprised, the changes demanded by today’s letter writers are still a long way from being assured

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

In other headlines: Trevor Bell (1930-2017); further allegations of sexual harassment in the art world; The Walker’s Olga Viso steps down

Linda Nochlin (1931-2017); 5,000 sign open letter against sexual harassment in the art world

Tate announces record visitor numbers, documenta artists defend its curators, Zeitz MOCAA to open

The state of fashion journalism, the fate of ‘world-scale’ art exhibitions and the creation of a British Islam: what to read this weekend

Calls to release Russian theatre director Kirill Serebrennikov; documenta 14 cancels Berardi piece; Village Voice ends print edition

Far-right politician attacks documenta work; US President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities resigns; Queens Museum backtracks over Israel

Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

Losing your place in the world 

Crowdfunding campaigns launched in memory of artist Khadija Saye; the 2017 Serpentine Pavilion opens; plans for a new Documenta Institute 

The third of our editors’ impressions from Kassel, Amy Sherlock on the works housed in the exhibition’s ‘off-sites’