Contributors / Luke Crisell

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Living the art

New York-based Serbian performance artist Marina Abramovic´ is not about ‘easy’ art. Preparations for her recent show involved her and 39 people living in a barn with no food and no talking for three days. Here she explains…

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Urban legends

‘Next American City’ magazine has succeeded in making urban planning a national debate since it was launched in 2003, but its founders’ lofty ambitions mean they will not be satisfied until the ultimate goal has been ach…

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In her element

Artist Teresita Fernández, who was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship in 2005, makes pieces that reflect the landscape as she sees it. Monocle visits her as she prepares to install her new show in New York.

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Tokyo story

As part of our series on the foreign media coverage of the US presidential election, Aya Igarashi of ‘The Yomiuri Shimbun’ explains why Japan is worried about having a Democrat in the White House.

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Bridging the gulf

Qatar’s Al-Jazeera Arabic news network has enjoyed as rocky a relationship with the US as the region from which it hails. Abderrahim Foukara, the station’s New York and Washington bureau chief and managing editor, is the…

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Pawn in the USA?

This month we begin a new series looking at the US presidential election through the eyes of foreign correspondents. First is Venezuelan Roselena Ramírez, who heads the Washington DC bureau of TeleSUR, a Venezuelan-contr…

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Clean and serene

Liechtenstein’s population is under 35,000 people, yet it is the registered home of 70,000 companies and 15 boutique banks. There is just one anachronism in this modern thriving state: a ruling prince who has little time…

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