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Say farewell to 2016 with Silas Martí's essay Body and the City on three Brazilian artists who respond to crisis and transformation in their country through works focused within and around their own bodies, read Anthea Hamilton views about sampling, collaborating, choreographing and deadpanning her way through three quintessentially British shows. Plus, Aimee Lin peels through the layers of Birdhead, the Shanghai-based collective's giant photo matrices, which borrow from traditional calligraphy, ink painting, Japanese photography avant-garde and new technologies, whilst Czech artist Jirí Cernický presents Gagarin’s Thing, a project inspired by a mysterious object allegedly found in the astronaut’s vessel Vostok 1 after his return from outer-space. J.J. Charlesworth considers the British artworld’s muted response to Brexit; Jonathan T.D. Neil on the language of LA's freeways, Eve Babitz, Joan Didion and the changing language of LA’s freeways; Maria Lind sees new ways of working and living together in Céline Condorelli’s exhibition at Kunsthalle Lissabon; Whilst Heather Phillipson’s dog is in heat, the artist reflects on the power of pheromones and inevitability of death; and Jonathan Grossmalerman on how an artist generates forward momentum.

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