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Camilla Grudova revisits the mythical and real women of painting who influenced her fiction – and adulthood

BY Camilla Grudova | 28 SEP 22

The artist speaks with Terence Trouillot about how her art and writing have finally met

The Oscar-nominated filmmaker discusses how she imbues topics relating to race, class and social justice with poetic urgency

BY Allie Biswas | 28 SEP 22

Brian Dillon on the 40th anniversary of the singer’s lesser-known record, The Dreaming

BY Brian Dillon | 28 SEP 22

The writer interrogates the meaning of care, as well as communicating beyond the mother echo-chamber, through the works of Caroline Walker

BY Hettie Judah | 27 SEP 22

The writer reflects on their experience with psilocybin therapy and coping with familial loss

BY c.f. prior | 23 SEP 22

Alastair Curtis reviews two memoirs by the French writer and looks at the lessons he learned from past relationships

BY Alastair Curtis | 16 SEP 22

Jeremy Atherton Lin profiles the German photographer and reflects on the artist’s lifelong search for the truth

BY Jeremy Atherton Lin | 12 SEP 22

Alejandro Zambra on how reading Vicuña helped him lose his fear of writing

BY Alejandro Zambra | 08 SEP 22

Alvin Li speaks with Mire Lee about emotion and affect in her sculptural works, and the influence of space, architecture and the macabre on her practice

BY Mire Lee AND Alvin Li | 06 SEP 22

Andrés Anwandter on the artist's intuitive approach to working the room

BY Andrés Anwandter | 31 AUG 22

Cathy Park Hong, Brenda Lozano and Mónica de la Torre on three iconic works

Liz Kim on how the social and artistic movement of the 1980s inspired a new generation of Korean artists

BY Liz Kim | 31 AUG 22

The acclaimed artist speaks about his the Korean cellist, composer and improviser and the shared legacy of Fluxus performance

BY Christian Marclay AND Matthew McLean | 24 AUG 22

Roisin Tapponi looks at how contemporary Arabic filmmakers use thirst to inspire their practices

BY Róisín Tapponi | 24 AUG 22

The artist looks to Bob Flanagan for new forms of radical love

BY Trisha Low | 10 AUG 22

As the Internet keeps evolving, Orit Gat reflects on what's left behind

BY Orit Gat | 25 JUL 22

Victoria Adukwei Bulley speaks with the artist about psychoanalysis, storytelling and how new languages can unpack historical trauma

Ela Bittencourt investigates the ways in which film directors in the 1960s and '70s used surrealism as a way of interrogating unstable political moments and reimagining the future 

BY Ela Bittencourt | 05 JUL 22