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The artist speaks to Hans Ulrich Obrist about poetry, plants and planning for a precarious future

A thirty-year-old memory, a one-night stand and an art exhibition featuring this newly translated piece by the prize-winning author

BY ​Annie Ernaux | 28 JUL 21

Ahead of a three-month project in the Rockaways, the London-based artist is thinking about home, time and community

BY Andrew Durbin AND Alvaro Barrington | 01 JUL 21

Isabel Waidner imagines a different version of the decade that gave us the yBas (and frieze magazine)

BY Isabel Waidner | 21 JUN 21

In a specially-commissioned photography project, Laura Grace Ford and Majed Aslam journey through the ghostly citadel of London’s pandemic-stricken business district

BY Laura Grace Ford AND Majed Aslam | 27 MAY 21

A series of portraits made during lockdown channels its sitters from afar

BY Daisy Hildyard AND Mary Ramsden | 22 APR 21

Natasha Stagg on the work of Chris Dorland

BY Natasha Stagg | 20 APR 21

Writers Gregg Bordowitz, Pamela Sneed, Sur Rodney (Sur) and Lynne Tillman discuss how the AIDS crisis changed art writing, and what lessons writers might carry over to the Covid-19 pandemic

The strengths of regional approaches in a country deeply divided by the dual crises of Covid-19 and Brexit

Ahead of his 13th feature film, Saint Narcisse, the cult film director speaks with Michael Bullock about the importance of self-love and self-exposure 

BY Michael Bullock AND Bruce LaBruce | 05 MAR 21

The painter, writer, educator and self-described ‘art appreciator’ invites us to follow and think alongside her

BY Tausif Noor AND Amy Sillman | 02 MAR 21

Deborah Levy can’t stop thinking about a work seen at Kettle’s Yard more than 30 years ago

BY Deborah Levy | 25 FEB 21

A.S. Hamrah on the portrayal of ‘red America’ in Hillbilly Elegy, Rebuilding Paradise and Nomadland

BY A.S. Hamrah | 23 FEB 21

Liz Craft, Emma Gray, Pentti Monkonnen and Thomas Solomon discuss the exhibition programmes they launched in their homes

Artists and writers reflect on domestic exhibition spaces in Los Angeles, from 1940 to the present

Art and the climate share a crucial trait – rapid change. Carson Chan explores how a theory of ‘liquid modernity’ has made new waves in art and asks: What if art institutions acted like water?

BY Carson Chan | 28 JAN 21

Her work – currently on view in solo exhibitions at Gropius Bau, Henie Onstad Kunstsenter and Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art – pulls tragedy from landscape

BY Skye Arundhati Thomas | 30 OCT 20

John Kelsey on how the French iconoclast rewrites film history, one image at a time

BY John Kelsey | 30 OCT 20

As an exhibition of his work heads to the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, the photographer speaks to poet Simone White about the changing landscape of Harlem and US institutions

BY Simone White AND Dawoud Bey | 29 OCT 20

Tourmaline’s films speak a simple truth: Black, queer and trans people were always here and always will be

BY Muna Mire | 16 OCT 20