Interviews

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As Memoria opens across the UK, the acclaimed Thai director talks to Rory O’Connor about casting Tilda Swinton and the power of the big screen

BY Rory O'Connor | 19 JAN 22

Ahead of his first UK institutional exhibition at Camden Art Centre in London, the artist speaks with curator Cédric Fauq about how returning to Martinique after a decade made him rethink anti-colonial approaches

BY Cédric Fauq AND Julien Creuzet | 14 JAN 22

The artist speaks to Saim Demircan about the storied exhibition space, the Orchard gallery, and his innovative films documenting its three-year run

BY Saim Demircan AND Jeff Preiss | 13 JAN 22

After a swarm of bad press, Huw Lemmey speaks to the much-maligned attraction on the occasion of its closure

BY Huw Lemmey | 12 JAN 22

A new Warhol exhibition at Aspen Art Museum aims to reveal the Pop Art icon ‘as a concept and as a person’

In Collaboration with Aspen Art Museum

During his first years as MACRO's artistic director, Lo Pinto has initiated a series of projects that break free from the limits of institutions

BY Carina Bukuts AND Luca Lo Pinto | 05 JAN 22

Members and affiliates of Asco reflect on the influence of the Los Angeles avant-garde group and the events that inspired its creation

The collectors — and long-term supporters of the Aspen Art Museum — talk to Rebecca Ann Siegel about their passion

In Collaboration with Aspen Art Museum

On the occasion of her solo show at David Lewis Gallery, the artist speaks to Lucy Ives about the surreal relationship between digital memory and oil painting

BY Lucy Ives | 15 DEC 21

Ahead of his latest solo show at Chisenhale Gallery, the artist speaks to Nicholas Nauman about working with animal byproducts and getting comfortable with failure

BY Nicholas Nauman | 07 DEC 21

The performance artist talks to Terence Trouillot about her new exhibition at The Bass Museum, Miami and letting her work exist within its own set of rules

BY Terence Trouillot AND Naama Tsabar | 02 DEC 21

Drew Zeiba speaks to the novelist about his latest book I Wished, the importance of collaboration and why he hates adulthood 

BY Drew Zeiba AND Dennis Cooper | 02 DEC 21

Victoria Adukwei Bulley speaks to the artist ahead of her first UK solo show at Tiwani Contemporary about its historical importance and the intimacy of drawing

BY Victoria Adukwei Bulley | 17 NOV 21

The artist answers the frieze Questionnaire

BY Ei Arakawa | 12 NOV 21

Harmony Holiday talks with legendary Funkadelic musician about making art, NFTs and getting high on paint fumes

BY Harmony Holiday | 10 NOV 21

As 'Life Between Islands' opens at Tate Britain, two painters reflect on the importance of place to their work

The Athens, Nicosia and Lagos-based collectors discuss their collection, recently exhibited in ‘Ubuntu’ at EMST, Athens

The artist speaks on his latest series of small, abstract tableaux, reflecting on the history of landscape painting and why uncertainty can create a sense purpose

BY Travis Diehl AND Kenjiro Okazaki | 03 NOV 21

In his current exhibition at the Kunstverein Nürnberg, the artist continues his career-long negotiation of the gulf between what we say and how we are heard

BY Lawrence Abu Hamdan AND Chloe Stead | 28 OCT 21