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Chloe Stead talks to the curator about her recent appointment as director of Mudam Luxembourg, after nearly a decade heading the Kunstverein in Hamburg

BY Bettina Steinbrügge AND Chloe Stead | 23 MAR 22

Isabel Parkes speaks to two artists behind the boycott about the institution’s opaque flows of capital and misguided attempts at ‘cultural diplomacy’

Kellen Johnson speaks to Ian Bourland about how his work on the museum’s security staff has informed his decisions for curating a show at the BMA

BY Kellen Johnson AND Ian Bourland | 18 MAR 22

The artist and poet speak to frieze about staging the domestic intimacies of the pandemic and post-pandemic worlds

Artists Matt Peterson and Malek Rasamny on their multimedia project, which investigates the parallels between North American Indigenous reservations and Palestinian refugee camps

In celebration of Tiwani Contemporary’s new Lagos outpost, director Maria Varnava reflects on the inaugural show and Joy Labinjo’s Nigerian homecoming

BY Vanessa Peterson AND Maria Varnava | 07 MAR 22

Carina Bukuts and Chloe Stead speak to the artist about the war's threat to Ukraine's cultural sector

BY Carina Bukuts, Nikita Kadan AND Chloe Stead | 04 MAR 22

Set under the context of a new Taliban regime, Mariam Ghani speaks to the artist about how the once sustained arts in Afghanistan will ensue  

BY Mariam Ghani AND Rahraw Omarzad | 04 MAR 22

Ian Bourland speaks to the writer about the persistence of university narratives and what it means to write novels in 2022

BY Ian Bourland AND Julia May Jonas | 02 MAR 22

As their first solo institutional show opens at the Walker Art Center, Carolyn Lazard speaks with Edna Bonhomme about avant-garde film, Blackness and disability

BY Carolyn Lazard AND Edna Bonhomme | 28 FEB 22

The Chilean, LA-based artist talks about giving machines a second life in his dystopian images of a post-worker society

28 FEB 22

The sculptor's oversized and uncanny water faucets take on new meaning in the era of climate change and pandemic anxiety

20 FEB 22

The iconic artist on infusing her work with the mystical and recreating her mural LA Energy from 1983

20 FEB 22

The renowned photographer at Frieze Los Angeles 2022 on the politics of representation, coinciding with her inclusion in Black American Portraits at LACMA

19 FEB 22

As his collaboration with BMW on the special edition of the BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe is unveiled during Frieze Los Angeles, the renowned artist talks about power, art and driving

In Collaboration with BMW

The artist and founding member of Studio Watts takes us on a tour of South Central LA, ahead of his presentation for Frieze Los Angeles 2022

15 FEB 22

The artists talk about community empowerment ahead of Aguiñiga's BIPOC Exchange project at Frieze Los Angeles 2022

15 FEB 22

The duo discuss collecting as a cultural introduction, and the joy of supporting artists at the outset of their careers

From Rodrigo Valenzuela to Eric-Paul Riege, the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art’s curator will centre Black, Brown, Indigenous and queer narratives for this year’s Focus LA

BY Amanda Hunt AND Olivian Cha | 14 FEB 22

Ahead of their presentation at Frieze Los Angeles 2022, we visit the home studio of artists and partners Chase Biado and Antonia Pinter (A History of Frogs)

03 FEB 22