Interviews

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The curator and artist discuss Aldridge’s first exhibition as the newly appointed Visual Arts Curator at the California African American Museum in Los Angeles

Edna Bonhomme interviews curator and editor Bárbara Rodríguez Muñoz about the ways in which art can help us understand health, illness and mortality 

Terence Trouillot speaks to the head curator of this year's biennial about organizing an exhibition predicated on reaching the masses

Ahead of the premiere of Bergman Island (2021) at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, director Mia Hansen-Løve talks to Rory O’Connor about the task of capturing youth and the future of cinema

BY Rory O'Connor | 07 JUL 21

The ArtCrush Co-Chair, talks to Charlotte Burns about Aspen Art Museum's post-pandemic fundraising and its plans to bring different communities together

BY Jamie Tisch AND Charlotte Burns | 05 JUL 21

In celebration of her 15-year tenure as ArtCrush Event Chair, Amy Phelan speaks to Marilyn Minter about her collection, her philosophy and the pleasure of keeping a ‘little secret’

BY Amy Phelan AND Marilyn Minter | 25 JUN 21

The Greek curator talks to Chloe Stead about taking over the reins at Athens’s embattled flagship institution for contemporary art

BY Chloe Stead AND Katerina Gregos | 15 JUN 21

The curator speaks to Terence Trouillot about the inspiration behind his first group show, ‘Alien Nation’, at von ammon co.

BY Terence Trouillot AND Kenta Murakami | 15 JUN 21

Carlos Anguera Jover, Alisa Petrosova and Leyla Yenirce chat with Sean Burns about home studios, slowing down and the end of institutional power

In the first of a series of events partnered with MUBI, the artist discusses love, empathy and sexuality in Glazer’s 2013 masterpiece

BY Sean Burns | 04 JUN 21

The collector and the digital strategist discuss the role of technology, art in childhood and Shen’s social media project, #CarlasCamo

BY Carla Shen AND JiaJia Fei | 01 JUN 21

As a major retrospective opens at Serpentine Galleries, the photographer speaks to Afua Hirsch about capturing the energy of Ghanaian independence in Accra and the swinging sixties in London

BY Afua Hirsch AND James Barnor | 19 MAY 21

With the opening of Ghost Forest at Madison Square Park, the artist and architect discusses memory and ecology with frieze Senior Editor Evan Moffitt

BY Maya Lin | 28 APR 21

Finding inspiration from the 18th-century Venetian school to Black street style of the 2000s, Wiley creates a perfect metaphor for freedom and possibility, youth and self-invention

BY Matthew McLean AND Kehinde Wiley | 27 APR 21

The artist talks about his practice of using glass and gemstones in his work, his inspiration behind his colours, and the cosmic and spiritual presence embedded in his paintings

BY Alteronce Gumby AND Terence Trouillot | 23 APR 21

From fetishistic sculpture gardens in Italy to a giant breast in New York, the artist speaks with Carina Bukuts on what role gender and sex play in public art

BY Carina Bukuts AND Lena Henke | 15 APR 21

The artist on her proposed New Monument for Franska Tomten and how minimalist aesthetics speak to the complex history of Sweden’s colonial past

BY Travis Diehl AND Aria Dean | 06 APR 21

On the occasion of her retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum, the artist speaks to Malik Gaines about her process, politics and vision for a more equitable world

BY Malik Gaines AND Lorraine O’Grady | 02 APR 21

From leading public initiatives at Kickstarter to her role in the Black Trustee Alliance for art museums, Victoria Rogers is using the universal language of art to open up the dialogue

BY Terence Trouillot AND Victoria Rogers | 30 MAR 21

The family-run art space speaks to Vanessa Peterson about reclaiming the city they’re losing, community activism, and inspiring others to unite and resist