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Allie Biswas visits artist Lubna Chowdhary to discuss sculpture, ceramics and fear of empty space ahead of a solo exhibition at PEER, London, opening in September 2021

BY Allie Biswas | 24 AUG 21

The painter’s largest retrospective to date, at Tate Britain, cements her place as one of Britain’s most inventive and compelling living artists  

BY Katherine Angel | 24 AUG 21

The newly-appointed director of Berlin's Haus der Kulturen der Welt speaks about power dynamics and creating a space that cares for everyone and their histories

With a solo exhibition at MO.CO. Montpellier Contemporain, the artist speaks to Chloe Stead about the female gaze and why as an 'old lady' you can do just about anything

BY Chloe Stead AND Marilyn Minter | 21 JUL 21

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

Touching on themes of gender politics, music, literature, figuration and appropriationist irony, Jonathan Griffin traces the life and work of the 2021 Aspen Award for Art Honoree

BY Jonathan Griffin | 05 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

A retrospective at Kunstmuseum Basel, Tate Modern and MoMA pays tribute to the pioneering Swiss dadaist

BY Olivia Sudjic | 28 MAY 21

Amidst a global pandemic during his first year as Haus der Kunst's artistic director, Lissoni speaks about how the museum communicates with the world at large and what it means to be in dialogue with the past and present 

BY Vanessa Peterson | 26 MAY 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

The artist’s exuberant sculptures and paintings, drawn from religious icons and club culture, are emblems of a changing New York 

BY Evan Moffitt AND Raúl de Nieves | 28 APR 21

As it's director celebrates two decades at the helm, can she continue to reinvent the 120-year-old institution?

BY Hettie Judah | 21 APR 21

With a new work on view at the Queens Museum, the artist continues to probe the paradox of Asian-American visibility and ‘model minority’ myth

BY Alex Jen | 09 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

The President of Spelman College reflects on the role that historically black colleges and universities in the US have played in supporting the work of emerging artists and scholars 

BY Evan Moffitt AND Mary Schmidt Campbell | 30 MAR 21

At the artist’s first institutional show in China, real life slips into the shadows of a digital world seeking to supplant it

BY Carina Bukuts | 29 MAR 21

Despite the pitfalls of the pandemic, the independent curator continues to organize exciting exhibitions and find new and creative ways to engage with artists

BY Terence Trouillot | 25 MAR 21

From Camille Henrot in Hanover to William Kentridge in Luxembourg, these are the institutional exhibitions that we’re looking forward to

BY frieze | 24 MAR 21

At the heart of the artist's work is a critique of the violence of representation

BY Eric Otieno Sumba | 23 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