Profiles

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Skye Arundhati Thomas profiles the young artist and takes a trip through her many immersive game-worlds that celebrate Black trans life

BY Skye Arundhati Thomas | 22 NOV 22

Following a recent collaboration with Printed Matter and Darling Green, the director of Hauser & Wirth Publishers speaks with Vanessa Peterson about the importance of artists' publishing 

Emily McDermott profiles the artist and reflects on an arts practice that transcends boundaries of language and cultural identity

BY Emily McDermott | 28 OCT 22

Guts Gallery founder Ellie Pennick employs an equitable business model to empower the next generation of artists

BY Philomena Epps | 17 OCT 22

Sean Burns visits a nascent gallery that is fast becoming a champion of intersectional voices from across the capital

BY Sean Burns | 17 OCT 22

Sam Moore profiles the shape-shifting gallery space in London that has become an imaginarium for ambitious early-career artists

BY Sam Moore | 17 OCT 22

The gallerist’s intimate exhibition space in London is a refuge for underserved creative communities

BY Charlotte Jansen | 17 OCT 22

The Oscar-nominated filmmaker discusses how she imbues topics relating to race, class and social justice with poetic urgency

BY Allie Biswas | 28 SEP 22

Jeremy Atherton Lin profiles the German photographer and reflects on the artist’s lifelong search for the truth

BY Jeremy Atherton Lin | 12 SEP 22

The artist’s monument Antelope (2022) – a tribute to Pan-Africanist and anticolonial rebel John Chilembwe – simultaneously reinstates the genre while tweaking its meaning

BY Ian Bourland | 03 AUG 22

Randy Kennedy recalls meeting the seminal pop artist and how his outsize sculptures injected wit and whimsy into the everyday

BY Randy Kennedy | 28 JUL 22

Rosanna McLaughlin explores how the late feminist artist redressed politics and power in her semi-autobiographical paintings

BY Rosanna McLaughlin | 17 JUN 22

Shiv Kotecha profiles an artist whose practice has challenged US imperialism and anti-Blackness through language and music

BY Shiv Kotecha | 08 JUN 22

The artist, and newly appointed curator of public engagement at Dia Art Foundation, brings people together through artist-led virtual meetings

BY Terence Trouillot | 01 JUN 22

The New York-based photographer discusses his navigations of the built environment, which were recently featured in the Venice Architecture Biennale

BY Daniel Shea | 13 MAY 22

Profiles by Makayla Bailey trace how a raft of recent appointments is redrawing the landscape of museums and art spaces across the city

BY Makayla Bailey | 13 MAY 22

The artist turns her gaze to Tribeca in Downtown Manhattan, for an intimate, meditative show with JDJ New York

BY Laura Bannister | 09 MAY 22

Space collapses and expands in the New York artist’s work, on view in the Frieze Viewing Room and part of the Deutsche Bank Collection

In Collaboration with Deutsche Bank

Simon Wu considers how the artist’s shiny sculptural configurations reflect the art world’s taste back at itself

BY Simon Wu | 28 APR 22

For their contribution to the 59th Venice Biennale, Pauliina Feodoroff, Máret Ánne Sara and Anders Sunna address the impact of colonization on the Sámi people

BY Kevin Brazil | 14 APR 22