Profiles

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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

Ahead of the artist’s contribution to the German Pavilion, Adam Szymczyk considers how she might embrace the loaded history of the country she will represent

BY Adam Szymczyk | 14 APR 22

Im Vorfeld von Maria Eichhorns Beitrag für den deutschen Pavillon stellt Adam Szymczyk Überlegungen hinsichtlich der Frage an, in welcher Form die Künstlerin das Thema Zugänglichkeit aufgreifen wird – angesichts einer Welt, die um den Begriff der Grenze herum organisiert ist.

BY Adam Szymczyk | 30 MAR 22

On the occasion of the artist’s first solo exhibition in Berlin at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Carina Bukuts writes about his 20-year practice of deconstructing the image politics of war

BY Carina Bukuts | 21 MAR 22

The late artist and writer radically reconceived the relationship between art, artist and audience.

BY Asad Raza | 25 FEB 22

Amy Sherlock returns to the artist’s east London studio to witness preparations for a major new exhibition at Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas 

BY Amy Sherlock AND Magali Reus | 21 FEB 22

Marko Gluhaich profiles five figures leading the charge in education in Los Angeles and beyond, from Catherine Opie to Mercedes Dorame

BY Marko Gluhaich | 14 FEB 22

The founder of Los Angeles-based studio Waka Waka on his distinct design language, which combines Japanese craftsmanship with Memphis Group wit

BY Janelle Zara | 14 FEB 22

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

From pole dancing to Disney princesses, the artist ‘hijacks’ modes of performance to show the power dynamics inherent in the way we move

BY Ysabelle Cheung | 08 DEC 21

As a new series of Covid-19 lockdowns hit Europe, the Amsterdam-based choreographers club inspired performances are more relevant than ever

BY Isabel Parkes | 24 NOV 21

The Seoul-based designer discusses his extensive collective – including works by Lee Ufan and Ahn Kyuchul – and the last work he brought 

BY Teo Yang | 09 NOV 21