Roundtables

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Five curators and artists consider what the arrival of the nomadic biennial could offer the region

Featured in this year’s Venice Biennale, the artist zooms in on Singapore and Venice, two ports of the publishing world

BY Skye Arundhati Thomas | 12 APR 22

Writer Thea Hawlin on Giulia Cenci’s dark installations, where the past, present and future converge

BY Thea Hawlin | 23 MAR 22

Ahead of Bopape's presentation at TBA21–Academy's Ocean Space in Venice, Eric Otieno Sumba reflects on the artist’s relationship with the sea

BY Eric Otieno Sumba | 23 MAR 22

Fernanda Brenner on the artist's uncanny and transgressive films

BY Fernanda Brenner | 23 MAR 22

After a series of new appointments for Berlin’s museums, Carina Bukuts discusses the future of the city’s institutional landscape with Anselm Franke, María Inés Plaza Lazo, Fabian Schöneich and Sung Tieu

Members and affiliates of Asco reflect on the influence of the Los Angeles avant-garde group and the events that inspired its creation

The artist speaks to Allie Biswas about the medium’s gimmick-free nature

BY Allie Biswas | 09 NOV 21

The artist reflects on the talents of her self-taught ceramist father, whose work was a constant character within her family home

BY Helen Cammock | 09 NOV 21

The artist recalls how the importance of trips to Nigeria and Kenya transformed her relationship with clay and teaching

BY Magdalene Odundo | 09 NOV 21

Artists Phoebe Collings-James and Julia Phillips speak to Dr Jareh Das about clay’s physical registers and the ways the material will outlive us

As the high street institution shuts for good, five artists and writer, including Pablo Bronstein and Lubaina Himid, propose ideas for Philip Green’s fallen kingdom

The two London-based artists on why figurative painting speaks to our ‘shared humanity’ and how the personal is always political

BY Claudette Johnson AND Joy Labinjo | 21 SEP 21

Translator Sophie Hughes on what might be lost when we translate literature into English

BY Sophie Hughes | 07 SEP 21

Theophilus Imani discovers how we might be able to translate images instead of words

BY Theophilus Imani | 03 SEP 21

A lecturer of multilingual students at Tokyo University of Arts, Andrew Maerkle reflects on how translation of art criticism can be emancipatory

BY Andrew Maerkle | 01 SEP 21

The artist’s illustrated diary unravels the complexities of learning grammar in English, Dutch, German and Japanese

Mona Benyamin, Emily Jacir and Larissa Sansour discuss the role artists play in responding to the Israeli occupation, from building international solidarity to shifting language and creating new iconographies

 

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