Roundtables

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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

Hilton Als, Sadie Coles, Pauline Daly, Emin, Lucas, Gregor Muir and Cerith Wyn Evans on the artists’ short-lived project space in Bethnal Green, London

Presented as part of the Frieze New York 2021 Digital Talks Program

18 MAY 21

Presented as part of the Frieze New York 2021 Digital Talks Program

18 MAY 21

Presented as part of the Frieze New York 2021 Digital Talks Program

18 MAY 21

Presented as part of the Frieze New York 2021 Digital Talks Program

18 MAY 21

As part of the Frieze New York 2021 Tribute to the Vision & Justice Project, Professor Sarah E. Lewis presents an online discussion on Black cultural leadership

01 MAY 21

In collaboration with a team of neurologists, Abbas Zahedi transformed a cancelled exhibition into a therapeutic space for frontline workers

BY Róisín Tapponi AND Abbas Zahedi | 19 APR 21

Julia Bonn and Inga Zimprich publish information on self-care that underwhelms by design in order to include as many people as possible

 

Halsey’s community centre channels the grassroots spirit of the West Coast civil-rights and Black-arts movements of the 1960s and ’70s

BY Ana Tuazon AND Lauren Halsey | 19 APR 21

Writers Gregg Bordowitz, Pamela Sneed, Sur Rodney (Sur) and Lynne Tillman discuss how the AIDS crisis changed art writing, and what lessons writers might carry over to the Covid-19 pandemic

The strengths of regional approaches in a country deeply divided by the dual crises of Covid-19 and Brexit

DonChristian Jones on the genesis of the art collective Public Assistants and the inward process of community-based work

BY Terence Trouillot | 10 MAR 21

Liz Craft, Emma Gray, Pentti Monkonnen and Thomas Solomon discuss the exhibition programmes they launched in their homes

Artists and writers reflect on domestic exhibition spaces in Los Angeles, from 1940 to the present