Hettie Judah is a writer based in London, UK.
The writer interrogates the meaning of care, as well as communicating beyond the mother echo-chamber, through the works of Caroline Walker
At Maureen Paley, the artist uses the archive to reckon with women’s history in the UK
As several galleries celebrate birthdays, Hettie Judah speaks to Barbican Stories and directors of BALTIC, ICA, Midlands Art Centre and Yorkshire Sculpture Park about founding principles and future plans
In her triumphant survey exhibition at Palazzo Grassi, Venice, the artist continues her long-running exploration of women as generative, creative forces
Hettie Judah on five spirit mediums, political agitators, self-taught outsiders or surrealists that ‘bite back’ in Cecilia Alemani’s Venice exhibition
At MHKA, Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp, the artist questions how cultural artefacts are transformed by their mode of presentation
On the Isle of Bute, the artist uses objects to expose the geology of the 18th-century Mount Stuart House and engage with the Scottish mansion's material history
As it's director celebrates two decades at the helm, can she continue to reinvent the 120-year-old institution?
Can Reiner Holzemer’s documentary finally lift the lid on the famously private designer?
From storyboards to full-sized film sets, the artist’s show at Tim Van Laere, Antwerp, plays with cinematic techniques to make us believe in a constructed world
A new exhibition at London’s Wellcome Collection shows us why we should advocate for and defend the importance of ‘play’ – for our mental health as well as creativity
Riley’s paintings make a strong case for embodied encounters with art: glorious advocates for the gallery space itself
Cosmin Costinas’s curated section reveals the interconnected roles played by tradition, cultural exchange and imperialism
A new report highlights the key role commercial galleries must play in achieving gender parity in the arts
For her show in Grand-Hornu, the artist delves into the Mundaneum, a 19th-century utopian project to classify all human knowledge
Two UK exhibitions feature works in which the London-based artist engages with the British landscape
At Nottingham Contemporary, the artist reflects on intertwined histories of data and digging
The artist discusses her new show at The Hepworth Wakefield: ‘Ceramics for me is so personal: it’s so painful to produce sometimes’
The artist talks about butterflies, the politicization of artefacts and the lost cultural history of his Kosovar home city
‘It showed the power of placing something dumb and ugly next to something glorious’
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