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Hettie Judah

Hettie Judah is a writer based in London, UK.

Criticisms of impact are missing the project’s power to change behaviour, argues collaborator and geologist Minik Rosing

BY Hettie Judah | 14 DEC 18

Two London exhibitions by belit sağ address police and military violence committed against Kurdish people in Turkey

BY Hettie Judah | 07 DEC 18

An exhibition at MoMu, Antwerp, spotlights the largely female ‘Textielgroep’ from the 1970s hanging their work alongside contemporary practitioners

BY Hettie Judah | 20 NOV 18

An exhibition at M HKA, Antwerp, explores the artist as brand and as charismatic cult leader

BY Hettie Judah | 19 NOV 18

At the Photographers’ Gallery in London, a show examining the increasingly ubiquitous images produced by machines

BY Hettie Judah | 08 NOV 18

The second edition – Michael Dean, Mona Hatoum, Phillip Lai, Magali Reus and Cerith Wyn Evans – pits old guard against young guns

BY Hettie Judah | 30 OCT 18

Beyond the ‘forcefield of righteousness’ that occludes some political work, ‘Artes Mundi 8’ manages a complicated and rewarding show

BY Hettie Judah | 29 OCT 18

On view at Skarstedt’s London gallery, US artist Sue Williams’s latest body of work reflects a battle against ‘hating everything’ 

BY Hettie Judah | 23 OCT 18

Ahead of ‘Anni Albers’, which opens at Tate Modern next week, Hettie Judah visits the legendary German educational institution

BY Hettie Judah | 04 OCT 18

The forthcoming exhibition ‘Modern Couples’ frames the shared lives of modernism’s artistic pairings – from Claudel and Rodin, to Maar and Picasso

BY Hettie Judah | 02 OCT 18

Our guide to the shows not to miss, from Tania Bruguera’s Turbine Hall commission to Amy Sillman’s canvases at Camden Arts Centre

 

BY Hettie Judah | 28 SEP 18

With 12 hours of talks (and only one 20-minute break) on a Saturday, the Serpentine Marathon illustrates how the art world plays by its own rules

BY Hettie Judah | 25 SEP 18

Opening with a show about humour in art, there is a refreshing domesticity to SLG’s expansion

BY Hettie Judah | 20 SEP 18

If the new V&A is Dundee’s public face to the world, it underscores the motto of the city’s famous resident: ‘think global act local’

BY Hettie Judah | 13 SEP 18

After 34 years as Head of Hayward Gallery Touring, the ‘organizer’ looks back on a career spent championing art exhibitions outside of London

BY Hettie Judah | 13 SEP 18

‘Spellbound’ at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, traces magic and ritual from the Middle Ages to today

BY Hettie Judah | 03 SEP 18

At Herald St, London, the artist presents paintings filled with smooth ovoid forms and the suggestion of a single, otherworldly light source

BY Hettie Judah | 20 AUG 18

Recent paintings by Caragh Thuring, Phoebe Unwin and Clare Woods mine the tension between physical and imagined worlds

BY Hettie Judah | 19 AUG 18

Commemorating the 100th anniversary of WWI, The Head & The Load at Tate Modern makes incomprehension the work’s guiding theme

BY Hettie Judah | 18 JUL 18

Is the lack of social mobility in the arts due to a self-congratulatory conviction that the sector represents the solution rather than the problem?

BY Hettie Judah | 06 JUL 18