Mark Godfrey is a curator and art historian based in London, UK. He recently co-edited The Soul of a Nation Reader (2021) with Allie Biswas, and co-curated ‘Laura Owens and Vincent van Gogh’ at the Fondation Vincent van Gogh in Arles, France.
At Kunsthalle Basel, the artist seeks a connection between the tools of the Detroit assembly lines and a pan-African heritage
‘Do you remember what that was like seeing great art and knowing nothing about its maker or context?’
Mark Godfrey travelled to four cities to gain a deeper understanding of Theaster Gates's intermingling of art with urban regeneration
Elad Lassry makes sculptures that, in his words, ‘happen to be photographs’
Sophie Richard (Ridinghouse, London, 2009)
Villa Oppenheim, Berlin, Germany
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
A retrospective of the artist’s work showed its radicality but paid respect to the classicism of its installations
Mark Godfrey talks to Gustav Metzger, one of the key figures of postwar British art, whose career which has spanned over 60 years.
In conversation with Steve Reich
Phyllida Barlow talks about her career as an artist and a teacher, and the past, present and future state of art schools in Britain
Pearl, London, UK
An interview with Brian O'Doherty
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