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Mimi Chu

Mimi Chu is assistant editor of frieze and is based in London, UK.

Through sub-par speakers in bedrooms and living rooms, across cities and continents – queer joy persists

BY Mimi Chu | 21 APR 20

Why is female fear often conflated with desire?

BY Mimi Chu | 31 OCT 19

Drones, 1980s synth-pop and a giant chess board turn the show into a game whose rules are never quite clear

BY Mimi Chu | 09 OCT 19

With KIAF in town, your guide to the best exhibitions 

BY Mimi Chu | 27 SEP 19

Mimi Chu on Robertas Narkus, Nástio Mosquito, Nora Turato and more

BY Mimi Chu | 22 SEP 19

A graveyard of trees previously submerged has given way to a fantasy of resurrection

BY Mimi Chu | 10 JUN 19

Curated by Charlie Porter, ‘Palimpsest’ turns the attention back on the history of the neo-gothic estate

BY Mimi Chu | 13 MAY 19

From viral slime to medieval botany, these artists are probing the margins of mainstream knowledge 

BY Mimi Chu | 25 APR 19

From Myspace aesthetics to Backpack Kid, entering London’s narrative projects feels like stumbling into an online echo chamber

BY Mimi Chu | 13 FEB 19

This year’s edition presented an eclectic, international and historical programme that comprised more than 100 screenings and events in the city

BY Mimi Chu | 30 JAN 19
Fan Letter

‘You invite us to forge a ‘we’ with you and your images, to empathize, nodding snorts of identification brimming with tears’

BY Mimi Chu | 18 DEC 18

An exhibition at Pilar Corrias, London, shows the artist using mainstream stock and cultural quotations to depict marginalized subjectivities

BY Mimi Chu | 05 NOV 18

A concise retrospective at König London explores the transition of the artist’s paintings and extends her short-lived career into the present

BY Mimi Chu | 25 SEP 18

Recent insights from scholars suggest the famed work may have had a female patron

BY Mimi Chu | 25 AUG 18

The first public exhibition of a 15th-century altar-hanging prompts the question: who made it?

BY Mimi Chu | 08 AUG 18

The LA-based painter’s exquisite skewing of Renaissance and biblical scenes at Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London

BY Mimi Chu | 31 MAY 18

Inti Guerrero’s show taps relentlessly at the question: what is the human cost of industry?

BY Mimi Chu | 30 APR 18

A Hollywood actor whose image has become troll-bait is the protagonist of a show exploring cross-cultural identity and misogyny in the internet age

BY Mimi Chu | 06 APR 18

Monochrome painting at the National Gallery, London

BY Mimi Chu | 15 JAN 18

On copying, repeating, quoting and joking, Sturtevant & The Salon Pour Rire

BY Mimi Chu | 18 MAY 17