Pablo Larios is an editor and writer. He lives in Berlin, Germany.
At Sprüth Magers, the artist visually renders our hackneyed vocabularies around anxiety and care
A two-venue homecoming exhibition at Palais de Tokyo and Lafayette Anticipations explores youthful silliness, romanticism and the pitfalls of restoring the past
A joint retrospective at KW Institute for Contemporary Art and daadgalerie, Berlin, displays the US-based artist’s critical passion for the artefacts she uncovers
Pablo Larios interviews the director, Hartmut Dorgerloh, about its evolution and intentions
The French curator and critic on founding Montpellier Contemporain, the future of institutions and why museums will become editorial platforms
COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter were two of the major events that signalled the changes that may – and in many cases must – come next year
Curator Natalia Sielewicz speaks with Pablo Larios about the fight for women’s rights in Poland
At Berlin’s Esther Schipper gallery, the artist tells stories through time-based objects
At Lenbachhaus, Munich, the artist’s installations show why matter matters
The photographer retraces the history of the German capital's 'African Quarter'
The strongest components of the unusually dispersed exhibition "take art from the altar and into the vernacular"
Berlin’s new meta-institution was set to open this month; instead, artists and cultural workers are taking to the streets in protest
Two philosophers, Achille Mbembe and Susan Neiman, on the possibility of historical comparison
One of two new curators-at-large at Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum, Szymczyk gives his first interview since documenta in 2017
Pablo Larios speaks with the Stedelijk Museum’s newly appointed curator-at-large about institutional accountability
For Adnan, art and politics need not be in conflict
An interview with the German Hygiene Museum’s Director, Klaus Vogel – plus, arts news from Europe
Reflecting on the late curator, critic, art historian and impresario with artists Laurie Anderson, Thomas Demand and Paolo Icaro
An interview with Germany’s minister of culture, Monika Grütters
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