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Zoë Hopkins

Zoë Hopkins is a writer and critic studying art history and African American studies at Harvard University, Cambridge, USA. In addition to frieze, her work has been published in Artforum, The Brooklyn Rail, Cultured and Hyperallergic.

At Hauser & Wirth, New York, Mark Bradford shows new paintings alongside video work and sculpture that probes histories of race, land and migration

BY Zoë Hopkins | 30 MAY 23

At The Shed, New York, figurative paintings on pardo paper lead us to reconsider our own positions in relation to artworks and museum spaces

BY Zoë Hopkins | 17 NOV 22

A group exhibition at blank projects, Cape Town, brings together artists whose work experiments with the materiality of the earth

BY Zoë Hopkins | 06 SEP 22

In collaboration with Voloshyn Gallery in Kyiv, this exhibition at Fridman Gallery foregrounds the Ukrainian women at the discursive frontiers of history

BY Zoë Hopkins | 09 AUG 22