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Driven by an enduring fascination with acoustic arts, the LA-based artist explores the spatial and material dimensions of sound

BY Cassie Packard |

A visit to the artist’s Copenhagen studio revealed an obsession with animals, objects and commodity fetishism

BY Jeppe Ugelvig |

On the occasion of her solo exhibition, ‘her0’, the artist speaks about the machine realm, Romani recycling traditions and embracing the role of contemporary alchemist

BY Krzysztof Kościuczuk |

A closer look at the transgressive artist who brought cooking into the gallery

BY Marko Gluhaich |

How the artist duo challenge the gentrification of New York’s Chinatown

BY Tan Lin |

The designer seeks to empower female and queer bodies by deconstructing garments

BY Evan Moffitt |

The artist’s first large-scale hanging works accompany embroidered tableaux that reimagine scenes of 18th- and 19th-century opulence

BY Harley Wong |

The fashion designer escaped the runway to be with ‘the wrong ‘uns and strays’

BY Joe Bobowicz |

The German-Iranian artists has a major solo exhibition at the Aspen Art Museum this summer, highlighting her  practice of ‘grouping’ to give form to sculptures, collaborations and friendships

BY Amelia Stein |

With major shows at MCA, Chicago and Hauser & Wirth London, the artist assesses his past, present and future

BY Travis Diehl |

After a seven-year hiatus, the artist returns this summer with a startling new album of ‘true feelings’

BY Andrew Durbin |

From Fire Island to Loewe at Paris Fashion Week, the New York-based artists create queer, colourful worlds

BY Evan Moffitt |

The performance artist mines his personal history to present a new body of work that draws parallels between religious worship and BDSM cultures

BY Liz Kim |

The artist’s ambiguous sartorial ensembles are a reflection of her artistic practice

BY Lucy Ives |

At his upcoming show at ICA Watershed, Boston, the artist transports his audience using the power of sound baths

BY Evan Moffitt |

The Algerian-born artist considers the geopolitical demons and prehistoric paintings of the Tassili n’Ajjer in her first exhibition in the country of her birth

BY Natasha Marie Llorens |

With Remember A River, the artist reveals the complexity of wetlands amid urban settings at Gwangju Bienniale

BY Christine Han |

In the Tokyo-based artist's works, everyday objects are animated by electric motors and chance elements

BY Andrew Maerkle |

The artist shares her Zen-like approach to using Korean hanji paper

BY Lisa Yin Zhang |

The artist's photographic series documents remnants of Gwangju’s colonial legacies in buildings

BY Hayoung Chung |