Sam Durant reflects on Modernism, civil rights and rock music. Dan Fox looks and listens.
‘H stares at the guy. The new friend is bewildered, yet relaxed. He looks at nothing. His expression never changes. He’s not going to leave. He likes H. H’s feelings are more complicated.’ Benjamin Weissman explores the strange world of Hirsch Perlman.
Also featured: Canadian poet and award-winning novelist Anne Michaels on the life and work of Eva Hesse; Tom Morton on Pierre Huyghe; Joerg Heiser on Daniel Richter, Dominic Eichler on Katja Strunz, Mark Beasely on Mark Titchner and Phyllida Barlow on ‘Mandy’. Haim Steinbach and Amanda Sharp visit the Prada and Moss stores in New York to talk about the increasingly hazy relationship between art and retail.