At Chisenhale Gallery, London, the artist uses documentary and drama to look into colonialism, loss and spiritual awakening
What lies beneath a grin? Gazelle Mba uses the artist's latest painting to investigate this philosophical question
Ahead of his latest solo show at Chisenhale Gallery, the artist speaks to Nicholas Nauman about working with animal byproducts and getting comfortable with failure
The artist’s exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery shows how entangled and dependent our lives are upon one another
UK-based Black and POC emerging curators are invited to apply for a paid 18 month placement at Chisenhale Gallery
Funds for the new initiative, which aims to increase diversity in the arts, were raised from the sale of face masks designed by Idris Khan and an edition by John Akomfrah
The acclaimed Gateshead-based institution will benefit from the initiative, aimed to increase diversity in the visual arts, following the successful funding of an 18-month placement at London's Chisenhale Gallery
As the world acknowledges the scale of racial injustice, how can a small organisation make a big difference?
A new initiative to support UK-based Black and POC emerging curators, established in collaboration with Chisenhale Gallery and Idris Khan
In 'Perpetual Brightness', Phan’s ailing animal becomes a metaphor for a culture, and a world, adrift on the verge of ecological disaster.
The new director of London’s Chisenhale Gallery on thinking like an artist, racial hierarchies in museums and how she nearly didn’t apply for the job
‘Art is not CNN,’ says Banu Cennetoğlu – new works produced with London’s Chisenhale Gallery ask: are you paying enough attention?
Ways of talking about race and appropriation: Claudia Rankine, Hannah Black and Tate Modern’s ‘Black Art, Black Power’ conference
The winner of the 2016 Turner Prize discusses skeuomorphism, skins and soup - from issue 155
Curators from influential institutions predict their Frieze London highlights
During his residency at Chisenhale Gallery, the artist focuses on the eerie blurring of traditional boundaries between labour and social interaction
2016 Frieze Artist Award winner Yuri Pattison on his new show and commission for Frieze Projects
The Director of Whitstable Biennale talks about her time in Kent and what can be expected from this year's programme
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