Interview

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Featuring Emma Stone, Damien Bonnard and a well-trained trip of goats, the Greek director’s silent short frees him from the pressures of the box office

BY Rory O'Connor | 26 MAY 22

Jessica Lynne speaks to the artist about photographing the Rio Grande and deconstructing borders

BY Jessica Lynne AND Zoe Leonard | 10 MAY 22

Ahead of his Creative Time commission in New York, the artist speaks with poet Harmony Holiday

BY Harmony Holiday AND Charles Gaines | 28 APR 22

The curator talks about her approach to the 59th International Art Exhibition and restoring energy to the Venice Biennale

BY Matthew McLean AND Cecilia Alemani | 22 APR 22

Ahead of her presentation in the French Pavilion at this year's Venice Biennale, Zineb Sedira speaks with Róisín Tapponi about the influence of Third Worldist cinema and transnational alliances on her practice 

BY Róisín Tapponi | 20 APR 22

From Rodrigo Valenzuela to Eric-Paul Riege, the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art’s curator will centre Black, Brown, Indigenous and queer narratives for this year’s Focus LA

BY Amanda Hunt AND Olivian Cha | 14 FEB 22

After a swarm of bad press, Huw Lemmey speaks to the much-maligned attraction on the occasion of its closure

BY Huw Lemmey | 12 JAN 22

On the occasion of her solo show at David Lewis Gallery, the artist speaks to Lucy Ives about the surreal relationship between digital memory and oil painting

BY Lucy Ives | 15 DEC 21

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

BY Nicholas Nauman | 07 DEC 21

The artist answers the frieze Questionnaire

BY Ei Arakawa | 12 NOV 21

Harmony Holiday talks with legendary Funkadelic musician about making art, NFTs and getting high on paint fumes

BY Harmony Holiday | 10 NOV 21

As 'Life Between Islands' opens at Tate Britain, two painters reflect on the importance of place to their work

The artist discusses her show at Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles, where an exuberant mis-en-scène asks us to think about painting differently

BY Amy Sherlock AND Laura Owens | 27 OCT 21

In a new collection of essays, the writer considers art, mortality and the death of her husband, Kevin Killian

BY Andrew Durbin AND Dodie Bellamy | 18 OCT 21

The fashion designer’s bold, geometric creations reference artists from Helen Frankenthaler and Lee Krasner to Ljubica Sokić

BY Amber Butchart AND Roksanda Ilinčić | 07 OCT 21

With a solo show at London’s White Cube, Ibrahim Mahama speaks with Vanessa Peterson about Ghana’s post-independence era, architecture and the importance of his collaborators

 

BY Ibrahim Mahama AND Vanessa Peterson | 06 OCT 21

The author of ‘The Netanyahus’ speaks with Lincoln Michel about his latest work and how his definition of ‘truth’ changes with every novel

BY Lincoln Michel | 21 SEP 21

Ahead of a major new exhibition in Wiels, Belgium, the artist speaks with Yve-Alain Bois about the influence of Antoine Wiertz on her latest body of work

BY Yve-Alain Bois AND R.H. Quaytman | 10 SEP 21