Jennifer Higgie

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‘We are being poisoned because we have been severed from who we are’

BY Jennifer Higgie | 19 AUG 19

Jennifer Higgie spoke to the filmmaker about his latest project, which ‘places human existence at the heart of a conflict that has rendered its people invisible’ 

BY Jennifer Higgie | 25 JUL 19

The frieze editors recommend medieval feminist experimental fiction, 1930s socialist tracts and the latest sci-fi

BY frieze | 13 JUN 19

In Ralph Rugoff’s exhibition ‘May You Live in Interesting Times’, disorientation is the order of the day

BY Jennifer Higgie | 09 MAY 19

Josef Albers’s photographs of a Valentine’s Day Ball

BY Jennifer Higgie | 25 APR 19

The symbolism of a failed property development in Turkey 

BY Jennifer Higgie | 11 APR 19

The celebrated curator and former director of the Moderna Museet on why he moved to London to explore the possibilities of art and technology 

BY Jennifer Higgie | 21 MAR 19

We look back on 28 years of publishing by remembering what inspires us

BY Jennifer Higgie | 23 JAN 19

A new film by Josh Appignanesi shot entirely on VHS, creates a portrait of novelist Chloe Aridjis and surrealist Leonora Carrington

BY Jennifer Higgie | 27 SEP 18

The myriad achievements of women artists, writers, curators, patrons and art historians

BY Jennifer Higgie | 01 SEP 18

This edition of the nomadic biennial has Palermo's Orto Botanico at its heart, exploring ideas of growth, cross-pollination, and hope

BY Jennifer Higgie | 24 AUG 18

‘A response to the hard fact that women are still under-represented in every part of the art world’, says Jo Stella-Sawicka

26 JUN 18

In this era of rapid change, an introduction to some of the artists responding to the here and now

BY Jennifer Higgie | 30 MAY 18

With her retrospective at Manchester Art Gallery, the artist and curator talks censorship, stereotypes and dismantling power in the age of #metoo

BY Jennifer Higgie | 29 MAY 18

Two brilliant shows at mumok and Galerie Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman, Vienna, revive the late artist’s surreal visions

BY Jennifer Higgie | 17 APR 18

Paul Thomas Anderson's latest film is both gorgeous and troubling in equal measure

BY Jennifer Higgie | 07 FEB 18

Why her impact on art history is inestimable

BY Jennifer Higgie | 02 NOV 17

Nearly three hours long and containing only two jokes, with this film somehow you don’t mind

BY Jennifer Higgie | 11 OCT 17

On the benefits of not knowing 

BY Jennifer Higgie | 25 SEP 17

The importance of visiting galleries in the flesh 

BY Jennifer Higgie | 13 SEP 17