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Simon Wu considers how the artist’s shiny sculptural configurations reflect the art world’s taste back at itself

BY Simon Wu | 28 APR 22

Ahead of the artist’s contribution to the German Pavilion, Adam Szymczyk considers how she might embrace the loaded history of the country she will represent

BY Adam Szymczyk | 14 APR 22

Im Vorfeld von Maria Eichhorns Beitrag für den deutschen Pavillon stellt Adam Szymczyk Überlegungen hinsichtlich der Frage an, in welcher Form die Künstlerin das Thema Zugänglichkeit aufgreifen wird – angesichts einer Welt, die um den Begriff der Grenze herum organisiert ist.

BY Adam Szymczyk | 30 MAR 22

On the occasion of the artist’s first solo exhibition in Berlin at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Carina Bukuts writes about his 20-year practice of deconstructing the image politics of war

BY Carina Bukuts | 21 MAR 22

Amy Sherlock returns to the artist’s east London studio to witness preparations for a major new exhibition at Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas 

BY Amy Sherlock AND Magali Reus | 21 FEB 22

The founder of Los Angeles-based studio Waka Waka on his distinct design language, which combines Japanese craftsmanship with Memphis Group wit

BY Janelle Zara | 14 FEB 22

From pole dancing to Disney princesses, the artist ‘hijacks’ modes of performance to show the power dynamics inherent in the way we move

BY Ysabelle Cheung | 08 DEC 21

The Seoul-based designer discusses his extensive collective – including works by Lee Ufan and Ahn Kyuchul – and the last work he brought 

BY Teo Yang | 09 NOV 21

The artist’s monumental new installation at MoMA is his most complete and ambitious project yet

BY Terence Trouillot | 22 SEP 21

Allie Biswas visits artist Lubna Chowdhary to discuss sculpture, ceramics and fear of empty space ahead of a solo exhibition at PEER, London, opening in September 2021

BY Allie Biswas | 24 AUG 21

Ahead of a three-month project in the Rockaways, the London-based artist is thinking about home, time and community

BY Andrew Durbin AND Alvaro Barrington | 01 JUL 21

As it's director celebrates two decades at the helm, can she continue to reinvent the 120-year-old institution?

BY Hettie Judah | 21 APR 21

With a new work on view at the Queens Museum, the artist continues to probe the paradox of Asian-American visibility and ‘model minority’ myth

BY Alex Jen | 09 APR 21

The President of Spelman College reflects on the role that historically black colleges and universities in the US have played in supporting the work of emerging artists and scholars 

BY Evan Moffitt AND Mary Schmidt Campbell | 30 MAR 21

At the artist’s first institutional show in China, real life slips into the shadows of a digital world seeking to supplant it

BY Carina Bukuts | 29 MAR 21

As her retrospective ends at Denver Art Museum, the Colorado-based artist reflects on ‘tender-type beginnings to sagging ends’ of ageing sculpture and bodies

BY Olamiju Fajemisin | 24 MAR 21

This year’s Marcel Duchamp Prize winner looks at knowledge that has fallen through the cracks

BY Carina Bukuts | 27 OCT 20

As Blake’s most comprehensive retrospective to date closes at the ICA, Los Angeles, Shiv Kotecha examines the artist’s three-decade practice, which revels in the infinite variations of identity and pleasure

BY Shiv Kotecha | 30 DEC 19

The writer’s ‘immoderate’, genre-crossing style set the tone for the biggest literary trend in recent years

BY Brian Dillon | 05 DEC 19

Pharoah demonstrates a way to be in the world as a Black artist, expressing a sense of pride that does not violate privacy

BY Harmony Holiday | 27 NOV 19