Sam Thorne

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‘It’s a sinewy and organic thing, almost threatening, in an otherwise boring district of embassies and hotels’

BY Sam Thorne | 28 JAN 19

Six-years in the making, the comprehensive ‘Museum of Obsessions’ tracks the life and work of the prolific and enormously ambitious curator 

BY Sam Thorne | 31 AUG 18

Sam Thorne on the abundance of artists creating clouds, or works that cloud our vision 

BY Sam Thorne | 12 MAR 18

The 15th anniversary of Joshua Tree's annual art event: High Desert Test Sites 

19 DEC 17

A new book on the legendary curator Walter Hopps 

BY Sam Thorne | 13 SEP 17

What are the implications of documenta 14’s focus on the aural?

BY Sam Thorne | 07 JUN 17

Exhibitions from, or about, the past that help make sense of the present 

BY Sam Thorne | 20 MAR 17

Recently released online, MoMA’s vast exhibitions archive shakes up the modernist canon

BY Sam Thorne | 06 JAN 17

How are art schools changing?

BY Sam Thorne | 18 SEP 16

The rise of the artist-curated biennial

BY Sam Thorne | 11 JUN 16

Is a new greenhouse in Mexico a blueprint for the museum of the future?

BY Sam Thorne | 11 MAR 16

Sam Thorne discusses activism, collaboration and the uses of absurdity with Ahmet Öğüt

BY Sam Thorne | 21 AUG 15

A new book by Bruce Altshuler explores the history of postwar exhibitions

BY Sam Thorne | 01 OCT 13

The Director of Nottingham Contemporary shares his notes on the nature and evolution of the artist's studio

BY Sam Thorne | 30 SEP 12

Inspired by Peter Schjeldahl and John Kelsey, Sam Thorne delves into art criticism's tradition of untidiness

BY Sam Thorne | 01 FEB 12

Jennifer Higgie and Sam Thorne talk to the new director of Tate Modern about the museum’s plans for the future

BY Jennifer Higgie AND Sam Thorne | 01 JAN 12

Sam Thorne explores the esoteric work of writers who created fictional artists, from Paul Auster and Susan Sontag to Oscar Wilde and Marcel Proust

BY Sam Thorne | 01 JUN 11

Various Venues

BY Sam Thorne | 01 JAN 11

Aicon Gallery, London, UK

BY Sam Thorne | 01 NOV 10