Yun Hyong-keun 1989 – 1999 | KimOki Performance shows until 20 June 2020 at PKM GALLERY.The music of this video is planned to be released as an LP album. Further details will be announced later.
The codpiece—a fashion curio, yes, but one whose padded cup runneth over as a conversation piece. The designer Thom Browne, whose collections have featured codpieces over the years, and the writer Mi
When [Donald Judd] moved to the desert town of Marfa, in the 1970s, it was ranch country—and offered limitless space to work. In recent years, before it became an oasis of Instagram clout, Eileen
This episode pairs artist [Oscar Murillo] with the editor Charles Henry Rowell for a conversation about class, race, art, and the African cultural diaspora that is one part history lesson and one p
This episode is all about [Yayoi Kusama] and art in the Instagram age. JiaJia Fei, a digital guru for institutions like the Jewish Museum and the Guggenheim, and Christian Luiten, founder of the po
When the artist [Jordan Wolfson] and the playwright Jeremy O. Harris get together, sparks fly. Wolfson's art confronts intimacy, violence, and desire with sometimes shocking honesty. Likewise, O. H
When the artist Alex Da Corte and the writer Charlie Fox talk about Edward Scissorhands, Frankenstein, Hercules, Michael Myers, A Clockwork Orange, Scar from The Lion King, they’re also talking abou
An epic live episode of Dialogues. In journeying deep into Homer's Odyssey in front of an audience at David Zwirner's 69 th Street gallery in New York, artist [Chris Ofili] and classicist Emil
Josh Smith talks with Anne Pontégnie on the occasion of his exhibition Finding Emo at Xavier Hufkens, Brussels (7 June—13 July 2019).
A revealing conversation about the life and teachings of James Baldwin that draws on Beauford Delaney, the pivotal role of invested teachers, and how the writer shaped the racial and cultural landscap
Jeremy Lewison, adviser to the Estate of Alice Neel, talks with Angela Lampe, curator of Modern Art at Centre Pompidou, on the occasion of the exhibition 'Alice Neel in New Jersey and Vermont' (26 Oct
A conversation about clothing, instinct, and finding high art in everyday life that touches on Jackie O, Kandinsky, and the Bauhaus. In this episode of Dialogues, Nicholas Fox Weber—cultural histor
Artist Oscar Murillo's installation now on view at Kranzberg Arts Foundation evokes a very strange political protest, one in which no single cause is apparent but it's clear that passions run high.
A conversation about the intersection of art and language that grapples with loneliness, religion, and our visceral reactions in the presence of powerful art. In the sixth episode of Dialogues, Jar
A conversation about instinct in creative practice that nods to punk rock, fatherhood, and the ethics of artistic expression. In the fifth episode of Dialogues, artist Marcel Dzama—known for his wh
A conversation about giving a voice to untold stories that draws on Jane Campion, Philip Guston, and the raw authenticity of human emotion. The fourth episode of _Dialogues: The David Zwirner Podcast
Kerry James Marshall on Black identity, history and the process of making work. Interviewed on the occasion of Kerry James Marshall: Collected Works exhibited at Rennie Museum, June 2–November 3, 20
A conversation about collaboration and the obsessive power of good music—touching on Netflix, Kendrick Lamar, and what it's like to play with Miles Davis. In the third episode of _Dialogues: The Dav
A conversation about the importance of character, the value of mistakes, and painting from film. In the second pairing in David Zwirner’s Dialogues series, the critically-acclaimed painter—and rece
A conversation about Duchamp, Michael Jackson, the allure of the Renaissance in the age of Instagram, and more. In the debut episode of David Zwirner’s new podcast, world-renowned artist Jeff Koons t
JAMES WELLING: Metamorph (LOGIN) 10 May–17 June, 2017 Internationally, James Welling is one of the most keenly experimental photographers who has created a most div
Rennie Museum hosted a talk by Kerry James Marshall on May 31, 2018. Maintaining an interdisciplinary approach to art-making, Marshall is perhaps best known for his prowess using classical techniques
'Sunflowers are something I feel very intensely. They look so wonderful when they are young and they are so very moving when they are dying.’ – Joan Mitchell Florence Derieux, Director of Exhibitions