With his latest solo show now on view at Zeno X Gallery, Mircea Suciu discusses his approach to capturing the psychological undercurrents of now.
John Henderson discusses the negotiations of painting ahead of his solo exhibition at Perrotin.
Ishiuchi Miyako reflects on her practice, early training in textiles and its correlation with photography, and the meaning of now.
Grosser has spent much of the past decade developing guerrilla strategies for slaying social media monsters.
Hyundai Motor Company and New Museum affiliate Rhizome present World on a Wire, a digital art exhibition showing online and in Beijing, Seoul, and Moscow.
With an exhibition at the New Museum, Lynn Hershman Leeson traces her experiences working in uncharted territories.
Cooking Sections discuss the sociopolitics of climate change in the context of their current show at SALT Beyoğlu.
Zanele Muholi discusses a life of activism, staking a claim for existence, and the importance of forging safe spaces.
Yee I-Lann speaks to curator Renan Laru-an about finding a 'multilingual approach' to museology.
Hana Miletić joins Diana Campbell Betancourt to discuss textiles as carriers of migrating connections.
Charlotte Verity captures the transience of the natural world in a new series of paintings showing with Karsten Schubert London.
aaajiao introduces Deep Simulator, defined as a metagame that continues the artist's attendant critiques on the digital era.
Yu Ji joins artist, curator, and critic Jo-ey Tang to discuss her solo exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery and wider practice.
Rising star Derek Fordjour discusses his latest solo exhibition at Pond Society in Shanghai.
Artist Lu Yang discusses her current exhibition at Jane Lombard Gallery and recent inclusion in the Asia Society Triennial.
Aboriginal Australian artist Richard Bell reflects on his largest solo exhibition yet, showing at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.
Yhonnie Scarce reflects on the themes running through her solo exhibition at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Missile Park.
Natalie Rudd, Senior Curator of the Arts Council Collection, discusses the touring exhibition Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women Since 1945.