Prateek and Priyanka Raja discuss the evolution of Experimenter as a platform for exhibition-making and knowledge production in Kolkata.
GaHee Park dismantles the boundaries between public and private space in new paintings and drawings on view at Perrotin in New York and Public Art Fund's city-wide project, Art on the Grid.
Hua Xiaochan, founder and director of Beijing and Berlin based Hua International discusses navigating the gallery's different geographic contexts to foster its global vision.
River Lin traces the development of Asia Discovers Asia Meeting for Contemporary Performance, an artist-curated initiative launched with Taipei Performing Arts Center in 2017 as a site of dialogue and exchange for performance practice in the Asia Pacific region, and in turn, the development of his own practice.
Artist Nairy Baghramian and curator Paulina Pobocha discuss 'ambivalent abstraction' and shaking up the canon at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, in this edited and expanded version of a conversation that took place as part of MoMA's 'Drop in with Artists' series on Instagram Live.
Lauren Halsey centres the community in her practice, which focuses on the reimagining and rebuilding of South-Central Los Angeles through spatial paradigms that reference funk, hip hop, Afrofuturism, and science fiction.
Private curator to Donald B. Marron for over two decades, Matthew Armstrong discusses working with the collector, reminiscing on the boyish enthusiasm Marron exuded when it came to art.
With her solo exhibition, Works, now on view at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Barbara Kasten discusses straddling the worlds of photography and contemporary art to explore the possibilities of light and space.
LoMaasBello and Will Fredo discuss their lecture-dance performance, A Skip of the Beat A Change of the Heart —a Goethe-Institut production exploring the origins and liberatory potentials of dance music.
Chulayarnnon Siriphol, whose vast oeuvre of film and video addresses political conflict in Thailand, reflects on the key themes in his work.
Originally trained as an architect, Hugh Hayden creates large-scale sculptures and culinary installations that consider questions of history and identity in contemporary America through organic materials such as wood. The artist's sculpture Zelig (2013), for instance, which featured in Hayward Gallery's exhibition Among the Trees (4...
Isaac Chong Wai uses video, performance, and sculpture to visualise distributions of power and knowledge within human relationships and social systems.
Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi is the founder of the Barjeel Art Foundation, an organisation based in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, dedicated to managing, preserving, and exhibiting an extensive collection of modern and contemporary Arab art. Established in 2010, the Foundation maintains an exhibition programme at its base in Sharjah, and continues to...
After moving to London from her native East Coast of the United States, Maureen Paley opened her first gallery in the front room of her Victorian terraced house in 1984. She gave numerous international artists, including Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Mike Kelley, Charles Ray, and Christian Marclay their first exhibitions in London, quickly...
Karla Dickens is an artist with Wiradjuri heritage, who combines fine art drawing and painting with rustic, abandoned materials imbued with history and contextual meaning, layered into mixed-media installations and sculptural collages on boards. In 2019, Dickens was among six contemporary women artists from New South Wales commissioned to...
Patrick Sun reflects on his work with the LGBTQ-focused Sunpride Foundation, the role of philanthropy and activism in the arts, and what he has learned in the process of developing an institution that aims to broaden perspectives surrounding identity in Asia.
Working across film, video, performance, painting, and installation, Sydney -born, Paris -based artist Mel O'Callaghan explores the human condition through processes of resistance and endurance. In her video installation Ensemble (2013), most recently shown across a 20-metre-wide space at the National Gallery of Victoria (17 November 2017–12...
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