Tschabalala Self discusses her representations of Black bodies as sites of multiplicity.
Lindy Lee reflects on her decades-long practice with MCA Director Elizabeth Ann Macgregor, curator of her current survey at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.
Cornelia Schneider, head of global experiential marketing at Hyundai Motor Company, and curator Jiaying Chen discuss the winning exhibition of Hyundai Blue Prize 2020, which supports emerging curators in China.
Ahead of the U.S. election results, Jim Shaw talks to Whitechapel Gallery chief curator Lydia Yee about the political and pop cultural themes in his latest paintings.
With 2021 shows scheduled at New Art Exchange in Nottingham and MuCEM in Marseille, Mónica de Miranda maps the Afro-European trajectories in her work.
Curators Elspeth Pitt and Jessi England talk about the National Gallery of Australia's Know My Name initiative.
This discussion about advocacy and structural inequity opens with remarks by Agnes Gund, founding donor of the Art for Justice Fund.
With her largest installation to date covering the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art's façade in New York City, Chitra Ganesh reflects on 'seeing theworld with eyesfully open'.
Sara Sejin Chang discusses Four Months, Four Million Light Years, a new body of work showing with the 11th Berlin Biennale, The Crack Begins Within.
In this conversation, published in partnership with Open Eye Gallery, Larry Achiampong questions how institutions can actively diversify representation to create a culture that is inclusive to all.
Ayesha Sultana discusses the arc of her practice, along with her recent return to painting after a long hiatus, with Brooklyn and Sharjah-based critic, curator, and art historian, Murtaza Vali.
Curator Xue Tan speaks with Eisa Jocson about Zoo —a recent iteration of the artist's 'Happyland' series, which looks at migrant labour and fantasy production.
Leaning towards art that embodies what he describes as 'otherness', Alain Servais discusses the formation of his collection over the last two decades.
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, launched with Taipei Performing Arts Center in 2017, in tandem with his own practice.
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