Interview

Q: What do you like the look of? A: Pears.

Irma Blank – who has been creating her 'writings' for over 50 years – talks about her relationship to word and image

The independent curator on 25 years in the arts

Q: What do you wish you knew? A: All that I don’t, of course!

Yoshua Okón, Miasma, 2016, video stills. Courtesy: the artist and Parque Galería

On the eve of his first survey exhibition, Yoshua Okón talks to Magalí Arriola about Mexico, CIA covert ops, globalization and a derelict statue of

Charles Atlas, Untitled and undated image supplied by the artist. Courtesy: the artist

Q: What should stay the same? A: Change.

Recently awarded a USA Artist Fellowship, Lynn Hershman Leeson speaks about cultural technologies, personal narratives and alter egos 

Cosey Fanni Tutti talks to Paul Clinton about feminism, freedom and the politics of the personal

Writer Hari Kunzru speaks about his new novel, White Tears, a timely reflection on race, class and cultural appropriation in the US

Q. What is art for? A. To tell us where we are.

Paolo Uccello, Niccolò Mauruzi da Tolentino at the Battle of San Romano, 1438–40, egg tempera with walnut oil and linseed oil on poplar, 1.8 × 3.2 m. Courtesy: National Gallery, London
Q: What are you reading? A: About what money can’t buy
Jacqueline de Jong, rue de Charonne, Paris, 1965. Courtesy: the artist; photographer unknown

From the banal to the brutal to the beautiful, the work of the Dutch artist is a reminder to never stop being disobedient

Video

Playlist - 26 Jun 2017

Lava melts an energy drink; Lyrebird mimics construction sounds; Professor David Harvey explains Karl Marx’s ‘Capital: Vol. 1’

Playlist - 19 Jun 2017

Inuit throat singing; Zoe Bedeaux; a look at autism in its own language 

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