Chloe Stead

An exhibition at Peres Projects, Berlin, shows how society’s attitudes to sex have changed throughout the 86-year-old artist’s career

By Chloe Stead

Artists Ane Graff, Ingela Ihrman and nabbteeri will test the fraught relationship between human and non-human species

By Chloe Stead

In a recent performance at Kunstmuseum Basel, the artist demonstrates an impressive control of hysteria and hesitancy

By Chloe Stead

A conference at the Salzburg Summer Academy demonstrated the contentious issues at stake when dealing with the legacy of colonialism – and possible ways forward

By Chloe Stead

At Kunstverein in Hamburg, the artist presents a vision of futuristic societies, mixing hard facts and pure fiction to disorienting effect

By Chloe Stead

Exploring self-exoticization and the migrant experience, the artist reprises her father's kebab shop as a cyclical performance at Kim?, Riga 

By Chloe Stead
Fahrelnissa Zeid, My Hell, 1951, (detail), oil paint on canvas, 2.1 x 5.3 m. Courtesy: Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, Shirin Devrim Trainer and Raad Zeid Al-Hussain, © Istanbul Museum of Modern Art/ Raad Zeid Al-Hussein; photograph: Reha Arcan

Deutsche Bank KunstHalle, Berlin, Germany

By Chloe Stead

At Stavanger’s Screen City Biennial, artists responded to the theme ‘Migrating Stories’ from personal, biographical perspectives

By Chloe Stead
Camilla Steinum, Determined Nap, 2017, wool and metal, 127 x 183 x 200 cm. Courtesy: Soy Capitán, Berlin

Soy Capitán, Berlin

By Chloe Stead

Kunsthaus Hamburg, Germany

By Chloe Stead

Galerie Conradi, Hamburg, Germany

By Chloe Stead

Etel Adnan, Andrzej Steinbach, Haegue Yang, and more: a guide to the best shows in the city

By Chloe Stead