Haegue Yang

'Time Present: Photography from the Deutsche Bank Collection', installation view at Palais Populaire, Berlin, 2020. Photo: Deutsche Bank Art, Culture & Sports

How one executive's vision sparked a 40 year committment to contemporary art

By Kito Nedo

Drones, 1980s synth-pop and a giant chess board turn the show into a game whose rules are never quite clear

By Mimi Chu

frieze video - 01 Feb 2019

‘Metaphorically, wearing an eye mask bids farewell to this desire to know, instead, one must rely on something unknown’

18 Oct 2018

Eight influential artists, including Jarvis Cocker, Neil Tennant and Cosey Fanni Tutti, select a single object of special significance

Works by Ryan Gander and Rehana Zaman showed it was the people of Liverpool who formed a thread through some of the most successful projects

By Tom Emery
Haegue Yang, Lingering Nous, 2016, installation view (detail) at Centre Pompidou, Paris. Courtesy: Centre Pompidou, Paris; photograph: Florian Kleinefenn

Elephants, identity and abstraction: The winner of the 2018 Wolfgang Hahn Prize reveals the objects and ideas that have shaped her thinking

By Haegue Yang

Canada’s newest art museum attempts to reconcile local and international interests

By Amy Luo

Haegue Yang awarded 2018 Wolfgang Hahn Prize; poet John Ashbery dies at 90; Edinburgh’s Inverleith House saved

Richard Mosse, from the series ’Heat Maps’, 2016. Courtesy: © Richard Mosse, Prix Pictet 2017

The 2017 Turner Prize shortlist; A.R. Penck dies; Martin Clark appointed new director of Camden Arts Centre

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

By Chloe Stead