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Interview

Two UK exhibitions feature works in which the London-based artist engages with the British landscape

By Hettie Judah
Keller Easterling, MANY,  2019, installation shot. Courtesy: Wrightwood 659, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Chicago; photograph: © Tom Harris

Following her fellowship grant from United States Artists and an exhibition at Wrightwood 659, the designer and theorist discusses solutions to right-wing immigration policies and neoliberal econom

By Evan Moffitt and Keller Easterling

As leading arts institutions decline donations over opioid links, the artist and activist on why the age of using culture for ‘reputation laundering’ is over

By Chris Sharratt

Lorraine Connelly-Northey’s fusion of traditional knowledge and contemporary Australia 

By Claudia Arozqueta

The celebrated curator and former director of the Moderna Museet on why he moved to London to explore the possibilities of art and technology 

By Jennifer Higgie

In ‘Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival’, the feminist theorist discusses ‘living well and giving heart’

By Hestia Peppe

Negar Azimi visits the Damascus-born artist ahead of her retrospective at MoMA PS1

By Negar Azimi and Simone Fattal

A new show at the Japan Society in New York reflects a career’s research into the emergence of the Japanese avant-garde

By Dr Cleo Roberts

The artist discusses her new show at The Hepworth Wakefield: ‘Ceramics for me is so personal: it’s so painful to produce sometimes’

By Hettie Judah
Oliver Beer, Household Gods (Grandmother), 2019, 16 vessels. All images courtesy: the artist and Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris/Salzburg/London

In the lead-up to his solo show at The Met Breuer, Oliver Beer talks to Jennifer Higgie about the artists, writers and composers who have shaped his thinking 

By Jennifer Higgie

Carlos Pazos, Milonga, 1980, hand-coloured photograph with collage and fluorescent light, 1.1 × 1 m. Courtesy: © Carlos Pazos, A+V Agencia de Creadores Visuales, 2019

 

As an exhibition of works selected by the Spanish author opens in London, he discusses realism, ambiguity and why he doesn’t want to be a ‘curator’

By Amy Sherlock

The artist’s films at Camden Arts Centre evoke anxiety in the face of world events and the tenderness of collective living

By Ellen Mara De Wachter