Jennifer Higgie

Some thoughts on transience, in art and life

By Jennifer Higgie

In a special photo essay, the artist places her body ‘in the line of danger, admiration, rejection, description’

By Collier Schorr

From the BBC and the films of Robert Beavers to the poetry of Margaret Tait, the artist reflects on his formative experiences

By Luke Fowler

Should art explain, solve or soothe? In ‘The Seventh Continent’, answers are thin on the ground

By Jennifer Higgie

‘We are being poisoned because we have been severed from who we are’

By Jennifer Higgie

Jennifer Higgie spoke to the filmmaker about his latest project, which ‘places human existence at the heart of a conflict that has rendered its people invisible’ 

By Jennifer Higgie

The frieze editors recommend medieval feminist experimental fiction, 1930s socialist tracts and the latest sci-fi

By frieze

In Ralph Rugoff’s exhibition ‘May You Live in Interesting Times’, disorientation is the order of the day

By Jennifer Higgie

Josef Albers’ photographs of a Valentine’s Day Ball

By Jennifer Higgie

The symbolism of a failed property development in Turkey 

By Jennifer Higgie

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
Talks

Paramount Theater, Friday, February 15, 6.30-8pm