Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Enough Tiranny, 1972
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, USA
'I developed a craving for something more magical'
Imagine a door with no room: Are you inside or outside?
Marc Camille Chaimowicz muses on Jean Cocteau's murals in the church of Notre Dame de France in London's Leicester Square, and the prolific artist's complex relationship with religion, the avant-garde and European high society
Negar Azimi is senior editor of Bidoun.
Dan Fox invited eight artists and artist groups to reflect on their relationships to curators and curatorial discourse
18 critics and curators on what they’re looking forward to in 2009
A new work is a retrospective, of sorts
The artist and writer in conversation