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Mimi Chu

‘You invite us to forge a ‘we’ with you and your images, to empathize, nodding snorts of identification brimming with tears’

By Mimi Chu

An exhibition at Pilar Corrias, London, shows the artist using mainstream stock and cultural quotations to depict marginalized subjectivities

By Mimi Chu

A concise retrospective at König London explores the transition of the artist’s paintings and extends her short-lived career into the present

By Mimi Chu
Hugo van der Goes, Vienna Diptych, c.1479. Oil on panel (diptych), 32 × 22 cm (each). Courtesy: Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, and Google Art Project

Recent insights from scholars suggest the famed work may have had a female patron

 

By Mimi Chu

The first public exhibition of a 15th-century altar-hanging prompts the question: who made it?

By Mimi Chu

The LA-based painter’s exquisite skewing of Renaissance and biblical scenes at Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London

By Mimi Chu

Inti Guerrero’s show taps relentlessly at the question: what is the human cost of industry?

By Mimi Chu

A Hollywood actor whose image has become troll-bait is the protagonist of a show exploring cross-cultural identity and misogyny in the internet age

By Mimi Chu

Monochrome painting at the National Gallery, London

By Mimi Chu