Paul Teasdale

Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

On exits and exiles

By Paul Teasdale
Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

On collective memory and personal experience

By Paul Teasdale
Buying Everything on You (Huang Wei), 2006–07, found objects, dimensions variable. All images courtesy: the artist and Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai

Cold portraits and warm-hearted annotations

By Paul Teasdale
Amelie von Wulffen, Untitled,  2012, watercolour and  Indian ink on paper, 28 × 20 cm. Courtesy: the artist, Gió Marconi, Milan, and Galerie Meyer Kainer, Vienna; photograph: Roman März

How humour feeds painting

By Paul Teasdale
Carol Christian Poell, Squartter in Urs Fischer, 38 E. 1st St.,  installation view

Various venues, Gwangju, South Korea

By Paul Teasdale
Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

New shows, same old problems

By Paul Teasdale
Das Kino im alten Mühlenviertel, 2012, Installationsansicht, Lars Friedrich, Berlin (Courtesy für alle Bilder: der Künstler, dépendance, Brussels & Lars Friedrich, Berlin)

How … it works

By Paul Teasdale
Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

Claire Bishop versus the Internet

By Paul Teasdale
Aisha Orazbayeva performing Steve Reich’s Violin Phase for Violin and Tape (1967) at a Nonclassical club night at Cargo, London  2011

How can the genre attract a younger audience that might not have any engagement with the deeply furrowed traditions ingrained in its production, performance and reception?

By Paul Teasdale

Gasworks

By Paul Teasdale

Does theology hold the answer for revolutionary politics?

By Paul Teasdale

Low-resolution images, installations and curated film programmes; desire, politics and poetry

By Paul Teasdale