56 results found for "#Artist_interview".
Samson Young sounds out the Venice Biennale

... a composition from them, but have not had the time to do so. The Documenta commission is very specific: they want a sound piece, and a long one. This might be the longest thing that I’ve ever written. Samson Young sounds out the Venice Biennale #Artist_interview #Venice_Biennale

Theaster Gates raises the roof in Hong Kong

... studio, all of that’s lost. It’s also an abstraction on this sad state, where everybody is playing their own game. • Tarry Skies and Psalms for Now, White Cube, 50 Connaught Road, Central, until 20 May Theaster Gates raises the roof in Hong Kong #Artist_interview #Theaster_Gates #Art_Basel_Hong_Kong

When will Christo’s 40-year old Mastaba happen?

... “Physically, the project can start tomorrow, but nothing has been decided yet,” says Christo. “It is a process. But I’m very open minded! It’s possible I can start another project tomorrow…” When will Christo’s 40-year old Mastaba happen? #Artist_interview #News

A Bigger Stage

... transitory sites that are constantly available in the city—construction sites, trading houses, art galleries, and so on. They come with material, space, an expertise and aesthetic that has been fine-tuned in the service of capitalism.” A Bigger Stage #Artist_interview #News

Tala Madani: the descent of man

... level when I’m painting, and painting particular people kills it for me. • Tala Madani, La Panacée, Montpellier, France, until 23 April; Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 17 March-11 June Tala Madani: the descent of man #Artist_interview

Lubaina Himid: hidden figures

... You’ve got to draw them in. • Navigation Charts, Spike Island, Bristol, 20 January-26 March; Invisible Strategies, Modern Art Oxford, 21 January-30 April; The Place is Here, Nottingham Contemporary, 4 February-30 April Lubaina Himid: hidden figures #Artist_interview

Rachel Maclean: Selfie Portrait

... London . Not yet represented by a gallery, she lives in Glasgow. “I feel like a Scottish artist, I suppose, more than I feel like a Glasgow or an Edinburgh artist, and I have been lucky to have lived in both.” Rachel Maclean: Selfie Portrait #Artist_interview

The great 3D quantum leap

... in the 2000s. His work is in the collections of New York’s Museum of Modern Art and Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Centre Pompidou. He is represented by Luhring Augustine in New York and by Vilma Gold in London. The great 3D quantum leap #Artist_interview

In pictures: Frieze Masters

... his magical aerial views that make abstractions out of the everyday. His eye forces order on the haphazard jumble of diagonals, giving them a formal, tranquil quality and capturing a kind of implicit order.” In pictures: Frieze Masters #Art_fairs #Artist_interview #Cornelia_Parker

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