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Peter Halley

With Ab-Ex, Minimalism and Pop Art embedded in his dna, New York painter Peter Halley began in the early 1980s to create flat, tactile paintings playing on modernist pictorial rules.

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Interview: Jordan Wolfson

Arousal, violence, theatricality—all are called into question by the artist’s works, created by choosing to always feel more.

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On Cao Fei

Best known for a Second Life-based speculative reality created in the heyday of virtual communities, Cao Fei’s work expresses a schizophrenic present at the threshold of prosperity and collapse.

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An Interview with Neïl Beloufa

A conversation about laziness, decision-making, productive neurosis, fear, success, work method, and presenting the spectator with questions rather than explanations.

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On Xu Zhen

Out of a need for comprehension, we like putting labels on artists. But the labels of our age are not made of elegant, smooth matte vinyl lettering, shimmering in a white cube…

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On Neïl Beloufa

Making films, sculptures and installations informed by his rejection of hierarchy and unapologetic mix of influences, French-Algerian artist Neïl Beloufa has an intense 2016 ahead of him, with…

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An Interview with Carroll Dunham

I’ve been a great fan of your work from the beginning. It’s wonderful to have the opportunity to interview you. Thanks Judith. I appreciate that you wanted to do it…

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An Interview with Xu Zhen

Let’s begin by discussing MadeIn, the “contemporary art creation company” you founded in 2009. How is it structured? What makes the company different…

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On Carroll Dunham

With an acute reverence for the tradition of art history and shifting from abstraction towards figuration, for three decades New York-based painter Carroll Dunham has serially tackled…

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