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Talia Chetrit

Fellow artist Sahra Motalebi gives an intimate look to Talia Chetrit’s pictures of latent events, and how they capture the performative aspects of photography.

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Lou Dallas

A rag-tag collective of New York artists, designers and self-styled debutantes, Lou Dallas has adopted as its aesthetic a kind of zombie mish-mash of decadent style.

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George Condo

While an exhibition in Berlin confronts his paintings with masterpieces by old masters, the American artist meets his Italian colleague to talk about art, music and rebirth.

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Shawn Maximo X Pierre Paulin

The New York-based polymath creates a new series of architectural renderings considering the work of the iconic French designer.

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Julie Verhoeven

When is disgust a good thing? These are the questions and sensations that hit you looking at these images by the British artist.

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Nhu Duong

“When you move to a new country, you naturally try to adjust and reinvent yourself. Fashion can be an expression of that.”

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Liu Shiyuan

I’d like to start by talking about Love Poem, currently on view as part of the group show “Unordinary Space” at Shanghai Aurora Museum. The work’s use of text and language…

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Miao Ying

In a previous interview, you mentioned that your attitude towards the “Great Firewall of China” (GFW) could be likened to the effects of Stockholm Syndrome…

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The Printed Matters

Meet the team behind the iconic New York bookstore and bi-coastal fair, which just moved to a new location to make more room for a growing community. I’ve been at Printed Matter for 26 years now. I started as a p/t book packer, then…

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Yu Honglei

Your recent video work, Take a Walk, is a great example of the surreal undertone that informs your art. It is also rich in visual references to the work of other artists, from Jeff Koons…

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Charlie White

Fifteen years ago, I made a series of staged photographs, nine in all, that conjured a thing I had invented—a person, a proxy, a golem—that could carry out specific tasks and embody…

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LA Artists and their Cars

Cars are an inescapable part of life in Los Angeles, california. Reminiscent of Joe Goode’s cult 1969 calendar project portraying the likes of Ed Ruscha and Ken Price…

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Ashley Bickerton

At the very beginning of your career, after studying at CalArts, you moved to New York and, together with artists Jeff Koons and Peter Halley, showed at Meyer Vaisman’s artist-run…

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Wu Tsang

Where and how did you know about revolutionary, feminist and poet Qiu Jin? What is your new project based on this Chinese heroine? Ten years ago I went to China on a youthful quest…

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Josh Kolbo

In early 2013, several months after Hurricane Sandy, the Federal Emergency Management Agency expanded its “Flood Risk” zones to include Red Hook, Brooklyn, as a “Zone A” district. From here…

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Sex On Paper

“My paintings are not explicit, but I always try to embed a hint of perversion in my commonplace subjects. I admire these artists for their willingness to let their guard down…

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Lieko Shiga

The series “Rasen-Kaigan” (2012), to be exhibited in “Oceans Of Images,” consists of 250 pictures taken in the village of Kitagama in North East Japan, documenting ceremonies…

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Bjarne Melgaard

BR: Last May, in the remote Austrian countryside two hours outside of Vienna, there was an opening for a pop-up shop spilling over with vulgarly perforated sweat suits and…

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Celia Hempton

The nude is a well-traversed genre. With the weight of the history of art on her shoulders, Celia Hempton has quietly come along and readdressed its representation…

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PRO

(Re)Union is a conceptual project without a specific function, aimed at achieving a balance between mechanical production and visual logic: a design in which line, curve, surface…

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Isa Genzken

From her early computer-calculated abstract sculptures in the mid-1970s to the assemblages of her latest body of work, Isa Genzken has proven to be one of the most influential artists of our time…

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Tanat Teeradakorn

My project “Dance Non-Stop Mix” is inspired by the teen gangsters hustling in the decayed residential area in Bangkok, Thailand, where my house is located. They were always…

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Jon Rafman: Sticky Drama

Jon Rafman has always been an artist with one foot in the Internet and the other in reality. His latest solo show at the Zabludowicz Collection perfectly showcased that overlap between IRL and URL.

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Pablo Bartholomew

Pablo Bartholomew started experimenting with photography at a very young age; fascinated by his father’s darkroom, his interests arose at a time when becoming a photographer in…

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Rafael de Cárdenas

This selection of uncanny curio draws inspiration from mundane everyday functional objects. These forms, viewed in the round, lack orientation, scale or utility. Their smooth and stainless…

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Mike Bouchet

Peter J. Amdam: When we met in Stockholm, I told you about I how I intuitively feel that destruction and shopping have similar therapeutic effects—or even better: similar sensations…

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Banlieue State of Mind

A conversation with French curator Pierre Bal-Blanc, now part of the team of the upcoming documenta 14 after a decade of radical programming at the periphery of Paris.

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Surf

In 2009, KALEIDOSCOPE published an article entitled “Surface Tension” by art critic Jörg Heiser, which exposed Minimalism’s inner contradictions and critical controversy—the infamous…

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Jeff Burton

Hey, it’s Vezzoli here, Good morning! Good evening! Where are you? Upstairs in my second bedroom in Silverlake, CA. Where are you? In an office which has been my temporary home…

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Louisa Gagliardi

This series happened at a moment when I was starting to feel restrained by my own aesthetic. All my images were planned, very constructed and controlled. From the beginning, I knew how they’d turn out. This new series is more improvised…

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25Y TZK

To coincide with the radical German magazine’s 25th anniversary and 100th issue, we talk to Texte zur Kunst’s founder Isabelle Graw about critique, the techno age of liking, mutations…

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Apollonia Saintclair

Because it feels good to see someone get scared that they’re hurting you. In this dream, I’m not offended by anything. “It was easy,” she said. “I was a very good listener.”…

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Firenze Lai

When I paint these situations, I always ask myself: What is space to the figures inside the frame? What exactly is the situation I am trying to paint? How does a character…

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