Enjoy our Most Recent Interviews

Mara Sartore: This year you participated in the Athens Biennial, without setting foot in your hometown, can you tell us about how you managed this? Miltos Manetas: I was contacted by Poka-Yio, the founder of the Athens biennial, he was an emerging artist when I was beginning to become well-known in Athens. The biennial had so far been a great success, with each edition better than the next, I had previously participated in the 2013 edition. And taking part in this edition, after Documenta 14, seemed like a good opportunity. I was also interested by the title “Anti”, which in general for the Athenians is significant because it alludes to a historical left-wing magazine called “Anti”. The... Read More
Miltos Manetas Looking at Athens Biennale. Courtesy of the artist
Mike Nelson
We interviewed the British artist Mike Nelson on the occasion of his monumental intervention at the OGR in Turin; a large wooden structure, leads into the space, resembling a large billboard or the screen of a drive-in, once beyond it visitors find themselves... Read More
Mattia De Luca and Sergio Casoli
Carla Ingrasciotta: Let’s start with the exhibition currently on at the gallery. When and how did you get into Marcel Duchamp’s oeuvre? Which of the artist’s work are you most drawn to? Sergio Casoli and Mattia De Luca: The exhibition... Read More
Adrian Wang. AIKE Gallery
On the occasion of the art week in Shanghai in November 2018, Cristina Sanchez-Kozyreva met with Adrian H. Wang who took over the direction of AIKE last summer. He shares his coming to the art world and what it means to him to be a gallerist. Cristina... Read More
Franciska Zólyom © Stefan Fischer
We interviewed Franciska Zólyom, curator of the German Pavilion 2019, following the press conference in which the artist to represent Germany at the upcoming Venice Biennale was announced.  The curator has provided us with first hand insight into the project... Read More

Explore the Exhibitions to Visit Around the World

The exhibition marks the first retrospective in Hong Kong of artist Ellen Pau, including  representative pieces of her multi-faceted artistic practice from the late-1980s to the present, such as video works, archives and a series of unpublished photographs.The title of the exhibition, both in the Chinese and English versions, revolves around the concept of family and home. The English one, in particular, reference the Hong Kong government’s Home Affairs Bureau, investigating the relation between civil political affairs and the personal sphere. Among the works on show, the new augmented reality video work “I Don’t Have Time to Deal with Fear“, along with three previous major... Read More
Ellen Pau, 2018. Courtesy of the artist.
Elizabeth Price, "KOHL", 2018, Courtesy of the artist and Grimm Gallery, New York.

Elizabeth Price

Walker Art Center
08/12/2018 - 23/02/2019

The exhibition dedicated to London-based Elizabeth Price at Walker Art Center departs from the artist’s specific response to the Walker’s Perlman Gallery’s architecture and history. It features two new moving image works, which mark... Read More
Louis Bourgeois, "Untitled", 2003, © The Easton Foundation / ProLitteris, Zurich, Courtesy The Easton Foundation and Hauser & Wirth, Photo: Christopher Burke
The solo exhibition “Papillons Noirs (Black Butterflies)” dedicated to renowned French-American artist Louise Bourgeois (1911 – 2010) officially inaugurates the programme of the new Hauser & Wirth St. Moritz. Spanning two floors of... Read More
Elizabeth Timberman, "Garden: Res Luis Barragán Arq Mexico DF", Esther McCoy papers, 1876-1990. Bulk, 1938-1989. Series 9: Photographs and Slides, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Washington, D.C.
Created specifically for the space, the pieces and interventions by the Danish artist Danh Vo investigate the life and architecture of the objects and people who have inhabited the Casa Luis Barragán. In the first part of the show, the artist operates little... Read More
Caroline Mesquita, "Astray", 2018, Installation view at Kunsthalle Lissabon Photo Credit Bruno Lopes

Caroline Mesquita: Astray: Prologue

Kunsthalle Lissabon
12/12/2018 - 08/02/2019

French artist Caroline Mesquita presents her project “Astray” in two chapters, taking place in two different venues, namely the Kunsthalle Lissabon and the Galeria Municipal do Porto, which both collaborated to the realisation of the exhibition.... Read More

45 Artists who Left their Mark in 2018

Tania Bruguera
Petrit Halilaj. Photo by Enver Bylykbashi
Tomas Saraceno,  © Alfred Weidinger, 2015
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Bruce Nauman

Bruce Nauman

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Letizia Battaglia © Gianluca Fiore
Tatiana Trouvé and Lula © Claire Dorn