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Exhibition Histories Talks: Ruth Noack – video online

Exhibition Histories Talks: Ruth Noack – video online

On Thursday 12 December 2013 Ruth Noack was in conversation with Afterall’s Pablo Lafuente for the fourth in our series of talks analysing exhibitions through the personal accounts of the curators responsible for them.

Exhibition Histories Talks: Guy Brett – video online

Exhibition Histories Talks: Guy Brett – video online

Guy Brett, Nayia Yiakoumaki

Watch Guy Brett in coversation with Nayia Yiakoumaki, discussing ‘Hélio Oiticica: Whitechapel Experience’ (1969) for the third in our series of talks analysing exhibitions through the personal accounts of the curators responsible for them.

Seth Siegelaub

Seth Siegelaub

Jo Melvin

Afterall pays homage to Seth Siegelaub by making available online a conversation between Jo Melvin and Seth Siegelaub, originally published in the Exhibition Histories book on Lucy Lippard’s ‘numbers shows’.

Pedagogy as Practice in Lahore

Pedagogy as Practice in Lahore

Nav Haq

Nav Haq reports on the contemporary art scene in Lahore, suggesting that it is art schools rather than galleries that are the hub of its active artistic community.

Exhibition Histories Talks: Lucy Lippard – video online

Exhibition Histories Talks: Lucy Lippard – video online

Lucy Steeds, Lucy R. Lippard

Watch video footage of Lucy Lippard in conversation with Lucy Steeds, the second in our series of talks analysing exhibitions through the personal accounts of the curators responsible for them.

Exhibition Histories Talks: Ute Meta Bauer – video online

Exhibition Histories Talks: Ute Meta Bauer – video online

Ute Meta Bauer, Iwona Blazwick

Watch video footage of Ute Meta Bauer in conversation with Iwona Blazwick, the first in our new series of talks analysing exhibitions through the personal accounts of the curators responsible for them.

Creative Scotland <br/> Or: The Lottery, the Funders and the People

Creative Scotland
Or: The Lottery, the Funders and the People

Sarah Lowndes

Sarah Lowndes looks at the impact of austerity on the arts sector, particularly in Scotland, where the battle between artists and Creative Scotland has exposed the latter's 'ill-conceived decision-making' when it comes to funding the arts.

A Look Back at the Serpentine Marathons

A Look Back at the Serpentine Marathons

Melissa Gronlund

Following the recent Serpentine Gallery Memory Marathon in London, Melissa Gronlund considers the Serpentine Marathons as the epitome of an increasingly event-led culture.

Michael Asher

Michael Asher

Mark Lewis

Afterall co-founder Mark Lewis pays a tribute to Michael Asher, recalling his first encounter with his work and the lasting impression that it left on his way of looking at art.

The Aesthetics of Migration

The Aesthetics of Migration

Marcelline Block

Marcelline Block traces contemporary representations of homelesness back to their foundations in literature, philosophy and cinema, in her review of the exhibition 'Where Do We Migrate To?'