Maria Thereza Alves, Don Genaro Amaro Altamirano, Ana Bilbao
Maria Thereza Alves and Don Genaro Amaro Altamirano were joined by Ana Bilbao to discuss The Return of a Lake (2012), a work by Alves produced in collaboration with the Museo Comunitario del Valle de Xico, Mexico.
To coincide with the publication of Anti-Shows: APTART 1982–84, Maja Fowkes and Reuben Fowkes survey the chaotic landscape of unofficial, apartment and ‘alternative’ art in Eastern Europe during the 1980s.
First published to accompany Phase (I) of ‘We Are the Center for Curatorial Studies’, at the Hessel Museum of Art, NY, Chris Kraus draws on the lives and work of Julie Becker, Arthur Felberbaum and Ruth Maleczech, amongst others, in a series of eight short and speculative reflections.
On the occasion of his first major survey show Nicholas Mangan talks to George Clark about his installation practice, reflecting on humanity’s relationship with the natural environment and the complex dynamics of the global political economy.
Ger van Elk has died aged 73. His passing is a great loss to the Dutch and international art world and we are remembering him by making an interview from our first Exhibition Histories book available here.
Roshan Kumar Mogali reflects on the recent exhibition ‘India Re-Worlded: Seventy Years of Investigating a Nation’ at Gallery Odyssey in Mumbai on the occasion of the seventieth anniversary of the country's independence.
Carlos Garrido Castellano reviews Gregory Sholette’s 2017 book Delirium and Resistance, using examples of activist organisations and projects to discuss questions of praxis in Sholette’s artistic, political and theoretical work.
Jennifer Boyd reviews ‘Anu Põder: Be Fragile! Be Brave!’, an exhibition that places Estonian sculptor Põder in dialogue with an international group of artists: Ana Mendieta, Alina Szapocznikow, Ursula Mayer, Iza Tarasewicz and Katrin Koskaru.