Interview with Njideka Akunyili Crosby
In her essay ‘Arts of the Contact Zone’ (1991), Mary Louise Pratt identified ‘social spaces where cultures meet, clash and grapple...
The day’s third hotel suite faced westwards across the harbour, its picture window looking down over the boats and yachts...
‘We have received around 150 of them,’ Massimo Osanna tells me, as we peer into four small crates stuffed full...
Nothing Old, Nothing, New, Nothing, Borrowed, Nothing Blue
look at your kitchen look at your kitchen oh my god look at your kitchen it’s delightful only wait ’til you hear what my husband...
The Green Ray
I guess it must be the flag of my disposition, out of hopeful green stuff woven. Walt...
Issue No. 12
Interview with Yvonne Rainer
TWO DAYS BEFORE WE WERE SCHEDULED TO MEET, Yvonne Rainer walked into the gallery I was looking after for a...
Amy Sillman: The Labour of Painting
Paige K. Bradley
The heritage of conceptualism and minimalism leaves a tendency to interpret a reduction in form as intellectually rigorous. If...
Paris at Night
The picturesque lightshow that, once the sun has set, takes place on the hour, every hour, when the Eiffel Tower...
Issue No. 17
When King Carol II of Romania set foot on the tiny Danubian island of Ada Kaleh on 4 May 1931,...