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Jamila Johnson-Small emanates a magnetic force that captures and surprises as soon as one is in her presence. The written dramaturgy is suddenly raised by the emotion that the artist conveys in that moment, and her performances turn into a space of communion with her mesmerized audience. Text by Vittoria Matarrese
In his multi-layered practice spanning photography, film, installation, sculpture and drawing, Mohamed Bourouissa (born in Blida, Algeria in 1978, lives and works in Gennevilliers, France) addresses systems of power and domination, and questions the circulation of images, ideas and money. Text by Martha Kirszenbaum
Text by Adriana Blidaru
In conversation with Vincent Honoré
Text by Tom Engels
Text by Daria De Beauvais
Text by Asad Raza
Text by Natasha Marie Llorens
Text by Ingrid Luquet-Gad
Text by Whitney Mallett
Text by Laura McLean Ferris
Text by Whitney Mallett
Text by Cloé Perrone
Text by Rahel Aima
Text by Anya Harrison
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Rózsa Zita Farkas
Text by Attilia Fattori Franchini
Text by manuel arturo abreu
Text by Rose Bouthillier
by Simon Castets
Text by Natasha Stagg
Kunsthalle Basel
On the occasion of the exhibition Cite Your Sources - on view at Chisenhale Gallery London until June 9 - we are sharing a conversation between Mandy El-Sayegh and Piper Marshall published on CURA.30
(CURA.30) "... I don’t know… it’s confusing. How much of working as an artist is about someone’s investment in the concept of the artist as a person, and how much is actually about the work?" Ryan McNamara in conversation with Hannah Black
You would be forgiven for thinking that Justin Fitzpatrick believes in the ‘hydraulic view of sexuality’—that uncontrollable desire that builds up inside us like steam, driving our actions which, if it were to be released without restriction, would transform society. Text by Paul Clinton
Text by Massimiliano Gioni
Laure Prouvost by Martha Kirszenbaum
Text by Courtney Malick
The valley is for me a place of constant learning and, as an obvious consequence, a place to produce my work and actions: it makes me aware of the possibilities of life, and I am always exploring its limits. I always need to get back to it. It is a model that many can appreciate, simply by sharing it. Fabrice Hyber in conversation with Chiara Parisi
Text by Ceci Moss
On the occasion of the exhibition Ne voulais prendre ni forme, ni chair, ni matière - on view at IAC, Institut d'art contemporain Villeurbanne/Rhône-Alpes until April 28 - we are sharing a conversation between Daniel Steegmann Mangrané and Rivet (Sarah Demeuse & Manuela Moscoso) published on CURA.29
by Francesco Stocchi
In conversation with Margot Norton
When Deller’s art deals with music, it seems to describe a world I knew well in my teens: a more or less alternative scene, where the itch for independence often went hand in hand with a sense of melancholy and loneliness, of not fitting in, which was also a political statement of nonconformity and rebellion. Text by Massimiliano Gioni
by Anna Gritz
In conversation with Vincent Honoré
Special commission CURA.29
In conversation with Vincent Honoré
In conversation with Lena Saraj
by Piper Marshall
Made using a combination of digital photography, 3D scanning, sculpting, and printing technologies, the work is the fourth in a series of figurative sculptures that Benson has been producing for the last thirteen years. Text by Olivian Cha
by Francesca Gavin
In conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist
In conversation with Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel
Anna K.E. in conversation with Margot Norton
in conversation with Anna Gritz
Text by Whitney Mallett
CURA.28
by Kat Herriman
by Travis Diehl
(CURA. 28) Enter Paul Sepuya whose art stands like a lighthouse blinking in this storm. Sepuya’s use of his own body in his photographs is both an act of transparency as well as an assertion that his humanity is behind the work, not an algorithm, app or third party. Text by Nikki Darling
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