Text by Alise Upitis
Collings-James develops her practice through temporal and material planes, moving across a long spectral scale with propositions of geological time in her ceramics at one end and at the other the fleeting fugitive nature of her performances and collaborations. Text by Rindon Johnson
In conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist
Text by Charlie Fox
“The concept of ‘anti’ in anti-museum should be understood as the demolition of the physical walls and the building up of a spiritual house.” Johannes Cladders, 1967
Pipilotti Rist is the only person I know who chose her own name. Though born an Elisabeth, as a little girl she made people call her John or—for a whole year—Pierre, to see what it was like to be male, rejecting the stereotypes forced upon her by anatomy, biology, and culture. Text by Massimiliano Gioni
CURA. 26
Text by Loïc Le Gall
In conversation with Courtney Malick
Text by Margot Norton
in conversation with Yung Ma
Text by Maurin Dietrich
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
Turato’s work begins with employing her digital scraping skills to rid the Internet and 4G networks of their most poignant linguistic expressions. Text by Tom Engels
Text by Daria De Beauvais
Text by Asad Raza
Over the course of the first decade of the millennium, Elle Pérez made close to 30,000 images of the underground spaces of their Bronx punk community. They arrived as a show was being set up, then stayed through its crescendo and into its aftermath. Unlike the kind of archive that strives to contain and quarantine difference, Pérez accumulated theirs intuitively and without pretense to objective distance. 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
In the preceding room, painted a dewy rose pink (of the “it’s a girl!” variety), an arc was sketched in the air by a trio of life-size clothes mannequins gracefully diving backwards into (or leaping out of?) a miniature Jacuzzi tub of gurgling, dirt-yellow gunk. Text by Anya Harrison
Rózsa Zita Farkas
Text by Attilia Fattori Franchini
Text by manuel arturo abreu
Text by Rose Bouthillier
A gallery of 16th-17th Century Self-Portraits by women artists selected 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
Like other coeval works, Time After Time marks an important turning point in Sala’s career; it was around this time that he abandoned the words and narrative that characterized his early videos and began to focus on more abstract images. 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