Installation view of The 4th (2012–17) and THE TIMES THAY AINT A CHANGING, FAST ENOUGH! (2017), by Henry Taylor, at the Whitney Biennial 2017. Collection of the artist; courtesy Blum & Poe, Los Angeles/New York/Tokyo | Collection of the artist; courtesy Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, and Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York

The Whitney Biennial in counterpoint

Dana Schutz’s controversial painting of Emmett Till has dominated the headlines, at the expense of other interesting contributions

12 Apr 2017
Street Scene, (1958), Mimi Gross. Photo: Jeffrey Sturges; courtesy the artist

Remembering a time when New York’s art scene was run by artists

It’s about time the city’s early artist-led spaces were re-evaluated

13 Mar 2017
Untitled (detail; 2016), Kai Althoff.

Kai Althoff reveals the pain and the privilege of being an artist

‘I cannot defend or think of it as something people need to see or bother with’

19 Oct 2016

A long hard look at Ryan Gander: An interview with the artist

Ryan Gander’s new exhibition at the Lisson Gallery turns the spectator into the spectacle

27 Sep 2016
Michael Joo at EVA International 2016. Photo: Sean Curtin

Meditations on migration: Michael Joo at the Smithsonian

In his new installation in Washington the artist the has produced a powerful meditation on diaspora and resilience

13 Jul 2016