In Conversation with Hugo McCloud
The artist’s works in plastic—as well as his large-scale abstractions made with metal, tar and other industrial materials—speak to a global system of labor, the everyday pursuit of beauty and the resiliency of the human spirit.
On Ahmed Morsi
Often characterized simplistically as an Egyptian Surrealist, Morsi presents a more compelling synthesis of various aesthetic and literary traditions in his work.
On Chris Oh
Oh’s wondrous “copies” re-inject enigma into the mundane, extending the potentiality of historical visions not yet exhausted.
On László Krasznahorkai
The latest experimental thriller from the prize-winning Hungarian author propagates its subjects’ paranoia within the reader’s mind in an attempt to orate a poetic form of pre-Platonic consciousness.