On Nadya Tolokonnikova
“What is the point of revolution that leads right back to finance bros getting all the benefit? … This is the first time when anarchy is not just a promise, it’s actually something achievable.”
In Conversation with Thomas Ruff
“I wanted to create visionary images where we cannot tell what is what, what is organic and what is nonorganic, where you have no idea of the scale. Something you haven’t seen before.”
The Brooklyn Rail
On Yasi Alipour
“We don’t tend to think of mathematics as a historical language or even as an aspect of colonialism. We think it exists outside of language, politics and the social.”
On Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux
In this podcast, contemporary artists Elizabeth Colomba, Delphine Diallo and Fabienne Kanor speak about representations of the Black figure in Western art.
Written by Melissa Smith.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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.