Ahead of the opening of her Tate Britain Duveen Galleries commission The Squash, the Turner Prize nominee answers our Questionnaire
Ahead of the Oscars the director of the art world satire talks about making the real-life Square, the Swedish monarchy and male moral failure
Jace Clayton interviews Arthur Jafa about the politics of ﬁlmmaking, ‘black sites’ and learning how to surprise himself
Q: What should stay the same? A: ‘Nature, the earth.’
The Israeli-born American artist talks about his show inaugurating the Stockholm foundation's satellite space in Jaffa
With the sad news of the passing of Betty Woodman, revisiting her interview where she talked about ceramic histories and modern painting
Q: What should change? A: 'At the Moment, Britain's slow car crash into Brexit.'
An interview with Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory, on new ways for art institutions to work
Fifty years after its first outing, the artist reprises his legendary Walking Sculpture performance in the US
Founders of the Book Society in Seoul, Helen Ku and Lim Kyung Yong, talk about the origins of their bookshop and publishing house
Q: What do you like the look of? A: Water, always, in any weather. Calm, stormy, in the morning, at sunset, even at night.
Q: What do you wish you knew? A: ‘Why I find vacuuming the house so oddly gratifying.’
Fifty years on, Ellen Mara De Wachter retraces Robert Smithson’s journey to his home town of Passaic, New Jersey, in search of the monuments of his time
‘A way for my subconscious to play’: With her show at Hauser & Wirth, London, Lorna Simpson talks life, work, and being an artist in these times