FEATURES

Nairy Baghramian’s Alien Furniture

Article by Isabelle Hore-Thorburn // Nov. 13, 2018
‘Vitrine Rafraîchirée’ is Nairy Baghramian’s third solo show at Galerie Buchholz. The exhibition continues the artist’s questioning of the role of the viewer in institutional critique[read on]


Alienation and Agency at NOME

Article by Isabelle Hore-Thorburn // Nov. 09, 2018
Bridle has gathered artists to “critically engage with the most technologically complex and politically pressing issues of our times.” These artists invoke the mystical and magical[read on]


£100 Idea: An Interview with Gideon Vass

Interview by Brit Seaton // Oct. 09, 2018
Most of us probably haven’t asked our neighbour for a cup of sugar, let alone asked them what they’d do with a cash sum of £100. In September 2017, the latter request floated through the letterboxes[read on]


A Hands-Off Exploration of ‘Touch’ at nGbK

Article by Isabelle Hore-Thorburn // Oct. 05, 2018
A rose-pink chainlink curtain demarcates the entrance to ‘Touch’ at nGbK. Walking through the threshold of the exhibition, I touch and am touched by Ruth Buchanan’s work, Split, Splits, Splitting[read on]


The Bitterness of the Global Care Chain

Article by Isabelle Hore-Thorburn // Sept. 28, 2018
‘Bitter Things: Narratives and Memories of Transnational Families’ at Archive Kabinett examines the significance of things and objects for families separated by the global care chain[read on]