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Shirin Neshat invites you into her dreams. As a photographer and filmmaker, she embraces the surreal and allegorical, crafting black-and-white, non-linear worlds that immerse the viewer in her subconscious.
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you'd want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.
Anonymity (the concept) and letter writing (the practice) are two things you don't hear much about these days.
Meleko Mokgosi paints his subjects at just above life size. It's an artistic sleight of hand that makes the figures seem poised to step off the canvas and into the room—or, rather, float off into space.
"There's no way you can make a huge, inflatable, dying Fat Albert and not expect some people to be offended," Sanford Biggers tells us. As an interdisciplinary artist, Biggers has built a body of assertive body of work that doesn't pull punches.
Lorna Simpson has been at the forefront of conceptual art for over 30 years, and in that time, she has expanded the confines of art history with deft investigations of race, gender, sexuality, class, and performance.
Pat Steir is a full-time painter, but in another life, she was likely an acclaimed poet. She speaks with entrancing lyricism and deft art historical knowledge.
Author Alan Moore speaks to @chriswallace4 about his new 1300 pg novel Jerusalem (@LiverightPub) #InterviewPodcast https://t.co/rhjHLiHAV0