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Alex Prager: “We're Basically in a Zombie Apocalypse Right Now”
Alex Prager: “We're Basically in a Zombie Apocalypse Right Now”

In Harper’s Bazaar, writer Brooke Theis interviews Alex Prager about her new show and body of work, noting the “sense of excitement [that] is tangible in every one of Prager’s pictures – for within each one is a never-ending story.”

Alex Prager’s Photographs are Full of True Lies
Alex Prager’s Photographs are Full of True Lies

Melanie Gerlis of the Financial Times interviews artist Alex Prager in advance of her London opening, and describes the new series of work as a “powerful way to encapsulate the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.”

Top Art News in Korea
Top Art News in Korea

In a look back at 2021’s most exciting headlines, The Korea Times features the gallery’s upcoming expansion to Seoul’s Hannam-dong neighborhood.

Three Days in Doha: Art, Sport, Desert, Heat
Three Days in Doha: Art, Sport, Desert, Heat

Harriet Lloyd Smith of Wallpaper* recommends a visit to Kater Attia: On Silence, now on view at Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art.  

Tony Oursler on Elves, UFOs and the Corporate Psychic Monopoly
Tony Oursler on Elves, UFOs and the Corporate Psychic Monopoly

The New York-based artist answers the frieze questionnaire in the magazine’s first print issue of 2022.

McArthur Binion on How He Kept the Faith in Abstract Painting
McArthur Binion on How He Kept the Faith in Abstract Painting

In Artnet News, Folasade Ologundudu interviews artist McArthur Binion creating a career on his own terms, and how he is determined to pay it forward.

Editors’ Picks: 11 Events for Your Art Calendar
Editors’ Picks: 11 Events for Your Art Calendar

Sarah Cascone of Artnet News highlights Helen Pashgian: Spheres and Lenses as one of the most important gallery shows to see before the end of 2021.

Artist Erwin Wurm’s European Homes Are Full of Midcentury Treasures
Artist Erwin Wurm’s European Homes Are Full of Midcentury Treasures

The Wall Street Journal visits the Austrian artist in his one-of-a-kind homes across Greece and Austria.

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