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Liza Lou’s ‘Beautiful Little Bunker’ in Joshua Tree
Liza Lou’s ‘Beautiful Little Bunker’ in Joshua Tree

Victoria Woodcock of the Financial Times speaks with Liza Lou about her Joshua Tree, California studio, and how its surrounding landscape has influenced her practice.

Tour Teresita Fernández’s Multi-Level Brooklyn Studio
Tour Teresita Fernández’s Multi-Level Brooklyn Studio

Working on the same Brooklyn site since the late 1990s, Teresita Fernández gives Galerie a look at her recently renovated studio space.

How Helen Pashgian Stays Resilient
How Helen Pashgian Stays Resilient

In WSJ. Magazineʼs monthly Soapbox column, Helen Pashigan weighs in on what resiliency means to her.

The Art Angle Podcast: Writer Roxane Gay on What Art Can Teach Us About Trauma and Healing
The Art Angle Podcast: Writer Roxane Gay on What Art Can Teach Us About Trauma and Healing

Roxane Gay speaks with Artnet News about the work of Calida Rawles, and her upcoming essay on the artist’s painting High Tide, Heavy Armor.

Art Exhibitions in London and Around the UK this Weekend
Art Exhibitions in London and Around the UK this Weekend

Wallpaper* highlights Liza Lou: Desire Lines as a top exhibition in London, praising the artist’s “staggering and tireless commitment to her craft and materials.”

3 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now
3 Art Gallery Shows to See Right Now

The New York Times’ Will Heinrich lists McArthur Binion’s Modern:Ancient:Brown as a top show of the week, calling the exhibition “absorbing” and “glorious.”

What I Buy and Why: Art Dealer Carla Camacho on the Best Collecting Advice She Ever Received, and Why She Likes to Shop at Work
What I Buy and Why: Art Dealer Carla Camacho on the Best Collecting Advice She Ever Received, and Why She Likes to Shop at Work

The Lehmann Maupin partner tells Artnet News about her collection and which artists she’s coveting.

The Textile Artists Taking Needlework to the Next Level
The Textile Artists Taking Needlework to the Next Level

The Financial Times interviews Johannesburg-based artist Billie Zangewa about her silk collages and the rise of textile as medium.

Liza Lou Reflects on Three Decades of Making Wondrous Works from Tiny Glass Beads
Liza Lou Reflects on Three Decades of Making Wondrous Works from Tiny Glass Beads

The California-based artist speaks with Osman Can Yerebakan for Artsy about how her natural surroundings inspired the works featured in Desire Lines, now open at Lehmann Maupin London.

In the studio with… Gilbert & George
In the studio with… Gilbert & George

Gilbert & George talk with Apollo Magazine about their studio practice, making work during quarantine, and their new show at Lehmann Maupin New York.

Calida Rawles: ‘I use soft colours people wouldn’t associate with black men’
Calida Rawles: ‘I use soft colours people wouldn’t associate with black men’

The LA-based painter talks with the Financial Times about how her hyper-realistic work reflects and challenges society’s ideas about black lives.

McArthur Binion with David Rhodes
McArthur Binion with David Rhodes

McArthur Binion in conversation with David Rhodes in The Brooklyn Rail, ahead of the opening of his new exhibition, Modern:Ancient:Brown at Lehmann Maupin New York.

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