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In Conversation

RICHARD LONG with Robert C. Morgan

Robert C Morgan poses questions to Richard Long on the occasion of Richard's two exhibitions, MUD HEAVEN, and FROM A ROLLING STONE TO NOW.

In Conversation

SUSAN BEE with Phong H. Bui

Phong H. Bui speaks with painter Susan Bee in her Brooklyn studio before her upcoming exhibit Anywhere Out of the World: New Paintings, 2017–2020 (postponed because of the coronavirus crisis) at A.I.R. Gallery.

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GRACIELA ITURBIDE with Sara Roffino

Sara Roffino meets with photographer Graciela Iturbide after the opening of her exhibition Graciela Iturbide’s Mexico at the National Museum of Women in the Arts to talk about intuition, time, and playing with death.

In Conversation

MERLIN JAMES with Louis Block

Louis Block speaks with painter and writer Merlin James in his Glasgow studio in the lead up to his forthcoming show, River at Sikkema Jenkins Gallery.

In Conversation

CRAIG KALPAKJIAN with Yasi Alipour

Craig Kalpakjian sits with Yasi Alipour for a discussion around politics, systems, student protests, graveyard maps, and Jacques Tati’s Playtime, and much more.

In Conversation

Letter from Dusseldorf

In the kitchen of a townhouse with a tall ceiling, Toby Kamps talks to Imi Knoebel, his wife Carmen, and his longtime manager and former proprietor of the city’s legendary art and music bar Ratinger Hof. Joining them is artist and activist Johannes Stüttgen, who was a classmate of Knoebel and who has remained a friend over the ensuing decades.

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