From Basic Income to a Four Day Week – How New Economic Ideas Could Change the Art World Opinion piece for frieze.com Read it here
I am a co-author of this major new book featuring over 400 artists. Published by Phaidon. The most extensive fully illustrated book of women artists ever published, Great Women Artists reflects an era … Continue reading
Available from Phaidon.com Twenty-five leading artist duos and collectives give insight into how and why to work collaboratively Art history is traditionally presented as the individual’s struggle for self-expression, yet … Continue reading
Radio talk about Co-Art and how collaborative art offers new insights into human relationships and the role of sharing in society. Available to listen on BBC iPlayer or to download … Continue reading
Contributions to Art Quarterly, Winter 2019: Interview with Ekow Eshun curator of ‘Africa State of Mind’ at the Royal West of England Academy, Bristol Preview of Athanasios Argianas at Camden … Continue reading
Interview with Judy Chicago for frieze on the occasion of her survey show at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead. Read it here.
Feature on the ultimate collector: Peggy Guggenheim, for The World of Interiors, The Collectors Issue, December 2019.
Caryl Churchill Knows How to Do Things with Words At the Royal Court, four new plays by the UK’s boldest dramatist ask urgent questions about the uses and abuses of … Continue reading
Preview of the Turner Prize 2019 for Art Quarterly, Autumn 2019
Profile on designer and artist Emily Forgot for World of Interiors, October 2019.