Mumbai Gallerist Amrita Jhaveri’s Quarantine Reading List

Mumbai-based gallery Jhaveri Contemporary was established in 2010 by sisters Amrita and Priya Jhaveri with a focus on representing artists, across generations and nationalities, whose work is informed by South Asian connections and traditions. Platforming emerging voices alongside the diverse practices of long-celebrated luminaries, the gallery’s eclectic curatorial approach champions a uniquely layered and discursive…

Sadie Coles HQ Screens Martine Syms’ ‘Ugly Plymouths’ Online

Los Angeles born artist Martine Syms has earned wide recognition for a practice that combines conceptual grit, humour and social commentary. Using a combination of video, installation and performance, often interwoven with explorations into technique and narrative, Syms examines representations of Blackness and its relationship to vernacular, feminist thought, and radical traditions. The artist obtained…

Hayward Gallery Director Ralph Rugoff’s Quarantine Reading List

Curator Ralph Rugoff OBE has been the Director of London’s Hayward Gallery since 2006, and last year, curated the 58th Venice Biennale, entitled May You Live in Interesting Times. Since his appointment at the Hayward, Rugoff has overseen the institution’s rise to one of the city’s most important public art spaces. With his vision, the…

Studio Olafur Eliasson’s Quarantine Reading List

Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson consistently seeks to make his art relevant to society at large, engaging the public in striking ways both inside and outside the museum. For Eliasson, the potential of art is determined by the viewer’s own participation in and experience of the work. Covering a diverse range of media, from painting, sculpture,…

Hans-Ulrich Obrist’s Quarantine Reading List

Artistic Director of London’s Serpentine Galleries, Zurich-born curator, critic and art historian, Hans-Ulrich Obrist has established a reputation for being one of the most prolific and influential curators in the world. Since his first show “World Soup” (The Kitchen Show) in 1991 he has curated more than 300 diverse exhibitions. Among the titles he’s authored,…

Listen To Iggy Pop, Marilyn Minter, Jordan Wolfson & Takashi Murakami’s Bedtime Stories

The New Museum has launched a new project by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, called Bedtime Stories, featuring contributions from some of the most eminent names in art and culture, including Iggy Pop, Jeff Koons, Rashid Johnson, David Byrne, Takashi Murakami, Marilyn Minter, Elizabeth Peyton, Jordan Wolfson, Michael Stipe, and Maya Lin. Inviting friends and other artists and performers he admires to keep us…

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