The OffenceBy Karolina Breguła
An excerpt from Karolina Breguła’s short film about a Hungarian town’s fear of modernity.
Dancing With the Machine: Studio Visit With Jonah BokaerBy Johanna Sluiter
Jonah Bokaer’s immersive performances explore relationships between technology and the body.
Blacked Out in UkraineLarissa Babij in conversation with Nikita Kadan
The artist and curator talk censorship in the arts and Ukraine’s crackdown.
Field Visits for Chelsea ManningBy Lance Wakeling
An excerpt from Lance Wakeling’s upcoming film, which features the locations where the former Army intelligence analyst was detained.
Richard: The Readymade Made AvailableBy Eriola Pira
A catalog of objects, ideas, and image, Richard revisits the readymade and its emancipatory potential.
Let’s Get to Know Each Other:
By Samuel Jablon
Studio Visit With Einat Amir
Jerusalem-born artist Einat Amir creates environments for strangers to interact.
Art is a ProblemBy Joshua Decter
Joshua Decter grapples with art’s inherent contradictions; the Los Angeles race riots; and a contemporary artist’s social allegories in response to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in Art is a Problem.
More Problems?Chelsea Haines interviews Joshua Decter
Joshua Decter on the intersection of doubt and commitment in art.
Other Peoples’ Objects:
By Chelsea Haines
Studio Visit With Cheon pyo Lee
Cheon pyo Lee charts the idiosyncratic nature of value.
Between You and MeBy Chelsea Haines
Can the art world embrace straight talk, or is it doomed to sound liked poorly translated French?
YoutopiaBy Danial Nord
Youtopia is part of Presented Without Interruption, a monthly video series curated by Guernica‘s art editors.
Brothers in ArtsArtwork by the Gao Brothers
Evading Chinese censorship, the Gao Brothers challenge authority through sculpture, painting, performance, and photography.
Edward Burtynsky’s WaterBy Eriola Pira
The landscape of human impact.
Particulate MatterBy Jake Longstreth
Artwork as a form of environmental criticism.
Two RiversGlenna Gordon interviews Carolyn Drake, with text by Elif Batuman
The photographer’s new book defies borders and conventions in central Asia.
A Re-Imagined PalestineHaniya Rae interviews Larissa Sansour
Larissa Sansour explores the Palestinian condition by using science fiction in her films and photography.
AssemblyBy Glenna Gordon, with photographs by Andrea Stern
Performance as Play: Children Pursuing Their Calling.
Bringing Up SunnyText by Anne Ishii, images by Taiyo Matsumoto
A champion for the bildungsroman publishes his first confessional novel based on his childhood.
What RemainsPhotography by Cihad Caner, text by Glenna Gordon
In Syria, a photographer captures his subjects’ pleas for normal life against the backdrop of the war-weary landscape.
Vipralambha (Union Through Separation)By Simon Coates and Zahra Jewanjee
Two Dubai-based artists explore a history of political and social tension through border-crossing sounds.
Mapping MarginalityBy Denis Wood
The radical geographer explores the hidden, unmapped stories of his neighborhood in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Heavyweight PaintHaniya Rae interviews Jerome Lagarrigue, Joseph Adolphe, Taha Clayton, and Tim Okamura
Four painters on the complexities of categorization via nationality, race, and subject.
No Justice for AllBy Sabrina Jones and Marc Mauer
Race and justice in America are inextricably linked.
Bird and StoneHaniya Rae interviews Adel Abidin
Conveying an Iraqi tragedy through form, motion, and sound.
Radical TransgenderismPhotographs by Elle Pérez
Bronx-born, Puerto Rican photographer Elle Pérez explores queer identity in rural Tennessee.
Images from an Unfathomable PlaceSara Yu interviews Hyon Gyon Park
The mixed-material artist on the catharsis of Korean shamanism and why “the process of purification” is her natural subject matter.
Trompe l’oeilsBy Julia Pfeiffer
The multiform artist creates mixed-material worlds from ceramics, drawing, and photography.
Studio Visit: Adrián SonniMiddle Mind Project interviews Adrián Sonni
The Argentine muralist on using the city as a canvas.
Who’s Got the Address?Text by Amitava Kumar, photographs by Teju Cole
Amitava Kumar and Teju Cole collaborate on an ekphrastic project exploring how Cole’s paired images intersect with the works of artists ranging from Sontag to Singh.
An American Revolution RevolutionBy Shawn Huckins
Imagine what George & Co. could have done with the internet. Or not.