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I was first drawn to Budapest as a tourist, a love kept me coming back, and then I met someone who spoke the same artistic language and we started our first project, a non-hierarchical performance research group. I perceived the city to be open, avai …Read more
Photograph by Roger W licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 I arrived in Los Angeles in the sunshine and heat of August, and was struck immediately by the sheer size of the city, which sprawls in every direction along its network of freeways. It was quite a cu …Read more
Arizona born, Los Angeles-based Frankie Carino has been carving out a name for himself as an artist tearing at the traditions of photography, disobeying its materials and testing its presentation techniques. Lively, young and high spirited, Frankie i …Read more
A recent addition to the Los Angeles art community after a move down state from her old stomping ground of Oakland, Bunnie Reiss has set up studio and home in the district of Echo Park. We meet to talk about her recent transition and how she’s findin …Read more
Photo by Claire Dickinson Photo by Claire Dickinson Photo by Claire Dickinson Photo by Claire Dickinson Kelly-Lynn Jones has been making a name for herself in San Francisco as the founder of internationally renowned creative platform and store …Read more
Artist Juan Pablo Echeverri talks to Artquest about the art scene in Colombia and his own international practice. http://soundcloud.com/artquest/juan-pablo-echeverri-part-1 http://soundcloud.com/artquest/juan-pablo-echeverri-part-2 http://soundcloud. …Read more
Malba, Buenos Aires London-based artist Laura Malacart interviews artist/art historian Matilde Llambi Campbell at the Educational Department at Malba. Interviewed in 2012. Laura Malacart: Malba is an astounding museum dedicated to contemporary …Read more
In May 2010 artist Layla Curtis travelled to the rainforests of Borneo. Filming a Penan hunter’s solo journey through dense jungle near BaJawi, one of Borneo’s last remaining pristine rainforest wildernesses for a project, she also wrote about her ex …Read more