Art Monthly Talk Show

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Sinopsis

Art Monthly's regular visual art discussion programme presented by Matt Hale and Chris McCormack broadcast by Resonance FM. Each month writers from the London-based contemporary art magazine discuss topics featured in the current issue.

Episodios

  • John Smith

    14/06/2021 Duración: 58min

    Artist John Smith discusses his pandemic-era video works ‘Citadel’ and ‘Covid Messages’ with writer Alexandra Hull.

  • Tom Denman

    10/05/2021 Duración: 53min

    Tom Denman argues that further colonial and racial violences are at play in the institutional framing of so-called post-race and post-black discourses in the US and the UK.

  • Adam Heardman, Tess Charnley & Saim Demircan

    12/04/2021 Duración: 58min

    Adam Heardman, Tess Charnley & Saim Demircan on the use of advertising space by artists, the ‘Framework for Resilience’ discussion at Fact and ART CLUB2000 at Artists Space.

  • Chris Clarke, Bob Dickinson & Lauren Velvick

    08/03/2021 Duración: 59min

    Chris Clarke on his interview with Phil Collins; Bob Dickinson asks can we free ourselves from capitalist pressures to keep working; Lauren Velvick on artist Jade Montserrat.

  • Morgan Quaintance, Stephanie Schwartz & Conal McStravick

    08/02/2021 Duración: 57min

    Morgan Quaintance, Stephanie Schwartz and Conal McStravick on art-world manoeuvres over the past decade, photography books by David Levi Strauss and Jörg Colberg, and the work of Scottish artist Jamie Crewe.

  • Morgan Quaintance, Izabella Scott & Gwen Burlington

    14/12/2020 Duración: 01h34s

    Morgan Quaintance, Izabella Scott & Gwen Burlington on the ever-widening gap in the UK art world between social, cultural and political realities; artists’ responses to the US’s denial of its colonial history; and the recent work of Irish artist Eimear Walshe.

  • Tom Denman & Sophie J Williamson

    09/11/2020 Duración: 53min

    Tom Denman and Sophie J Williamson discuss artists who counteract paradigms of racial representation, and also those who reveal unspoken taboos in art through the intimacy of being with someone dying.

  • Mark Wilsher & Adam Heardman

    12/10/2020 Duración: 55min

    Mark Wilsher and Adan Heardman consider the notion of presence in art during a pandemic and discuss Elizabeth Price’s Artangel video installation ‘Slow Dans’.

  • Amy Budd & Frances Whorrall-Campbell

    14/09/2020 Duración: 59min

    Amy Budd & Frances Whorrall-Campbell on Onyeka Igwe’s work exploring her family’s Nigerian history, and the changing way that pandemics have been televised by artists, from Stuart Marshall’s Bright Eyes during the AIDS crisis in 1984 to Grayson Perry’s response to Covid-19, Grayson’s Art Club.

  • Bob Dickinson & Sophie J Williamson

    13/07/2020 Duración: 53min

    Bob Dickinson & Sophie J Williamson discuss the home in art as a place of haunted obsession, and explore silence not as a retreat from the world but as a state from which to enact protest.

  • Morgan Quaintance, Khairani Barokka & John Douglas Millar

    08/06/2020 Duración: 48min

    Morgan Quaintance, Khairani Barokka & John Douglas Millar discuss the current rush to online content and the failings of prescriptive commissioning policies, ableism in the art world, and new books by Olivia Laing and Paul B Preciado.

  • Adam Heardman & Adam Hines-Green

    11/05/2020 Duración: 57min

    Adam Heardman and Adam Hines-Green discuss art, labour and the fall of the Red Wall in the north of England, and Steve McQueen’s locked-down exhibition at Tate Modern.

  • John Douglas Millar, Andrew Wilson & Morgan Quaintance

    13/04/2020 Duración: 58min

    John Douglas Millar, Andrew Wilson and Morgan Quaintance discuss David Wojnarowicz’s New York, Genesis P-Orridge and the western art world’s blinkered approach to decolonialism.

  • Luisa Lorenza Corna, Kathryn Lloyd & Conal McStravick

    09/03/2020 Duración: 54min

    Luisa Lorenza Corna, Kathryn Lloyd & Conal McStravick ask what has happened to feminism, discuss the work of artist-filmmaker Sophie Cundale and consider two books that examine the work of David Wojnarowicz in relation to New York’s changing waterfront.

  • Adam Hines-Green & Hana Noorali

    10/02/2020 Duración: 54min

    Adam Hines-Green & Hana Noorali discuss the work of German–Vietnamese artist Sung Tieu and the exhibition ‘A.O.–B.C. An Audiovisual Diary’ at State of Concept in Athens.

  • Lizzie Homersham, Elisa Adami, Vera Mey & Amna Malik

    09/12/2019 Duración: 59min

    Lizzie Homersham, Elisa Adami, Vera Mey and Amna Malik discuss the changing nature of intimacy and its reflection in art, Anne Boyer’s book ‘The Undying’, the 15th Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival and the photographic project The Found Archive of Hani Jawherieh.

  • Morgan Quaintance, Elisabetta Fabrizi & George Vasey

    11/11/2019 Duración: 58min

    Morgan Quaintance, Elisabetta Fabrizi & George Vasey analyse the problems with Kara Walker’s Turbine Hall commission at Tate Modern, discuss the BFI London Film Festival’s Experimenta strand and explore the coercive role of images as revealed in the work of video artist Imran Perretta.

  • Virginia Whiles, Sarah Jury & Jack Smurthwaite

    14/10/2019 Duración: 55min

    Virginia Whiles, Sarah Jury and Jack Smurthwaite discuss the work of Pakistani-born video artist Bani Abidi, the need for safety protocols to protect participants in live art works known as larps (Live Action Role Plays), and Dave Beech’s book ‘Art and Postcapitalism – Aesthetic Labour, Automation and Value Production’.

  • Jonathan P Watts, Louisa Lee & Laura Harris

    09/09/2019 Duración: 57min

    Jonathan P Watts, Louisa Lee and Laura Harris discuss British art 1976–95, BANK, Jef Cornelis’s art documentaries, and pay & conditions in the art world.

  • Giulia Smith, Erika Balsom, Vladimir Seput & Conal McStravick

    08/07/2019 Duración: 56min

    Giulia Smith, Erika Balsom, Vladimir Seput & Conal McStravick discuss the ‘Civic Duty’ exhibition at Cell Project Space, Lis Rhodes’s exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen’s exhibition at Peltz Gallery, and queerness and gentrification.

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