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A Man Ahead of His Time: The Silent Films of Oscar Micheaux, Through the Lens of Juneteenth
‘If I were to just show the beauty of who and what we are and celebrate certain identities without touching some of the scars that make us who we...
Manto Tupinambá: Memories
On the occasion of ‘Lygia Pape: Tupinambá,’ the first solo exhibition in Los Angeles of the work of Lygia Pape (1927-2004), Ursula revisits a...
In the 60 years since its creation, Piero Manzoni’s ‘Merda d’artista’ has inspired a vast range of reactions, from the shock and scandal it...
London and New York: Frank Bowling on his transatlantic art
Frank Bowling’s painting practice is a tale of two cities: for the last 50 years, the artist has continually reinvented abstraction on the painted...
Find a Way to Build Love
To mark the release of a new print edition by Rashid Johnson on Earth Day to raise money for the organizations Art for Acres and the 14+...
On the occasion of the exhibition ‘Paul McCarthy: A&E Sessions – Drawing and Painting with Lilith Stangenberg’ at Hauser & Wirth New York, 22nd...
Sophie Taeuber-Arp & Hans Arp: Cooperations—Collaborations
The making of books is most often a collaborative effort: someone to write, to edit, to design, to print, to publish—each of these facets often...
The Art of Conservation
Intermezzo: Dreaming of Opera’s Return
Phyllida Barlow: the edges of things
‘London has become a stage,’ Phyllida Barlow wrote in 2020, ‘buildings are watchful, the street lighting dramatic, their gleam spilling onto the...
The Art of Sustenance
For the cover story of the inaugural issue of ‘Ursula’ magazine in 2018, Linda Goode Bryant—gallery founder, curator, filmmaker and activist—sat...
The Location of the Self
A conversation between novelist Ottessa Moshfegh and painter Avery Singer about the puzzle of consciousness, the limits of form, the clarity of...
Attached to the World: Piet Oudolf on the Garden of Life
A pioneer of the New Perennial Movement in gardening and landscape design, which emphasizes naturalistic plantings that work symbiotically with...
Confronted with a Choice
In ‘Art Strike of 1977–80,’ Gustav Metzger's radical appeal to fellow artists issued in 1974, Metzger wrote: ‘The refusal to labor is the chief...
Stories and Pictures: Charlotte Burns in Conversation with Naomi Beckwith
In a new recurring feature for Ursula magazine, Charlotte Burns talks with curators about how they are adapting to the current climate.
Hans Ulrich Obrist and Kimberly Drew in conversation
Since their first meeting in 1985, Maria Lassnig and Hans Ulrich Obrist went on to develop a unique relationship over the course of three decades,...
The Possibilities of Sculpture: Sabine Breitwieser on Isa Genzken
For our 2020 Isa Genzken exhibition ‘Window’ at Hauser & Wirth London, Sabine Breitwieser sheds light on the German sculptor’s ever-evolving...
Roni Horn and Matthew Barney in conversation
Matthew Barney talks with Roni Horn in upstate New York from the Sawtooth Valley in Idaho, where the surrounding nature seeps to the surface of...
Zoe Leonard’s ‘I want a president’
Zoe Leonard’s oft-cited work, ‘I want a president’ was written by the artist in 1992 in response to poet Eileen Myles’s presidential bid alongside...
The Syntax Itself: Marko Nikodijević, Nikolaus Bachler and Olivier Renaud-Clément in conversation
I discovered the Serbian-born composer Marko Nikodijević more than a year ago at Teatro alla Scala in Milan. After an extraordinary interpretation...
In the Same Space: A conversation with Charles Gaines, Thelma Golden, Laura Owens, and Gary Simmons
On Sunday 3 November 2019, we hosted an afternoon panel in our Los Angeles gallery public garden featuring noted American artist, educator, and...
Mussolini’s Microphone: A conversazione between Maurizio Cattelan and Fabio Mauri
In a career that lasted more than half a century, Fabio Mauri, one of the most prominent members of the postwar Italian avant-garde, used his...
Manila Bentley: a fake interview with Rita Ackermann
Coinciding with her New York exhibition, Hauser & Wirth Publishers presents 'Rita Ackermann: Mama'. The publication features contributions by the...
Six decades in the art world: Calvin Tomkins sits down with Randy Kennedy
In Eugene O’Neill’s unfinished play ‘The Calms of Capricorn,’ the protagonist Ethan Harford, second mate aboard a clipper bound for California, is...
In Conversation: ‘Jack Whitten. Transitional Space. A Drawing Survey.’ with Phong Bui, Kelly Baum, and Julie Mehretu
On the occasion of the first major survey dedicated to the artist's works on paper, Phong Bui, Kelly Baum, and Julie Mehretu discussed Whitten's...
Bibliotheca Hermetica: Mario Diacono and the arts of alchemy
Poet, essayist and gallerist Mario Diacono, on the cusp of his 90th year, has led one of the most unusual lives in postwar contemporary art,...
The Wooster Group: Getting Down to the Confrontation
Founded in 1975 as the Performance Group, an avant-garde downtown Manhattan theater company, the Wooster Group has become one of the most...
Paul McCarthy and Tala Madani on the Power of Seditious Art
Paul McCarthy is one of the most revered and fearless artists of his generation. For almost half a century, he has made work that, as he has said,...
Leave a Little Space
Two years ago, during the Venice Biennale, Pinault Collection curator Caroline Bourgeois and I were invited to an unusual event, a symphonic...
Charles Dowding and Alice Workman on our Somerset Pumpkin Festival
The last joys of summer are ceding to cooler and darker days, making way for the autumn season at Hauser & Wirth Somerset. Every year, the local...