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A Nest for Learning
We asked Lola Mercadal, Head of Front Desk at Hauser & Wirth Menorca, to tell us about the Education Lab, an initiative for local art...
The Radar: Summer Exhibition Roundup
In a special installment of The Radar—a recurring feature in Ursula of uncommon cultural recommendations from across the world—we asked a group of...
The Radar: Adeline Ooi
In this installment of The Radar—our uncommon cultural recommendations from around the globe and across the decades—Adeline Ooi, Director Asia of...
Mei Kawajiri: Tiny Canvases
Born in Kyoto, nail artist Mei Kawajiri has made a name for herself through her intricate creations on the fingertips of major figures in the...
‘It Could’ve Been Me...It Could Be Me’
After a year of dormancy brought on by the pandemic, our dynamic, multi-use space in Downtown Los Angeles was revived with a special collaborative...
The Radar: Manuela Wirth
In this week’s installment of The Radar—our uncommon cultural pointers from near and far—Manuela Wirth recommends ‘SanPa: Sins of the Savior,’...
Glenn Ligon on ‘Grief and Grievance: Art and Mourning in America’
The Radar: Laila Gohar
The renowned food artist shares a clip that’s stayed on her mind.
The Radar: Dagny Corcoran
In this week’s installment of The Radar, renowned Los Angeles art bookseller Dagny Corcoran takes us back to 1950, to the magic circle of Black...
The Radar: Francesco Bonami
For this week’s installment of our newest Ursula feature, The Radar, curator, writer and (more recently) emerging artist Francesco Bonami shares...
The Radar: Hou Hanru
Introducing a new Ursula feature, which will regularly bring you uncommon cultural recommendations—the brand-new and the vintage, the analog and...
Blow in the Wind: Yang Hao responds to Lorna Simpson’s ‘Special Characters’
Born in Chongqing, China, choreographer and dancer Yang Hao’s work explores new forms of performance, intertwining contemporary dance and spoken...
From California: Diana Thater
Over the past three months, Diana Thater created a series of videos in her garden at home in Altadena, presented here for the first time. Though a...
From Zurich: Pipilotti Rist’s Playlist
Slow showers of vivid color tones permeate the moving, sonic and spatial video works of Pipilotti Rist. Audio is an integral component in her...
Anna Maria Maiolino’s Spaghetti alla Puttanesca
Italian-born artist Anna Maria Maiolino’s shares a recipe for a personal twist on spaghetti alla puttanesca, a deeply flavorful dish made with...
From Berlin: David Zink Yi’s Lockdown Playlist
Projected onto the floor of Hauser & Wirth Zürich in 2013 was an 11-part video installation of Cuban musicians, alive with the energy of piano...
From Vancouver: Rodney Graham’s Lockdown Playlist
Including tracks ‘I Wish I Never Saw The Sunshine’ and ‘I’m the Loneliest Fool’, Rodney Graham’s honesty and much-needed droll runs through his...
From Ghent: Berlinde De Bruyckere
Read and listen to Belgian artist Berlinde De Bruyckere’s moving and meditative thoughts on a painting for consolation and the Maria Vespers...
From a Distance: smiles are the medicine
From an anonymous contributor, a visual diary of some things that have caught the eye and provided a diversion during days in isolation. The page...
From London: Stefan Brüggemann
We visit the London home studio of Mexican-German artist Stefan Brüggemann, who shares his latest body of works in gold, created during isolation.
Jack Whitten on Arshile Gorky
The final work created by Jack Whitten before his passing in January 2018 is a memorial to Arshile Gorky. Shimmering with brilliantly colored...
Distanced Figures: George Condo
We visit George Condo at his home studio where he provides an insight into the cathartic experience of art-making during lockdown. Condo’s...
Rashid Johnson’s Baby Back Ribs
Exploring shared cultural identities and personal narratives, Rashid Johnson’s work is preoccupied with ideas that form an artistic toolkit for...
From New York: Rita Ackermann
Citing quarantine as an ideal time for collaboration with loved ones, Rita Ackermann shares a video made in collaboration with her husband Daniel...
From London: Martin Creed
Martin Creed performing some new and old songs from his home in London to mark the launch of ‘Dispatches’, our new series of online exhibitions,...
Art Sounds: George Condo
For our ‘Art Sounds’ initiative, the celebrated American-Canadian violinist and partner of George Condo, Leila Josefowicz, responds to ‘Parallel...
From Los Angeles: Luchita Hurtado
The artist, who turned 99 last fall, offers some reassuring words, along with a call to action, from her home studio in Santa Monica.
From Shanghai: Zhang Enli
We visit Zhang Enli at home in Shanghai, where he updates us on his current situation and shares his favorite Chinese pancake recipe.
From Buenos Aires: Guillermo Kuitca
Argentine artist Guillermo Kuitca takes us inside his apartment and shares some of his experiences of living and working at home in preceding days...
From a Distance: Messages from Artists’ Homes and Studios
In these unprecedented times, it’s never felt more important to stay connected. This series aims to bring us all closer together as we navigate...