, 2023-01-03 23:19:03,
“I need to look at my work. I need to bond with him, as if he were my son.” —Henry Taylor
In the January/February issue of frieze, Terence Trouillot profiling artist henry taylor before shows at The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, and The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. In addition, one year after Russia declared war on Ukraine, artists and writers respond to the crisis in a dossier that includes: a personal essay by the painter and writer katerina alinyk; Adam Mazur profiles Taras Gembikan artist and performer who organizes fundraising picnics for Ukraine in Warsaw, Poland; Nikita Kadan about what art can mean in times of war; chief editor andres durbin interviews Olha Honcharthe director of the Museum of the Territory of Terror, which documents war crimes; and the coordinator of the Museum Crisis Center, an organization that helps Ukrainian museums salvage their possessions from occupied areas.
Profile: Henry Taylor
“I became the observer because I was trying to understand my own life and that’s why I started taking pictures. I just like people watching.” Terence Trouillot considers how Henry Taylor’s work goes far beyond the canvas.
Dossier: Forms of Resistance
“Since the rockets didn’t fly at us right away, we started to help.” In this dossier, we profile, interview, and collect first-hand accounts from four Ukrainians, working inside and outside the country, who are striving to preserve their culture and lives.
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