• Bill Henson in conversation with Natalie King

    Bill Henson held his first solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria in 1975, at the age of 19. Since that time he has become one of Australia’s most celebrated artists.

  • Hiroshi Sugimoto, Photofile, 2010

    HIROSHI SUGIMOTO: When I was first invited to Sydney I was given a number of potential sites including Pier 2/3, MCA and Cockatoo Island…

  • The material of meaning: Illuminating the art of Joseph Kosuth

    Joseph Kosuth is candid, astute and erudite. At the time of our meeting in Sydney, I was reading Pierre Cabanne’s dialogue with Marcel Duchamp and the latter’s views on the elastic definition…

  • Anastasia Klose with Natalie King

    Natalie King: Can you tell me about the title of your recent exhibition The Happy Artist at Tolarno Galleries in Melbourne?

  • Tacita Dean, Photofile, 2009

    Tacita Dean is renowned for her 16mm films, drawings, photographs and audio recordings that explore time, chance and contingency…

  • Profile: Djon Mundine

    With a long career that encompasses curating, writing, artmaking activism and academia, Djon Mundine is an important figure in the Australian contemporary art scene.

  • There is no future: An interview with Ai Weiwei

    Based in Beijing, Ai Weiwei is one of China’s most prominent artists. Born in 1957, he grew up in exile in the remote desert province of Xinjiang.

  • Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev with Natalie King

    16th Biennale of Sydney, Revolutions – Forms That Turn June – September 2008 Interview with Artistic Director, Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev Natalie King: Can you expand on your theme…

  • Interview with Massimiliani Gioni

    Natalie King: in 2002 you set up The Wrong gallery in New York with co-curators Maunzio Cattelan and Ali Subotnick. As the smallest exhibition space in the gallery district of Chelsea…