We have been taking some time to revisit the gallery's rich history of books, essays, and films, and want to share these stories with you, making this trove of material accessible to all. The Long Read is a dip into the archive, publishing in full an essay or text from Victoria Miro catalogues and books.
In this The Long Read, first published in 2014, Steven Kupfer reflects on the subjects, spaces and geographical locations that inform the work of Celia Paul.
Originally published in 2018, this text by the poet, critic and curator Akira Tatehata responds to the ambitious presentation of works created by Kusama for her exhibition at the gallery.
In this essay, first published in 2017, Oliver Basciano immerses himself in the work of painter Secundino Hernández.
In this essay, first published in 2017 on the occasion of Milton Avery’s first UK exhibition for ten years, Edith Devaney considers the evolution and influence of Avery’s work.
In this essay, first published in 2010, Dr Gus Casely-Hayford considers the formal, cultural and philosophical nature of Idris Khan’s installation Seven Times.
In this edition of The Long Read, Elmgreen & Dragset meditate on the topic of cars and how they arrived at the concept for 2020, the artist duo's new solo exhibition at EMMA - Espoo Museum of Modern Art, Finland.