A Conversation with Mira Schor
FRONTRUNNER is proud to present a conversation with painter, theorist, educator, and critic Mira Schor.
Guillermo Arriaga: The FRONTRUNNER Interview
A FRONTRUNNER Exclusive: Mexican author, directors and screenwriter Guillermo Arriaga talks about his new novel and how bordeom can inspire masterpieces.
FRONTRUNNER Presents: Deborah Kass & Betty Tompkins
At one point or another within the last ten years, I’ve laughed, cried, gossiped and shared meals with Betty Tompkins (alongside her husband, Bill Mutter)…
Director Leah Purcell on The Drover’s Wife: Legend of Molly Johnson
Actor and director Leah Purcell’s debut feature, The Drover’s Wife: Legend of Molly Johnson, reimagines Henry Lawson’s short story about protecting loved ones, without romanticising male gender roles, in 19th-century Western Australia.
CLEAR CUT: GEORGIA RUSSELL
There’s a certain satisfaction in discovering an artist by mistake, in a gallery you were never meant to be at, in the first place. Stumbling…
A Close-Up With Hans Matheson
FRONTRUNNER shares a one-on-one with Scottish actor/musician Hans Matheson on life in the film industry and new frontiers into music-making.
Introducing Cautious Clay: Producer, Songwriter, Multi-Instrumentalist
I kind of stumbled on the name RESONANCE from its double meaning: sonically it’s a characteristic in music, as well as harkening back to places and emotions felt about something.
FRONTRUNNER Meets Alastair Mackinven
FRONTRUNNER presents our Summer 2020 cover feature: an intense, illuminating discussion with Alastair Mackinven during the COVID-19 lockdown.
A Conversation with Colombiano Artist ¿Téo?
¿Téo? is a Colombiano music artist associated with his brother Moises Arias and Jaden Smith via their clothing brand/creative collective, MSFTS Republic.
Hillary Johnson: The Last Generation of Hong Kongers
Photographer Hillary Johnson speaks to FRONTRUNNER about documenting the ongoing protests in Hong Kong, and cataloguing its “last generation”.