Interviews on Art – Robert Storr

Interviews on Art – Robert Storr


November 2017
ISBN 9780993010354
260 x 210 mm
900 pages
150 illustrations

A collection of interviews with some of the world’s greatest artists by American critic and curator Robert Storr.

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Collating, in a single volume, the major body of interviews conducted by the revered American critic and curator Robert Storr, Interviews on Art includes around 40 illustrated discussions with some of the most renowned names in the art world over the last century.

Storr’s interviewees include Gerhard Richter, Louise Bourgeois, Jeff Koons, Alex Katz, Chuck Close, Richard Serra, Gabriel Orozco, Elizabeth Murray, Harald Szeemann and Mike Kelley, whilst each text is accompanied by relevant works and previously unpublished photographs of the artists themselves.

A conversation between MoMA and Tate Modern curator and art historian Francesca Pietropaolo and Storr introduces the texts, in which they dissect the interview as a medium: discussing the ethics involved, the notion of technique and approach, alongside the limitations and difficulties of the process.


About the author

Robert Storr is a renowned art critic, curator and artist. He has written widely on art and has interviewed some of the world’s leading artists. Storr’s writing has appeared in countless books and exhibition catalogues as well as in Art in America, Artforum, Parkett and ARTnews. He has curated exhibitions internationally and was the first North American curator of the 52nd Venice Biennale.


Francesca Pietropaolo is an Italian art historian of modern and contemporary art, and an independent curator. She has worked at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; the Museum of Modern Art, New York and the Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris. As an art critic, she has written widely, including for Flash Art International, ARTnews, Art in America and Arte e Critica.