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Michael Armitage: ‘Can an art space function in the same way as a chapel...

The artist weaves multiple narratives to evoke the complexity of East African society. Here, he talk...

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Merrie Albion: Landscape Studies of a Small Island

From the diamond jubilee to the ruins of Grenfell Tower, Simon Roberts captures the events that have...

Museum Gift of the Year: The Tibetan Buddhist Shrine

As 2017 Museum Gift of the Year, Studio International has chosen the Tibetan Buddhist Shrine, a magn...

Music From The Balconies – Ed Ruscha and Los Angeles

Moving to Los Angeles at 19, having grown up in Oklahoma City, Ed Ruscha was always an outsider. His...

Modigliani

This extraordinary retrospective unites Modigliani’s portraits and sculpture with the largest coll...

Nnenna Okore: ‘My work seeks to highlight Earth’s vulnerability and fr...

Okore’s sculptures are poetic odes to the natural world. But beneath the delicate beauty there lie...

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Neha Choksi: ‘Transformations necessitate lost pasts and renewals of fut...

Through her latest work, a multichannel video installation entitled Faith in friction that features ...

Maria Alyokhina: ‘The government media calls us enemies of the people ...

Political activist and Pussy Riot member Maria Alyokhina talks to Studio International at the Saatch...

Nicolás Herrera: Enchanted Nature – Deforestation and the Environment

Enchanted Nature: Deforestation and the Environment, on show in Beijing, is an exhibition of 61 draw...

Matthias Dörfelt: There are not many people using code and technology as ...

The Los Angeles-based German digital artist talks about computer programs, his interest in bitcoin, ...

Monica Bonvicini: 3612,54 M³ VS 0,05 M³

In her latest exhibition, the rather unwieldy title of which refers to the volume of space in the ga...

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Nathalie Du Pasquier: ‘From the beginning, I did not belong to the desig...

In her first comprehensive survey in the US, the artist and designer reveals a diverse and colourful...

Martin Puryear

This retrospective is nicely paced to reflect the breadth and depth in Martin Puryear’s sculptures...

Maryam Najd: ‘I became interested in reaching a certain perfectionism in...

Iranian-born artist Maryam Najd talks about identity and culture in her practice, her love of materi...

Matisse in the Studio

This exhibition tells the story of Matisse’s collecting habits, but fails to conjure up the joy of...

Marlie Mul: ‘It’s not a refusal. It’s that, basically, nothing was p...

Until the end of October this year, there will be no exhibition in Gallery 1 of Glasgow’s Gallery ...

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Maggie’s Centre for cancer care, Oldham

An enchanting matchbox on stilts, with a garden below and a tree at its centre, there is poetry, sym...

Masterpiece Fair 2017

The fair is a theatrical display of extravagance, peppered with instantly recognisable works by big ...

Nathaniel Mellors and Erkka Nissinen: The Aalto Natives – Venice Biennal...

Mellors and Nissinen represent Finland at this year’s Venice Biennale. They discuss handmade puppe...

Mithu Sen: ‘I constantly change my mediums so the market will not be abl...

Indian artist Mithu Sen has a quicksilver practice that is difficult to categorise or maintain as a ...

NS Harsha: Charming Journey

Indian artist NS Harsha explains some of the works on show at this retrospective, and why, despite o...

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Oliver Griffin: ‘The very act of photography makes something interesting...

Oliver Griffin talks about drinking White Russians, his BMX bike, which he has named Susan, taking p...

Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg: Who am I to Judge, or, It Must be Something...

Lust, sexual desire, sin and guilt are explored in a series of short claymation films supported by a...

Nicky Hirst: Real Size

Nicky Hirst's sculptures and installations quietly and skillfully explore the consonances and disson...

Maeve Brennan: The Drift

Premiering at the Chisenhale Gallery, Brennan’s film The Drift (2017) depicts restorative labour a...

Naeem Mohaiemen: It is Not Necessary to Understand Everything

Tensta Konsthall is showing Bangladeshi artist Naeem Mohaiemen’s 2011 film, United Red Army, about...

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Norman Hyams: ‘I very much believe in losing a painting and finding it’

Norman Hyams talked to Studio International about his painting process before the opening of his fir...

Marsden Hartley’s Maine

Capping a series of pioneering shows at the Met Breuer that, force majeure, will serve as the new wi...

Oliver Beer: ‘We are very fortunate to live in a time when there is comp...

Oliver Beer uses sound, film and sculpture to explore the physical properties and emotional value of...

Michelangelo and Sebastiano

This fascinating exhibition tells the story of two Renaissance greats and their unlikely collaborati...



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