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Zoë Buckman: ‘One role of feminism is to address and reframe how we con...

The London-born, New York-based artist known for incorporating highly personal motifs, such as embro...

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Zarah Hussain: ‘I don’t think something that’s spiritual precludes t...

Zarah Hussain (b1980, Cheshire, UK) places her work at “the intersection of science and spirituali...

Yuri Pattison: context, collapse

In the first exhibition at mother’s tankstation project’s new London gallery, Yuri Pattison’s ...

Zach Blas: Contra-Internet

Zach Blas searches for a future beyond the internet’s catch-all web at the artist’s Gasworks exh...

Zoë Paul: La Perma-Perla Kraal Emporium

‘We need to have a connection to the place we live in. It’s an extension of ourselves and it’s...

Yuko Mohri: 'I’m very curious about organic ecosystems'

Mohri talked to Studio International before the opening of her exhibition Moré Moré [Leaky] and ex...

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Yves Klein

The alchemical French artist’s first UK retrospective in two decades reaffirms the cosmic wonder o...

Zhao Zhao: ‘You cannot separate art from politics’

A prominent member of the post-1980s generation of Chinese artists and a former assistant of Ai Wewe...

Yun-Fei Ji: ‘I’m pessimistic about China’

He may use scrolls and work in ink in the millennial-old tradition of Chinese landscape painting, bu...

Yevgeniy Fiks: ‘Any utopia is queer by nature, because it takes you from...

The artist and curator Yevgeniy Fiks talks about his work with the curator Olga Kopenkina concerning...

Zhan Wang – studio tour

The Beijing-based artist showed Studio International around his studio...

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Zhan Wang: ‘I have been continually influenced by Michelangelo, Rodin an...

The Beijing-based artist is a photographer and video artist, although he is best known for sculpting...

Yayoi Kusama: In Infinity

Once dubbed ‘the High Priestess of Polka Dots, pioneer of naked happenings … smashing to smither...

YARAT: The Union of Fire and Water – Venice Biennale 2015

The Union of Fire and Water presents a historical and cultural superimposition of Baku and Venice as...

Zakkir Hussain and Rakhi Peswani

Two solo exhibitions featuring alumni from India’s premier art institute in Baroda throw up intere...

Yoshihito Mizuuchi: ‘Eating noodle soup makes a sound, but it’s also l...

The process of making a sculpture is a performance art in itself, says the Japanese artist, who expl...

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Yto Barrada: ‘This whole project started with the sale of a dinosaur’

The artist discusses her hometown of Tangier, palaeontology, her concerns with trade and smuggling, ...

Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960-1971

The message of Yoko Ono’s art has always been world peace. In her performances, installations and ...

Zarina: Descending Darkness

In her works on paper and installations, the artist Zarina, who left her birthplace in India more th...

Zero: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s-60s

The Guggenheim is to be congratulated for tackling the complex subject of the German artists’ grou...

Yuri Pattison: Free Traveller

Yuri Pattison’s exhibition Free Traveller at Cell Project Space is an unconventional look at the s...

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Zarouhie Abdalian interview: ‘It’s important for work to be challengin...

Zarouhie Abdalian is an artist who works with a wide array of materials, ideas and contexts, frequen...

Zhang Enli: interview

Zhang Enli: interview, Hauser & Wirth, London. We came to see Zhang’s current exhibition at Hauser...

Zurbarán: Master of Spain's Golden Age

This winter, a warm southern breeze sails in as Brussels celebrates the Spanish Baroque painter Fran...

Zachary Buehner: The Ascent

Zachary Buehner has no reference to being a graffiti artist on his website, for obvious reasons (In ...

Yoko Ono: To the Light

The Serpentine Gallery’s Yoko Ono: To the Light is the artist’s first London-based retrospective...

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Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties

The exhibition includes 138 paintings, sculptures and photographs by 67 artists produced between 192...

Yang Lian in conversation

Yang Lian, a poet of international stature, and a friend of Ai...

Yoshitomo Nara: From the Depth of my Drawer

The title of this exhibition somehow creates nostalgia in your mind. We all have tim...



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