logo studio international

The West Indian Front Room: Memories and Impressions of Black British Homes

The Geffrye Museum is clear evidence of the gradual revival of Hackney Wick; indeed, of this whole E...

<

Embanking the Sublime The Unilever Series: Rachel Whiteread

Rachel Whiteread is the most successful and original artist to have filled the big space at Tate Mod...

Blood Red Suns and Bright Yellow Moons Henri Rousseau: Jungles in Paris

ate Modern has shown great perception in mounting the current exhibition, 'Jungles in Paris'. It was...

Book review: RUSSIA!

In New York, the queues have been forming at the Guggenheim. This is a momentous exhibition, which f...

Love Revealed: Simeon Solomon and the Pre-Raphaelites

The work of Simeon Solomon is celebrated at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery to mark the centen...

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2005

For art students, the graduation show can be a fraught affair, with a lack of space and last-minute ...

<

MF Husain: The Lost Continent

Mumbai-based MF Husain's first solo exhibition in Singapore, entitled 'The Lost Continent', was held...

Eileen Gray at the Design Museum, London 2005

Eileen Gray's furniture has become well known ever since the London-based architect, designer and re...

Obsessive Drawing

In its current exhibition, which opened in September 2005, the American Folk Art Museum in New York ...

Jake and Dinos Chapman: Like a Dog Returns to its Vomit

With characteristic self-assurance and thoroughly post-modern irony, Jake and Dinos Chapman get thei...

Design: Edward Bawden and Eric Ravilious

The world of Eric Ravilious has received renewed attention in the past five years. Particularly nota...

<

De La Warr Pavilion

Travelling from London to Bexhill-on-Sea on a late autumn day, when the sun got stronger as one reac...

All the Fun of the Fair: Frieze Art Fair 2005

It is only in its third year, but Frieze is already one of the largest contemporary art events in th...

Nobuyoshi Araki: Araki: Self, Life, Death

More than any other exhibition in recent memory, 'Araki: Self, Life, Death' comes closest to an unme...

China's Artistic Evolution, Then and Now China: Crossroads of Culture Foll...

China's current rush to globalise its economy and, to some extent, its culture, is affecting all asp...

Diane Arbus: Revelations

Diane Arbus's first retrospective exhibit in 1972 - several months after her suicide - shocked the p...

<

Gauguin's Vision

One of the finest paintings in the collection of the National Gallery of Scotland, Paul Gauguin's 'V...

Visuality and Biblical Text: Interpreting Velázquez' 'Christ with Martha ...

This beautifully produced and accessible book, a subject of much media interest, showcases what its ...

Pop Culture on Repeat

Using today's most basic, accessible medium - the television - as her canvas, Candice Breitz treats ...

RIBA Stirling Prize 2005

The award was given to the architects of the new Scottish Parliament, the late Enriq Miralles of Bar...

Seeking Paradise

When the artist, Ian Hamilton Finlay, first came to Stoneypath, in south-west Scotland in 1968, the ...

<

The Chichu Art Museum

Since the first inception of museums in the late 18th century, we have, until the present day, seen ...

Cecily Brown: Paintings

The first major exhibition in Britain of Cecily Brown was shown in Oxford and drew considerable medi...

Francis Bacon: Portraits and Heads

The loss of faith in humanity in the late 1940s was such that the human image in art ...

Nordic Dawn: Modernism's Awakening in Finland 1890-1920

This timely exhibition and catalogue can be accessed in Europe until 26 January 2006....

A tribute to Eduardo Paolozzi

Robin Spencer, Paolozzi's biographer and editor of his Writings and Interviews, ha...

<

Festival Connections - 179th RSA Annual Exhibition

The Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh has a particular advantage over the Royal A...

Scandinavian Design: Beyond the Myth

'Scandinavian Design: Beyond the Myth' makes two assumptions: first, that there is ...

Cressida Campbell

The third London exhibition of Australian artist Cressida Campbell coincided with the...

MVRDV KM3: Proposals for Chinese Cities

This is another exhibition about the city, but if you think that you will be stepping...



studio international logo
Copyright © 1893–2017 Studio International Foundation.

The title Studio International is the property of the
Studio International Foundation and, together with
the content, are bound by copyright. All rights reserved.
studio international cover 1894
Home About Studio
Archive Yearbooks
Interviews Contributors
Video Contact us
twitter facebook RSS feed instagram

Studio International is published by:
the Studio International Foundation, PO Box 1545,
New York, NY 10021-0043, USA