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Katie Paterson: ‘As a child, I used to practise daydreaming’

With her largest UK show to date currently on at the Lowry, the artist talks about the relationship ...

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Elizabeth Price: ‘I’m interested in music and the voice because it bri...

Studio International visited the artist in her studio in south-east London to talk to her about her ...

Stephen Prina: ‘The exhibition was really about considering whether I co...

The post-conceptual artist talks about his hometown, studying with John Baldessari at California Ins...

David Claerbout: ‘I sculpt in duration’

The artist talks about duration, place and history in his practice, and how he sees his way of worki...

Martine Syms: ‘I am interested in the idea of the gulf between your live...

The Los Angeles-based artist talks about semiotics, funkadelic Afrofuturism, and how to create a 90-...

Gillian Wearing: ‘I don’t have any typical practice. Every project is ...

The artist talks about the ideas behind her latest film project, A Room With Your Views, which bring...

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Sara Greenberger Rafferty: ‘What is more essential than how one faces th...

The multimedia artist talks about constructing the self through the language of clothing...

Charles Richardson: ‘There must be some sort of desire in me to hold ont...

The artist talks about his current show at Exeter Phoenix, collaborating with local artists, the imp...

Jules de Balincourt: ‘I can’t be painting bouquets of flowers and pret...

The painter’s uncanny worlds reflect the post-9/11 zeitgeist with a beguiling charm. The world is ...

Bosco Sodi: ‘I like the freedom of letting the mind and soul go on a jou...

Bosco Sodi talks about the two processes in his work: the one where he is in control and the one whe...

Asya Dodina and Slava Polishchuk: ‘Material dictates the way you relate ...

The Russian immigrant artists talk about the difference between art education in the former Soviet U...

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Steven Claydon: interview, Art Sheffield 2016

Steven Claydon’s newly commissioned Infra-idol Assembly is set within the vast, bunker-like, top-f...

Beatrice Gibson: interview, Art Sheffield 2016

London-based artist Beatrice Gibson’s film F for Fibonacci, at Bloc Projects, evokes the chaos of ...

Mark Fell: interview, Art Sheffield 2016

Mark Fell’s Structural Solutions to the Question of Being is being exhibited at The Link pub on th...

Martin Clark: interview, Art Sheffield 2016

Martin Clark, the director of Bergen Kunsthall, Norway, has created Art Sheffield 2016: Up, Down, To...

Art Sheffield 2016: Up, Down, Top, Bottom, Strange and Charm

For this citywide event, curator Martin Clark aims to inspire a connection between different parts o...

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François Morellet: ‘Art is frivolous even when it takes itself seriousl...

Two exhibitions, at London’s Mayor Gallery and Annely Juda Fine Art, mark the 90th birthday of one...

Random International: ‘There is a real collective power in this group of...

Hannes Koch of Random International talks about the collective’s latest project, producing a kinet...

Lucy Jones: ‘My work is not slick and I struggle to resolve my paintings...

The artist talks about her recent return to making portraits of others, and explains what she sees a...

Todd Oldham: ‘I wasn’t very fashionable, so it was to our advantage th...

The New York-based designer talks about designing $10,000 dresses, his aversion to using animal mate...

Arnaldo Pomodoro: 'Sculpture is the appropriation of one’s own space wit...

As Italian sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro has his first London exhibition for more than 50 years, he talk...

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Philip Pearlstein: ‘I decided I didn’t want to express other artists...

The American artist has pursued an independent path for more than 60 years. Here, he talks about his...

Bernard Jacobson: ‘I want to bring people back to art’

The art dealer talks about his current exhibition, Bonheur de Vivre, which he considers ‘a precis ...

Comix Creatrix: 100 women making comics

This is a groundbreaking exhibition of female comics artists, from Hogarth’s contemporary Mary Dar...

Terry Setch: ‘I regarded the beach as a playground – somewhere you can...

The artist explains his practice, recalling memories of the beach at Penarth and his desire to exten...

Kelly Chorpening: ‘The whole relationship between image and object or bu...

Studio International visited Horatio Junior gallery in southeast London to talk to the American arti...

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Three Generations: Passing on the Eyton drive

As they prepare for their first exhibition showing together as a family, Anthony Eyton RA and his sc...

Russia and the Arts: The Age of Tolstoy and Tchaikovsky

This exhibition introduces visitors to the talents and turmoil of the Russian arts scene from 1867 t...

Heidi Kilpeläinen: ‘In a way, I suppose I’m making my reading of the ...

The London-based Finnish artist talks about her multidisciplinary practice and her recent residencie...

Nico Vascellari: ‘I’m not interested in the rules or breaking them. I ...

The artist talks about how touring in a band influenced his work, despising morality in art, how we ...



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