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What Do I Need to do to Make It OK?

Curator Liz Cooper discusses this exhibition at London’s Pumphouse Gallery, which investigates rep...

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Matthew Darbyshire: ‘If I can’t get hold of what I want, I’ll fake i...

The artist talks about design and consumer culture, the role of colour as a democratiser, the need t...

Anj Smith: ‘The figure is a device on which to hang my concerns’

The artist talks about the collapsing of genres, her desire to portray identity post gender and pain...

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...

Tamar Ettun: ‘I am using the structure of a religious practice as a fold...

The young Israeli-American sculptor talks about her Orthodox background, her beginnings in art, inte...

Anita Glesta: ‘I would like this work to be a vehicle of communication ...

The artist talks about the motivation behind her brightly coloured projection of frenzied fish on to...

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Shani Rhys James: ‘I love the luxuriousness of a flower’s abstract sha...

The artist talks about her dramatic paintings, the significance of red and her own particular take o...

Petra Cortright: ‘I wanted to raise questions about the way we view wome...

The artist talks about moving from working on computers to painting, linking the two worlds to produ...

Chudamani Clowes: ‘I wanted to show immigration and migration in a posit...

Chudamani Clowes talks about immigration, her personal connection to west London and the human trage...

The art behind the activist: Adrian Locke talks about Ai Weiwei

A rebel, an iconoclast and a playful symbolist – Ai Weiwei is all these things, but surely history...

Judy Chicago: ‘I’ll leave it to others to change the world’

The artists talks about her career trajectory, the continuing need for feminist art, and the way in ...

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Jonas Mekas: ‘I have a need to film small, almost invisible daily moment...

The legendary independent film-maker talks about avant garde, utopia, his latest projects, the impor...

Jennifer Campbell and Chloë Manasseh: ‘We’re both interested in the t...

The artists talk about how they explore the conflicting psychological and physical states of being ...

Wilmer Wilson IV: ‘Moving between mediums is my way of remaining nimble...

The artist explains some of his performances, his interest in intervening in monuments in public spa...

Hank Willis Thomas: ‘Ideas crop up out of thin air, like bubbles, and I...

The artist talks about grabbing people’s attention to make them think about things they normally w...

Anna Dumitriu: ‘Bacteria are living organisms that you can work with –...

Not many artists would want to work with bacteria, smelly faecal transplants or anthrax, but Dumitri...

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Vincent Meessen: ‘In the western world, we still think that we created e...

Eleven artists come together to reflect on colonialism and its aftermath in a complex, multimedia, c...

‘Oswaldo Vigas said he found the root of his work in ancient culture’

At an exhibition of Oswaldo Vigas’s work in Bogotá, his son Lorenzo talked about his father’s l...

Larry Bell: ‘You have to trust what you’re doing, to trust the work’

The artist discusses his latest solo exhibition, at the White Cube gallery, the spontaneity that occ...

Charles Lim: ‘It’s very easy to see the sea as a sublime space where y...

With his sailing background, Charles Lim explains, he sees the sea as ‘just an office’. His 10-y...

HeHe: ‘Pylons are quite beautiful structures in themselves. They’re li...

Helen Evans, half of the artistic duo known as HeHe, speaks about their current work for the Bruges ...

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Richard Long: Time and Space

Fifteen years after Richard Long’s last exhibition of any scale in his native Bristol, he is the A...

Charles Gaines: ‘I am dealing in the area of how meaning is formed’

The US conceptual artist and educator talks about why he believes art should be interested in knowle...

Toni Scott: ‘People don’t understand that what’s in the past is stil...

The California-based multimedia artist Toni Scott talks about how, in DNA – Bloodlines and the Fam...

Eloise Hawser: ‘This machine is all about contact and resistance’

The artist explains the complex mechanisms of a cinema organ and its colour-changer to Studio Intern...

Hannah Collins: ‘Most of my work is a line between culture and the world...

The British artist known for her large, unframed photographs talks about her latest exhibition at th...

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Alinka Echeverria: ‘As soon as you lift up the camera, you make the othe...

The photographer talks about her work looking at political and religious beliefs, including a visit ...

Emma Cousin: ‘Humour is the most important thing’

Studio International visited Transition Gallery in east London to speak to Cousin about painting, in...

Nathan Cash Davidson: ‘I’m two different artists in the same person’

The artist discusses his current exhibition at the Hannah Barry Gallery, his interest both in recrea...

Helen Sear: ‘It’s almost like the landscape is imprinted on the figure...

In her exploration of mortality and temporality, the artist seeks to disrupt the single-point perspe...



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