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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...

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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...

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...

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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 ...

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...

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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...

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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Jeanne Masoero: ‘My work is about trying to find structures, a kind of c...

The artist explains how her interest in the Mayan civilisation led her to use layers in her work. Ty...

Susan Cianciolo: ‘Everything I make is so sacred and it’s all about th...

The artist talks about the Fluxus boxes in her latest exhibition, opening a textile store in Mississ...

Sergio Camargo: Mármore

Sergio Camargo (1930-90) was a prominent artist in Rio de Janeiro, where he was born, and gained int...

Mark Fairnington: ‘The work I do with scientists echoes their speculatio...

The artist talks about his work researching natural history collections, how he crosses the divide b...

Herman de Vries: ‘My guru is a squirrel’ – Venice Biennale 2015

Herman de Vries, whose work spreads far beyond the confines of the Rietveld pavilion, explains why h...

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Sheikha Lateefa bint Maktoum: ‘I am a veiled woman, so it’s a natural ...

The founder of Tashkeel, Dubai’s first public studio space for artists, talks about her hopes for ...

Sophia Narrett: ‘I see the sewing process as akin to drawing’

The artist talks about the process of making her embroideries, why she uses pop culture for source m...

Patricia Cronin: 'A silent protest can be quite powerful' – Venice Bienn...

Patricia Cronin talks about Shrine for Girls, her installation at the Venice Biennale that commemora...

Geoffrey Eastop: ‘The character of the mark describes the object’

Geoffrey Eastop – his creative legacy. Studio international visited Ecchinswell in Hampshire – t...

Eileen Cooper: ‘Artists are real sponges. We take things and absorb them...

The artist talks about having a retrospective at the Royal Academy at the same time as showing in it...

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Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: ‘Maybe I’m not as interested in people as I tho...

The artist, whose latest exhibition, Verses After Dusk, is on at the Serpentine Gallery, London, tal...

Chloe Dewe Mathews: ‘I wanted to bring the viewer in, so they become par...

Chloe Dewe Mathews’s Tate commission, Congregation, looks at south London’s African churches, ca...

Sarah Lucas: I Scream Daddio – Venice Biennale 2015

Sarah Lucas came to prominence in the 90s with the generation of Young British Artists, but it has t...

Cecily Brown: ‘In a way you can see things more clearly when they’re s...

The artist talks about her latest exhibition, The English Garden, explains why it is a lot harder to...



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