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Phyllis Christopher – interview: ‘We had come out, people were dying, ...

The photographer talks about her coming of age in 1990s San Francisco, where, despite the Aids crisi...

Adam Jeppesen – interview: ‘I embrace imperfection’

Danish artist Adam Jeppesen talks about why he left documentary-making to make art, the project that...

Annie Morris – interview: ‘All my work revolves around experiences I...

Morris, who has three new shows, at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Frieze Sculpture and Timothy Taylor in...

Yoan Capote – interview: ‘When a Cuban looks at the sea, he remembers ...

The artist talks about his new series of large-scale paintings, Requiem, and how his work is influen...

Hans Op de Beeck – interview: ‘It’s about suspension of disbelief an...

The artist talks about art-making as catharsis and why, for him, it is all about the creation of vis...

Doron Langberg – interview: ‘There's this rush of empathy and emotion...

As his first London gallery show opens, Doron Langberg, the Brooklyn-based artist, talks intimacy, i...

Graham Little – interview: ‘Smallness feels natural to me’

Ahead of his new exhibition at Alison Jacques Gallery, Scottish painter Graham Little talks about th...

Matthew Krishanu – interview: ‘I want my paintings to exist somewhere ...

Matthew Krishanu, whose figurative paintings explore childhood, religion, colonialism and empire, ta...

Nneka Uzoigwe – interview: ‘I find plein air painting extraordinary be...

Nneka Uzoigwe talks about her residency at Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village responding to the wo...

Angela Heisch – interview: ‘I think of these works as theatrical – t...

As she prepared for her first solo UK show, at the Pippy Houldsworth Gallery in London, Heisch spoke...

Christopher Houghton Budd – interview: ‘What’s needed here is a high...

Economist-turned-artist Houghton Budd, who moved to Folkestone seven years ago, has created a most e...

genuinefake – interview: ‘I use my creative practice to try to start c...

Along Folkestone’s seafront, the artist genuinefake (AKA Rachel Stella Jenkins) has conjured a tem...

Rebecca Salter – interview: ‘I believe that art thrives in a crisis an...

The first female president of the Royal Academy talks about the impact the pandemic has had on the i...

Hormazd Narielwalla – interview: ‘True, he’s physically not here, bu...

The artist talks about capturing the essence of David Bowie, through the creation of his trademark p...

Karla Black – interview: ‘I don’t see culture and nature as separate...

Karla Black, whose sculptures are now on show at the Fruitmarket, Edinburgh, talks about the power o...

Mick Peter – interview: ‘The project was pleasingly indulgent, a free ...

Amid the playful life-size figures at his new show, Gerroff!! (or User Feedback), Mick Peter discuss...

Jakob Kudsk Steensen – interview: ‘There’s so much that we forget in...

Ahead of an enormous new installation in Berlin’s fabled nightclub Berghain, the Danish artist tal...

Brett Rogers – interview: ‘When I was a student, the Photographers’ ...

The director of the Photographers’ Gallery talks about her own love of photography and how the org...

Cathie Pilkington – interview: ‘It’s great to have a title that make...

Cathie Pilkington talks about the importance of democracy in her practice, how she feels she sits ...

Mark Leckey – interview: ‘There’s this strange new limitless and ela...

Mark Leckey shares his circuitous journey to art-world success, his passion for music, film and outs...

Nicholas Pope: ‘We artists can speak and everyone can understand in thei...

To coincide with three major shows of his work, Nicholas Pope speaks about his successes, travels, t...

Tesfaye Urgessa – interview: ‘Young people don’t need to have a geog...

Tesfaye Urgessa talks about his latest exhibition, breaking down borders and what home means to him...

Michael Armitage – interview: ‘Not having a cultural hierarchy is libe...

As his show, Paradise Edict, opens at the Royal Academy in London, Michael Armitage talks about the ...

Kate Atkin – interview: ‘I think about life and death all the time’

On the eve of Floating Heads, a new show at Xxijra Hii in London, Kate Atkin talks about her exotic ...

Rachel Kneebone – interview: ‘My work is concerned with our visceral l...

Sculptor Rachel Kneebone talks about her forthcoming exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the ...

Sutapa Biswas – interview: ‘I felt questioning established systems of ...

Sutapa Biswas talks about her lifelong quest to decolonialise British art history, and about her two...

Jean David Nkot – interview: ‘I want to show that even if every day is...

The artist talks about the development of his practice, and how he uses three distinct layers to add...

Charlotte Keates – interview: ‘I want my paintings to feel more like d...

Charlotte Keates talks about her series of paintings in the group show Just What Is It …?, at Cris...

Bring Into Being

Mariam Zulfiqar, the curator of an exhibition of art installations at Chiswick House, says it marks ...

Clare Woods – interview: ‘Fragility and vulnerability have always been...

Clare Woods talks about her new prints and collages, now on show at Cristea Roberts gallery in Londo...

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