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Joy Labinjo – interview: ‘When people speak of multicultural London, i...

For her first public commission at Brixton underground station, Joy Labinjo reflects on the importan...

Christiane Baumgartner – interview: ‘A good piece of work should not b...

Christiane Baumgartner talks about being brought up in East Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wa...

John Abell – interview: ‘I see my work as a type of devotional art’

John Abell talks about Welsh mythology, poets and nationalism, moving between linocut and painting, ...

Nika Neelova – interview: ‘Everything in the world around us is consta...

Nika Neelova talks about how her multilingual upbringing may have shaped her thoughts and her work, ...

Emeka Ogboh – interview: ‘I want listeners to be transported to Lagos....

As his latest show, at the Gropius Bau in Berlin, explores his Igbo heritage, Emeka Ogboh explains w...

Jacqueline de Jong – interview: ‘I never compromise, no way. I could n...

With the opening of her first major UK solo show in her 60-year career, De Jong talks about her time...

Catsou Roberts – interview: ‘It is our duty to the NHS to elicit the p...

Catsou Roberts, the director of Vital Arts, which commissions projects for five London hospitals, ta...

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 ...

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