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Simon English: Smile Please

The London-based artist Simon English talks about chance, addiction and the wilful act of drawing...

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Rajyashri Goody: Eat With Great Delight

Goody, herself of Dalit heritage, talks about discrimination in India against the Dalits and how, in...

Alison Wilding and Florence Peake in conversation

With Wilding’s show Right Here and Out There and Peake’s RITE on concurrently at the De La Warr ...

Tamara Henderson: ‘You could say the maquettes were the hypnotherapy I d...

The artist discusses the transmigration of the soul, the transformative properties of clay, and usin...

Thierry Oussou: ‘I would like the discourse that I am developing in my w...

The Benin-born artist Thierry Oussou reflects on his artistic practice, the need for repatriation of...

Patricia Guzman, interview

Patricia Guzman’s expertly executed realism makes her paintings appear photographic, as she docume...

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E.V. Day, interview

In a riveting, large-scale work called Moss Ball: A Meditation on the Overview Effect (2018), E.V. D...

Tania Kovats and Kimathi Donkor discuss drawing practice and education

After the pop-up symposium Lines of Thought at Trinity Buoy Wharf, the new partner for what was form...

Tai Xiangzhou, interview

Tai Xiangzhou is committed to a traditional lexicon, his ink paintings magnificent, deeply indebted ...

Mark Fox, interview

Mark Fox, who was brought up as a Catholic, has issues with certain of the religion’s doctrines an...

Frieder Nake, interview

Frieder Nake’s work is from 1965, a pioneering example of computer art in which the image is wholl...

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Bao Pei, interview

Bao Pei uses ink and paper in the tradition of Chinese ink painting, but makes her work abstract, an...

Jacob Hashimoto: ‘The history of art is full of cultural appropriators. ...

The artist talks about The Eclipse, an installation comprising thousands of paper kites, and Never C...

Ardan Özmenoğlu: ‘For me, repetition is the only way that you can reac...

The Turkish artist known for her distinctive works with Post-it notes talks about how she turns them...

Leonor Antunes: ‘I’m interested in ancient ways of doing things’

The sculptor talks about learning traditional crafts, the Smithsons’ Solar Pavilion, creating an e...

Henry Skerritt and Margo Smith talk about the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Co...

With more than 1,900 works, the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection at the University of Virginia i...

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Mark Wallinger: ‘I’m reversing what happens at Madame Tussauds’

The Human Figure in Space returns this Turner Prize-winning British artist to his longstanding inter...

David Chipperfield: ‘Architecture shouldn’t exist on its own. There is...

Fresh from his transformation of the Royal Academy of Arts, David Chipperfield talks about architect...

Alicia Kopf: ‘My idea is to appropriate polar history to a present-day s...

Catalan artist Alicia Kopf has won acclaim for her novel Brother in Ice, which sits at the pinnacle ...

Teresa Lawton: Tipping the Balance

Lawton’s paintings are inspired by her love of Dorset, where she explore the shapes and colours of...

Shelley Himmelstein: Soccerscapes – Fifa World Cup Series; Michael Sorga...

Gallery director Randall Harris explains how this double show came about, while Himmelstein talks ab...

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Ruimteveldwerk: ‘It is more like an understatement that creates an exper...

A social experiment investigating themes of being offline, privacy, and silence in the city brings a...

Joana Vasconcelos: I’m Your Mirror

Joana Vasconcelos has filled the Guggenheim Bilbao with work from the past 20 years. She talks about...

John Powers: ‘Abstraction isn’t a technology or technique, it’s more...

Responding to the history of the city of Bruges, John Powers’ 15-metre-tall steel tower was constr...

Katharina Sieverding: ‘I also make fake news’

Part of the collateral programme of this year’s Manifesta Biennial in Palermo is a career-spanning...

Samaneh Moafi of Forensic Architecture: ‘We are taking something that is...

Forensic Architecture has never designed a building. Instead, it acts as an architectural detective ...

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Alex Mirutziu: ‘I’m interested in error, misunderstanding, correction...

The Romanian artist talks about his latest exhibition, examining the life and work of Iris Murdoch, ...

Baldwin and Guggisberg: ‘If you’re not in a white cube it forces you t...

Having just installed 10, mostly blown-glass pieces around Canterbury Cathedral for their exhibition...

True Colours: Helen Beard, Sadie Laska and Boo Saville

True Colours, curated by Damien Hirst for his Newport Street Gallery in London, shows works by Beard...

Boo Saville: interview

Saville’s fields of colour shimmer, each massive painting drawing you in and, once you are up clos...



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