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Nnenna Okore. Photograph: Jonathan Greet. William Kentridge, Ursonate, 2017. St Thomas the Apostle Church, Harlem, New York. Courtesy of Performa. Photograph © Paula Court. Carmen Herrera. Pavanne, 1967/2017. 274.3 x 274.3 x 182.9 cm (108 x 108 x 72 in). © Carmen Herrera; Courtesy Lisson Gallery. Louisa Fairclough. A Rose, 2017. 1 x 16mm film looped (colour, silent, 9 min) projected onto a suspended acrylic screen, 1 x performance for a field recording pressed onto dubplate vinyl (20 min). Installation view: A Song cycle for the Ruins of a Psychiatric Unit, Danielle Arnaud Gallery, 2017. Photograph: Oskar Proctor. Courtesy the artist and Danielle Arnaud. Veronica Ryan at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Photograph: Axisweb. Calum Colvin. Studio installation. Neha Choksi. Video still from Faith in friction, 2017. 7-channel 4K video installation transferred to HD, each channel with stereo sound, 36 min loop. Courtesy the artist and Project 88. Gianfranco Baruchello. Déserteur da la Légion (Deserter from the Legion), 1974. Mixed media, wood, glass, 50 x 70 x 16 cm. Courtesy Fondazione Baruchello, Rome. Zoe Buckman. Champ, 2016. Neon, glass, leather, 30 x 18 x 10 in. Courtesy the artist and 21c Museum. Harold Steggles. St Mark’s Church, Victoria Park, 1934. Oil on board, 61 x 55 cm. Private collection, © the artist’s estate. Vanessa Baird with Grand Hotel mural, Oslo. Photograph: Veronica Simpson. Antony Gormley. LAND SEA AND AIR II, 1982.Lead and fibreglass.  Land (crouching), 45 x 103 x 50 cm; Sea (standing), 191 x 50 x 32 cm; Air (kneeling), 118 x 69 x 52 cm. © the artist. Giacomo Balla (1871-1958). Tick Tack N. 40, c1929. Oil on canvas, 77 x 77 cm. Courtesy Mazzoleni. Pamela Schilderman at work. Maria Alyokhina, a member of the activist art collective Pussy Riot, talks to Studio International about Art Riot at the Saatchi Gallery, London, 15 November 2017. Photograph: William Kennedy. Doug Aitken. Migration (empire), 2008. Video installation with one channel of video (colour, sound), one projection, steel and PVC screen billboard sculpture, 24:28 minutes/loop, dimensions variable. Production still. Courtesy of the artist; 303 Gallery, New York; Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich; Victoria Miro Gallery, London; and Regen Projects, Los Angeles. George the Cunt and Gilbert the Shit, Magazine Sculpture, 1969. © Gilbert & George. Dan Colen, Sweet Liberty Gallery 2. Photograph: Prudence Cumings Associates. Copyright by Dan Colen and Victor Mara Ltd. Claude Monet. Houses of Parliament, Sunlight Effect, 1903. Oil paint on canvas, 104.8 x 115.6 cm. Brooklyn Museum of Art. Ruth Asawa (American, 1926‒2013). Untitled (S.540, Hanging, Seven-Lobed, Interlocking Continuous Form within a Form), c1958. Brass and copper wire. The Shidler Family Collection. Artwork © Estate of Ruth Asawa. Stan Douglas. Mare Street, 2017 (detail). C-print on dibond, print size 180 x 300 cm. © Stan Douglas. Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro, London. Tove Jansson. Self-Portrait, 1975. Oil, 65 x 47 cm. Private collection. Photograph: Finnish National Gallery / Yehia Eweis. Maison Démontable, BCC, 1941. Inside La Grande Halle. Alina Szapocznikow with her work Naga (Naked), 1961. © ADAGP, Paris 2017 Courtesy of the Alina Szapocznikow Archive, Piotr Stanislawski and the National Museum in Krakow. Photograph: Marek Holzman, courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw. Grace Weir. Credit Unfolded, Laure Genillard, 2017. Installation view. Ilya Kabakov. The Man Who Flew Into Space From His Apartment, 1985. Six poster panels with collage. Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. © Ilya & Emilia Kabakov. Paula Rego. Self Portrait III, 2007. Pastel on paper. Marlborough Fine Art, London. Juno Calypso. A Solitary Love Affair, 2016. © the artist. Zarah Hussain talking to Studio International, London, 17 October 2017. Photograph: Martin Kennedy. Nicolás Herrera talking to Studio International at the Arthur M. Sackler Museum of Art and Archaeology at Peking University, September 2017. Photograph: Miguel Benavides.

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