logo studio international

Joel Shapiro: ‘As an artist, you are synthesising the stuff around you i...

The influential American sculptor, now in the fifth dec...

<

Ai Weiwei: ‘It’s about humanity’

Ai Weiwei is showing at four New York City galleries simultaneously. To mark this, Royal Aca...

Leah Raintree – Another Land: After Noguchi

This modest exhibition consists of 10 photographs by Raintree of the work of Isamu No...

Athena Papadopoulos: ‘Art is a kind of alchemy: turning shit into gold’

Drawing inspiration from her childhood and her womanisi...

Tim Benson: ‘I wanted my work to have more meaning’

The artist talks about storytelling through portraiture, and the human face...

Jean Tinguely: Machine Spectacle

From kinetic sculptures to ‘do-it-yourself machines’ and scorched animal skulls to sel...

<

James Wilkes: ‘Mind-wandering has became a productive way for us to disr...

The exhibition Rest & its discontents at the Mile E...

Beyond Caravaggio

The shadowy and sensuous world of Caravaggio was too tempting for contemporaries to ignore. But as this exhibitio...

John Akomfrah: ‘The question of discourse is absolutely central’

The artist explains the inspirations for his new split-screen ...

Olga Chernysheva: Vague Accent

This series of drawings depicting urban life in New York was made while Chernysheva was on a month-l...

Amalia Ulman: ‘I learn things from the performances that I wouldn’t ha...

Having presented her fictionalised personas on her Inst...

<

Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh: Impressions of Landscape

A trail-blazing artist, largely lost from sight, is brought back into the limel...

Paul Feiler

Examples of the signature works that occupied Feiler from the 1970s are on show at the Jessica Carlisle gallery, and ar...

Nicolás Herrera: ‘this mural is about life’

Studio International travelled to Cuenca, Ecuador, to talk to Nicolás Herre...

Cecilia Brunson: ‘In the case of Willys de Castro, it’s also a percept...

The Latin American art dealer explains the ethos of her...

The Lumen Prize Awards 2016

In its fifth year, this leading global prize for digital art has really hit its stride, with a greater ...

<

Jamian Juliano-Villani: The World’s Greatest Planet on Earth

For her first solo public exhibition outside the US, the artist show...

Carla Rapoport: ‘I like to think we’re the Elvis of the art world’

The founder of the Lumen Prize says Elvis brought gospel a...

James Richards: ‘I was really into making an exhibition space where ther...

The artist, who will be representing Wales in Venice (C...

Lucia Nogueira

As this selection of work shows, the sculptures and installations of the Brazilian artist, made from found or second...

Bedwyr Williams: The Gulch

This is a disorienting exploratory playground for the imagination, a procession of surreal scenarios, th...

<

Wendy Stavrianos: ‘I have always aimed for my work to be more akin to vi...

The artist talks about her concern with environmental d...

Arthur Watson: ‘What connected Nagoya and Chicago was the level of inter...

The artist talks about his current exhibition, Double D...

Picasso Portraits

Picasso’s life and art were shaped by friends, family and lovers, and as this exhibition demonstrates, his ...

Toby Ziegler: ‘In half an hour, you can undo an entire month’s work’

The artist explains his processes of painting and sandin...

Louise Bourgeois: Turning Inwards

The opening room at Hauser & Wirth Somerset has been transformed into a spider’s lair, ...

<

Giuseppe Penone: Fui, Sarò, Non Sono

Although he may not initially seem to possess the radicalism of his arte povera contemporarie...

Image Music Text: Andrew Gillespie, Andrew Lacon, Joanne Masding

Nathaniel Pitt explains that he looked to the processes of artists...

Celia Paul: Desdemona for Hilton by Celia

In an exhibition dominated by self-portraits and seascapes, Celia Paul demonstrates the v...

Joey Holder: ‘I’d like to see a lot more collaboration between the sci...

The artist shows Studio International around her &lsquo...



studio international logo
Copyright © 1893–2017 The Studio Trust.

The title Studio International is the property of
the Studio Trust and, together with the content,
are bound by copyright. All rights reserved.
studio international cover 1894
Home About Studio
Archive Yearbooks
Interviews Contributors
Video Contact us
twitter facebook RSS feed instagram

Studio International is published by:
Studio Trust, PO Box 1545, New York, NY
10021-0043, USA