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

The founder of the Lumen Prize says Elvis brought gospel and black music into the mainstream, and sh...

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

The artist, who will be representing Wales in Venice (Cymru yn Fenis) at next year’s biennale, tal...

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

The artist talks about his current exhibition, Double Diablerie, in which he explores superstitions ...

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

Toby Ziegler explains his processes of painting and sanding, and using Google’s reverse image sear...

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

The artist shows Studio International around her ‘futuristic medical room’ installation and expl...

Simon Starling: ‘A little knowledge is a powerful thing, and too much kn...

The Turner Prize-winning conceptual artist underscores his first institutional show in New York with...

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Peter Liversidge: ‘My work is solely about engagement’

The artist talks about the significance of his “proposals”, and discusses his recent project at ...

Tom Ellis: ‘Defining yourself in opposition to something else is always ...

The British artist talks about context, subversion and what it means to build a career in the middle...

Susan Webster: ‘Ever since I’ve been young I’ve been obsessed with t...

Maine’s poet laureate Stuart Kestenbaum and artist Susan Webster talk about their recent collabora...

Michelangelo Pistoletto: ‘The mirror is always part of one unique mirror...

In the startlingly altered states of Blenheim Palace, the multifarious Michelangelo Pistoletto spoke...

Simon Lewty: ‘I draw only from the imagination’

Lewty, whose work combines fantastic images with text, talks about where his inspiration comes from,...

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Sofia Borges: ‘Photography can be used as a tool to mould our sense of r...

The artist subverts photography, as she strives to ‘rub out meaning’. Instead, she explains, she...

Zhao Zhao: ‘You cannot separate art from politics’

A prominent member of the post-1980s generation of Chinese artists and a former assistant of Ai Wewe...

Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva: ‘I am driven by making the impossible possible’

The artist, who makes beautiful works of art using waste products from the meat industry talks about...

Karen Guthrie: ‘Family history is a hidden pain with lots of people. A f...

Karen Guthrie: ‘Family history is a hidden pain with lots of people. A film can bring those things...

Douglas Kotwall: ‘We want to incubate young, contemporary Chinese artist...

Kotwall, a senior member of the K11 Art Foundation, talks about the ethos and goals of the organisat...

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Guan Xiao: ‘I am learning about humour. It is a precious quality’

The artist talks about how the digital revolution has influenced her work, the roles of text and hum...

Amy Franceschini: ‘It’s kind of simple: I want to be alive and I want ...

The artist talks about her upbringing in the breadbasket of America, and how this taught her about t...

Sean Scully: ‘The stripe can do anything in any direction, and since it ...

The abstract artist talks about why he changed his style so radically in the 1980s, the influence of...

Conrad Shawcross: ‘It’s created a skin for the surface of this buildin...

The artist explains his use of the moiré effect in designing an optical cloak for a tall industrial...

Clare Jarrett: ‘It’s almost as though the work is already there somewh...

The Norwich-based artist talks about her recent residency at the Barbershop in Norwich, and her prac...

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Cyril de Commarque: ‘I believe in a new renaissance of thinking’

The French artist has converted a grain barge into an artwork to sail the Thames, blasting out a sou...

History Machines by Donovan & Siegel

Toronto-based artist couple Matt Donavan and Hallie Siegel explore the history of changes in communi...

Jeffrey Gibson: ‘I was so angry I washed my canvases in the laundromat’

The artist talks about being any angry young artist, his earlier determination not to be viewed as a...

Mårten Lange: ‘I wanted to make a story about something beyond the reac...

The photographer talks about his lifelong fascination with prehistory and his latest photobook, Chic...

Paul Carter: ‘There’s an invitation that only takes you so far’

Entering the gallery, visitors enter a new world – a liminal space, with an empty lift, piss-stain...

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Li Huasheng: ‘A line is nothing. When I paint a vase, its outline does n...

The Chinese artist is admired for his abstract ink paintings. Here, he explains how a visit to the U...

Judith Wechsler: ‘Film allows, even invites, inclusivity of media. It’...

The American film-maker and art historian discusses her remarkable body of documentaries on art, inc...

Regine Bartsch: ‘I’m drawn to these places where many people have live...

In her studio in southern Ireland, the German-born artist spoke about her recent exhibition and resi...

Katie Schwab: ‘I like the idea that works can begin to generate their ow...

Keen to learn traditional, craft-based skills, the artist explains why she is drawn to processes whe...



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