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Hugo McCloud: ‘I respect the beauty in the things that are overlooked’

The emerging artist Hugo McCloud, whose layered abstract paintings concentrate on process and materi...

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Caragh Thuring: ‘It’s a sort of standoff – how am I going to deal wi...

The Brussels-born artist discusses reconstructing old paintings as tapestries to create new work, wh...

Mette Edvardsen: ‘If forgetting is important, then so is remembering’

The dancer, choreographer and performer talks about memorising books and then retelling them, and ex...

Kong Ning: ‘Being a witness mentally scarred me’

Multidisciplinary artist and environmental activist Kong Ning is based in Beijing. Born in Heilongji...

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2016

Since 1949 New Contemporaries has hand-picked graduate and emerging artists to present them to the p...

George Ridgway: interview

George Ridgway graduated last year from the Glasgow School of Art. His work traverses painting and i...

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Kate Fahey: interview

Kate Fahey is concerned with slowing down how we interact with images. In the age of Google, where o...

Seungjo Jeong: interview

South Korean artist Seungjo Jeong creates pared-back canvases that explore the relationship between ...

Fabienne Verdier: ‘I am an intrepid woman, a bit of a rebel maybe’

Verdier explains her unique method of vertical painting, using a handmade brush with a large reserve...

Roger Hiorns: ‘It isn’t enough to put an artwork in the world. You hav...

Roger Hiorns explains his methods of exploration and excavation, and why he believes art is not so m...

Sophie Jung: ‘I don’t trust language’

The performance artist talks about Chinese encyclopaedias, the Austrian feminist playwright Elfriede...

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Karen Russo: ‘I’ve always liked the idea of making films that were som...

The artists talks about her two most recent films, Haus Atlantis and TET-Stadt, which centre on the ...

David Kohn: ‘In trying to broaden what architecture could be, it feels l...

From a house extension modelled on a fox, to a new quad for an Oxford college, to a hotel in the air...

Emma Elliott: ‘Being human is the most important thing. Just being human...

The Passion For Freedom ambassador talks about her current project, which brings together the stigma...

Jiang Dahai: ‘There are universal values shared among artists and schola...

The Chinese-born artist unfolds his search for abstraction in all art, his pursuit of musicality and...

Magnus Plessen: ‘I try to undo or confuse any preconceived ideas while w...

The German artist talks about his latest show at White Cube in London, which includes paintings done...

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Wael Shawky: ‘When you invert language, you make it even stronger’

With two exhibitions of his work opening in Italy this month, Wael Shawky talks about his film-makin...

Monica Bonvicini: ‘It is not merely a display of sculptures and objects ...

The Italian artist talks about her survey show at Baltic and how bringing together her works in new ...

Anthea Hamilton: ‘There is something quite liberating about knowing that...

The Turner Prize-nominated artist talks about her experience of reimagining the Kettle’s Yard coll...

György Jovánovics: ‘A relief shows a dynamic promise, which is more th...

The Hungarian neo-avant-garde relief artist unravels his enduring interest in the abstract possibili...

Maureen Gallace: ‘I wasn’t straining to do anything clever with such a...

For her third solo exhibition at Maureen Paley, London, the New York-based painter shows a group of ...

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Peter Wächtler: ‘It’s a strange mixture of respect, and total disresp...

The Berlin and Brussels-based artist discusses the benefits of repetition, grappling with tradition,...

Helaine Blumenfeld: ‘Beauty has no real meaning any more’

The sculptor talks about her ideas of beauty and pain, and how she learned to express these through ...

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

The influential American sculptor, now in the fifth decade of his career, brings out his wood wall r...

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

Drawing inspiration from her childhood and her womanising, fur-dealer father, Papadopoulos works acr...

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

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

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

The exhibition Rest & its discontents at the Mile End Art Pavilion, London, is one of a number of ev...

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

The artist explains the inspirations for his new split-screen film, Auto da Fé, and talks about the...

Nicolás Herrera: ‘this mural is about life’

Studio International travelled to Cuenca, Ecuador, to talk to Nicolás Herrera about his new work, E...

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

The Latin American art dealer explains the ethos of her Bermondsey gallery and the importance of the...



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