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Brazilian film-maker and theatre producer Matheus Parizi. John Bellany, Rose of Sharon, 1973. Oil on canvas, 194 x 187 cm (76.4 x 73.6 in). Photo: Prudence Cuming Associates, The Estate of John Bellany. All rights reserved. Bridgeman Images, 2019. Devon Shimoyama, Miles, 2019. Oil, acrylic, colour pencil. jewellery, Flashe, glitter, collage, sequins and fabric on canvas
stretched over panel, 60 x 48 in (152.4 x 121.9 cm). Image courtesy De Buck Gallery, New York. Online Dating Profile Picture, Hey Saturday, London, England, 2016. Image courtesy Saskia Nelson, Hey Saturday. Pascale Marthine Tayou, Plastic Bags, 2019. Presented by Richard Taittinger Gallery, New York, and Galleria Continua, San Gimignano, Beijing, Les Moulins, Havana. Photo @ Mike Vitelli. Illustration of the internal organs and acupuncture points in Shishi bessho zui. Hozumi Koremasa, 1820s. © Royal College of Physicians. Julie Mehretu. Monotype #19, 2018. Monotype with printer ink and occasional acrylic on Hahnemuhle Copperplate 300gsm, 55.9 x 73.7 cm. © Julie Mehretu. Photo © Rebecca Fanuele. Hew Locke talking to Studio International at his London studio, 5 February 2019. Photo: Martin Kennedy. Barby Asante: Declaration of Independence, 2019. BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art. © 2019 BALTIC. Studio International spoke to Miriam de Búrca, Joy Gerrard, Mary Griffiths and Barbara Walker ahead of the opening of the exhibition Protest and Remembrance at Alan Cristea Gallery, London, 2019. Photos: Martin Kennedy. Kip Gresham. Mary Griffiths talking to Studio International at the opening of Protest and Remembrance, Alan Cristea Gallery, London. Photo: Martin Kennedy. Barbara Walker talked to Studio International before the opening of Protest and Remembrance, Alan Cristea Gallery, London. Photo: Martin Kennedy. Joy Gerrard talking to Studio International at the opening of Protest and Remembrance, Alan Cristea Gallery, London. Photo: Martin Kennedy. Miriam de Búrca talking to Studio International at the opening of Protest and Remembrance, Alan Cristea Gallery, London. Photo: Martin Kennedy. Max Burchartz. Tanzfestspiele zum 2. Deutschen tänzerkongress Essen 1928 (Dance Festival at the Second German Dance Congress) poster, 1928.  Printed by F. W. Rohden, Essen. Photolithograph. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Purchase Fund, Jan Tschichold Collection, 326.1937. Digital Image © The Museum of Modern Art/Licensed by SCALA / Art Resource, NY. © 2018 Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn. M9 Museum Building (right) and Administrative (left). Photo: Jan Bitter. Magdalene Odundo: The Journey of Things. Installation view, The Hepworth Wakefield, 16 February – 2 June 2019. Photograph © Nick Singleton. Zuza Golińska’s Run-Up (2015),  installation view, Power play, 2019, 25 January - 16 March 2019. Photo: Tim Bowditch. Courtesy Delfina Foundation, Korean Cultural Centre UK, and SongEun ArtSpace. Caspar David Friedrich, 1989 by Claudio Parmiggiani. Black monochrome canvasses, boat. © Collezione Maramotti. Phoebe Boswell talking to Studio International about her exhibition The Space Between Things at Autograph, London, 25 February 2019. Photo: Martin Kennedy. Rembrandt van Rijnb, Self-portrait with Tousled Hair, c1628–29. De Bruijn-van der Leeuw Bequest, Muri, Switzerland. Phyllida Barlow in her exhibition cul-de-sac at the Royal Academy of Arts, London. Artwork: Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. © Phyllida Barlow. Photo: © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photograph: David Parry. Ghislaine Leung, Parents, 2019. Commissioned and produced by Chisenhale Gallery, London. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Andy Keate. Julianne Swartz. Joy, still, 2018. 21:38 mins, 16 channels, electronics, composed soundtracks. Commissioned by Grace Farms Foundation, New Canaan. Courtesy of Julianne Swartz Studio, Stone Ridge and Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York City. Photo: Eva Deitch. Imre Bak talking to Studio International at the opening of his exhibition at Mayor Gallery, London, February 2019. Photo: Martin Kennedy. Kader Attia: The Museum of Emotion, installation view, Hayward Gallery. Copyright the artist, courtesy Hayward Gallery 2019. Erwin Wurm, Untitled (P29), 2018 (detail). Polaroid, 80 x 56 cm. Courtesy Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London, Paris, Salzburg. ©  Erwin Wurm/DACS, 2019. Makeshift, gallery view, 2018. Foreground: Brad Kahlhamer and Cleo Kahlhamer, Super Catcher/Ultra Cruiser. Background (left to right): Odili Donald Odita, Panic; Alison Elizabeth Taylor, Shed Bed Chain Link Forest Scorpion Sunrise; Greg Smith, TINA (There Is No Alternative). Htein Lin. A Show of Hands, installation view, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, 16 February 2019 – 28 April 2019. Image courtesy the artist.


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