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Rui Macedo: Memorabilia

Rui Macedo, who was born in the Portuguese city of Évora in 1975, started working as a painter at t...

Folkestone Triennial

Folkestone Triennial 2014: video interviews with curator Lewis Biggs, Alastair Upton, chief executiv...

rootoftwo: interview

The work of rootoftwo also responds to anxiety, but by measuring social media and people’s respons...

Emma Hart: interview

Emma Hart’s work is full of anxiety. Located in an empty domestic space on Tontine Street, Folkest...

Pablo Bronstein: interview

Pablo Bronstein, whose Sketches for Regency Living graced the walls of the ICA in London this summer...

Jyll Bradley: interview

Jyll Bradley, a native of Folkestone, has returned to the town to create a wonderful homage to the K...

Alex Hartley: interview

Fresh from his incredible journey with Nowhereisland, Alex Hartley speaks to us from his lookout ato...

Lewis Biggs: interview

Lewis Biggs is this year’s curator of the Folkestone Triennial, invited to join after 11 years as ...

Alastair Upton: interview

Alastair Upton is chief executive of The Creative Foundation, an independent visionary arts charity ...

Dashiell Manley interview: ‘I approach most projects as if making a film...

Los Angeles-based artist Dashiell Manley talks about The Great Train Robbery, explains why he sees h...

Ready or Not: 2014 New Jersey Arts Annual: Fine Art

In its Arts Annual: Fine Art, Newark Museum was true to its roots. A wide array of theses, media an...

Katie Paterson: Earth-Moon-Earth (Moonlight Sonata Reflected from the Surf...

Katie Paterson’s lunar meditation on music, technology and imperfection reassesses our place in th...

Stephen Farthing: interview

Stephen Farthing, Rootstein Hopkins Chair of Drawing, talks to Janet McKenzie about his obsession wi...

Rossetti’s Obsession: Images of Jane Morris

This small but enchanting exhibition of paintings, drawings and photographs of the pre-Raphaelite be...

Micro-Events: Tsuneko Taniuchi

Blurring the line between reality and fiction, performance artist Tsuneko Taniuchi tries to change o...

The lives of the women behind the Zero artists

Strong Women For Art: In Conversation with Anna Lenz is a celebration of women who have lived with m...

Primrose: Early Colour Photography in Russia

From austere family portraits of the 1860s to Rodchenko’s Stalinist propaganda posters and the sub...

Mark Soo interview: ‘The object of observation changes by being observed...

Multimedia artist Mark Soo tells A Will Brown about his interest in the interconnection of elements,...

An Idiosyncratic A to Z of the Human Condition

This whimsical interactive exhibition from the Wellcome Collection, with its weird and wonderful obj...

Ed Atkins: interview

Anna McNay spoke to Ed Atkins about his current exhibition at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, where ...

Where Were You?

Lisson Gallery continues its minimalist aesthetic with the work of nine artists, five of whom have n...

Gego: Line as Object

German-born artist Gego once claimed that sculpture was never what she did, but the Henry Moore Inst...

Lisa Corinne Davis: interview

Lisa Corinne Davis talks to Lilly Wei about her multilayered, map-like paintings, the complex relati...

Louise Bourgeois: A Woman Without Secrets

Louise Bourgeois is best known for her spider sculptures, including Maman for Tate Modern. This exhi...

NYC Makers: The MAD Biennial

Jake Yuzna, curator of the Museum of Arts and Design’s first biennial of New York City “makers...

Isa Genzken: Botanical Garden

The beautiful surroundings of Edinburgh’s Royal Botanic Garden provide the backdrop for German art...

Rashid Johnson: Magic Numbers

Rashid Johnson talks about his show Magic Numbers at the George Economou Collection in Athens, his u...

Anita Taylor: interview

Anita Taylor, dean of Bath School of Art and Design at Bath Spa University and the founder of the Je...

Drawn Together: Artist as Selector

Anita Taylor, dean of Bath School of Art and Design at Bath Spa University and the founder of the Je...

Susan Hiller: Resounding

Susan Hiller’s exploration of anthropology and psychoanalysis sees her collecting, cataloguing, re...

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