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Jimmy Pike: A Desert Cowboy in London – Retrospective

It is extraordinary in the early 21st century to be in the city of London looking at the work of an ...

Anindita Dutta: MAYA

MAYA, a major exhibition by Anindita Dutta, is the second exhibition of the Dame Jillian Sackler Int...

Making Colour

Now, the National Gallery is hosting an exhibition dedicated to the history of making colour in west...

Jeff Koons: A Retrospective

It has happened! It is here! The Whitney Museum has opened its doors to the Temple of Koons. The bui...

Ralph Rugoff: interview

The Human Factor: The Figure in Contemporary Sculpture. Curator of the exhibition, Hayward Gallery...

Kenneth Clark: Looking for Civilisation

If connoisseurship was already thought to have an “antique ring” as early as 1950, this tendency...

Nasreen Mohamedi

It is thrilling, with this superb exhibition at Tate Liverpool, to see the work of Nasreen Mohamedi ...

Material is the Message

The exhibition of “paper sculpture” taking place in the Marble Palace of the Russian Museum feat...

British Folk Art

It is all too easy to forget about folk art in the UK, to dismiss it as purely decorative, twee, or ...

Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place, 1958-2010

It has been more than 30 years since the last show devoted to Carl Andre was staged in America. As h...

Pierre-Nicolas Bounakoff, Jean-Marie Gallais, Ida Tursic and Wilfried Mill...

Halftone: Through the Grid is a group show, curated by Pierre-Nicolas Bounakoff and Jean-Marie Galla...

Art made in the trenches of life

With funding from the Henry Luce Foundation as part of its 75th-anniversary initiative,1 the America...

Marc Desgrandchamps: interview

In this exhibition of vivid beach scenes, Desgrandchamps has turned up the opacity on his figurative...

Richard Jackson: New Paintings

Richard Jackson (born 1939) has been a pre-eminent figure on the American art scene since the 70s an...

Isabel Nolan: interview

Isabel Nolan’s exhibition at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, The Weakened Eye of Day, marks the la...

Mondrian and his Studios

As observers, we might be tempted to approach the work of Piet Mondrian as we would the scene of a c...

Marina Abramović: interview

We spoke to her ahead of the opening of 512 hours about why, for her, presence is so important, what...

Doug Cocker: interview

Doug Cocker’s workspace – a converted studio in Lundie – sits in the farming landscape of Coup...

Joyce Cairns: interview

Joyce W Cairns RSA was born and brought up in Edinburgh. She studied painting at Gray’s School of ...

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2014

Studio International visited this year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition before the party began, a...

Ancient Lives, New Discoveries

Ancient Lives explores the mortal remains and daily routines of eight of the British Museum’s mumm...

Richard Long

This exhibition of works by Richard Long from 1995 to 2014 documents the artist’s journeys through...

Ursula Ilse-Neuman: interview

From the early days of its development two centuries ago, photography has been closely aligned with ...

Ali Banisadr: interview

Born in Tehran in 1976, Ali Banisadr was three when the Islamic revolution took place. He and his fa...

David Ostrowski: interview

The paintings of German artist David Ostrowski (b1981) look like works that may or may not be quite ...

Ben Johnson: interview

Studio International visited the Alan Cristea gallery to talk to the painter Ben Johnson. This is hi...

Unravelling the Mystery and Mastery of America’s First Couturier

Harold Koda, curator-in-charge at the Costume Institute, discusses Charles James’s ingenious desig...

Paul Coldwell: interview

Paul Coldwell’s exhibition at the Freud Museum, London explores our relationship to objects and th...

Tania Kovats: Oceans

For as long as we have told stories, we have told them of the sea. For every culture on its shores, ...

Meschac Gaba: Exchange Market

This exhibition of new work by Meschac Gaba marks his first solo show in the US. Exchange is central...

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