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Richard Demarco interview: ‘The art world, like the Edinburgh festival i...

Richard Demarco has organised exhibitions and theatre events for the Edinburgh festival since 1963. ...

Sensation and Sensuality: Rubens and his Legacy

This true gem of an exhibition shows not only Rubens’ vast creativeness, but the incredible artist...

Crossing the Line 2: Drawing in the Middle East

Crossing the Line was a conference that brought together specialists to examine the role of drawing ...

Fu Site: Politicians

Working with layers of mixed media on paper and canvas, Fu Site, whose exhibition Politicians is at ...

DALeast interview: ‘I’m constantly thinking about creating something m...

The figures in Chinese artist DALeast’s paintings don’t look as if they are either coming or goi...

Céleste Boursier-Mougenot: persistances

Céleste Boursier-Mougenot’s immersive installations merge movement and sound and extract the musi...

Ralph Fasanella: Lest We Forget

Ralph Fasanella’s paintings, on view at the American Folk Art Museum, record US history from the p...

Deb Covell interview: ‘I want to show how far painting can be pushed’

Deb Covell (b1966) is a painter who seeks to celebrate the material qualities of paint. Rejecting pi...

Anne Graham interview: ‘The ability to see things as if for the first ti...

Anne Graham currently has two exhibitions of sculpture in Sydney, which indicate the many layers of ...

GW Bot interview: ‘Living and working in Australia has meant coming to t...

GW Bot lives in Canberra, Australia’s bush capital, with the Brindabella Range on one side and sub...

Nanda Vigo: interview

A pioneer in modern Italian art, Nanda Vigo has continually skirted the confines of design, architec...

Nico van der Endt interview: ‘Willem van Genk was a visionary, a man dis...

Willem van Genk, one of the most fascinating outsider artists, is featured in a new exhibition at th...

The Present of Modernism

The Present of Modernism at Vienna’s Mumok compares works from the original movement alongside ear...

Retrospective Exhibition Constantin Meunier (1831-1905)

Constantin Meunier is now mostly remembered for his bronze statues of industrial workers, but this r...

Mwangi Hutter interview: ‘we are interested in personal and universal re...

Berlin and Nairobi-based artist duo Mwangi Hutter talk about their work as a collaborative, how they...

Jasper Johns: Regrets

Jasper Johns’ new works at the Courtauld Gallery, Regrets, take inspiration from Francis Bacon, Lu...

The Real Tudors: Kings and Queens Rediscovered

The latest exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery seeks to strip back the layers of 16th-centur...

David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring

David Hockney’s drawings and prints of English wooded lawns and leafy alleys now on show at the Pa...

Xavier Mascaró interview: ‘I’m a sculptor, because I want to leave so...

Latin American sculptor Xavier Mascaró talks about his obsession with presence and absence in his w...

Daniel Buren: Comme Un Jeu d’Enfant / Like Child’s Play, Work In Situ

Daniel Buren’s transformation of Strasbourg’s Musée d’Art Moderne et Comtemporain demonstrate...

Nadav Kander: interview

Nadav Kander is an award-winning photographer with an international reputation. He has photographed ...

Arnulf Rainer: Retrospective

In a thrilling career-spanning retrospective, Arnulf Rainer proves that art can be revelatory throug...

Agathe Sorel interview: ‘I never have an idea in advance, even now. Expe...

Agathe Sorel talks about her battle to get printmaking recognised in art colleges, her unconventiona...

Christopher Le Brun interview: ‘From the drama of the image in my earlie...

Royal Academy president Christopher Le Brun has produced 33 new canvases for his solo show at Friedm...

Sally Smart: interview

Sally Smart, known for her large-scale installations, talks about her recent project, The Pedagogica...

Vânia Mignone: interview

In this conversation with Studio International about her first retrospective, titled Scenarios, at t...

Maryam Najd: Accuracy & Balance – West

In her work, painter Maryam Najd, who was born in Iran but now lives in Belgium, explores whether th...

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: interview

Famous for his interactive installations for public spaces, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer talks about his unu...

The Digital Revolution and the beginning of New Media Art

From the ICA’s landmark 1968 show Cybernetic Serendipity through Pac-Man and Mario Bros to the lat...

Will Maclean and Marian Leven: interview

An Suileachan is an art project on the Isle of Lewis, by Will Maclean and Marian Leven, that reflect...

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