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Patrick Scott: Image Space Light

Unsurprisingly coming from an architecture graduate, Scott’s work often revolved around order. Eve...

Michael Craig-Martin

Michael Craig-Martin has three exhibitions opening this month, one at Chatsworth House in Derbyshire...

Architecture Film and Postmodern Culture

In this enterprising move, long-term architectural publisher Axel Menges (whose list running from th...

Alex Warren and Tobias Ross-Southall, directors of Eleanor: interview

An extraordinary collaborative enterprise (displayed at the Cob Gallery Camden as a three-screen ins...

Shiver Me Timbers! Nick Jeffrey

Shiver Me Timbers!, a new exhibition of work by Berlin-based British artist Nick Jeffrey, is the Han...

Ruin Lust

Where the word “lust” in the title implies sinful, furtive enjoyment of the destroyed, Ruin Lust...

Viennese Season: Actionism

Suggestive, affective, nauseating. How to respond but with a wince, looking quickly away, perhaps a ...

Liliane Lijn: studio tour

Liliane Lijn (b1939) gives Studio International a tour of some of her key works in her north London ...

Gustave Doré – Master of Imagination

Gustave Doré (1832-83) was immensely successful in his day. He was the highest paid illustrator in ...

Vikings: Life and Legend

Vikings: Life and Legend opened at the British Museum to mixed reviews. In the newly finished Sainsb...

The Armory Show 2014 – The “Secondary” Market

First things first. The art came out from the gate running. Overflow was the word for this year’s ...

Artists Anonymous: interview

In 2013, exhibitions by London- and Berlin-based Artists Anonymous were held across Europe, in Essen...

Xu Bing: interview

Xu Bing, the internationally acclaimed Chinese conceptual artist who works in a variety of disciplin...

Ana Mendieta in Rome: interview with Raquel Cecilia

Studio International talks to film-maker Raquel Cecilia about documenting Ana Mendieta’s last crea...

Raw Vision – 25 Years of Art Brut

We all have private mythologies extracted from our experiences and interests. The extent to which th...

Agnes Denes: interview

Agnes Denes (b1931) is a Budapest-born artist based in New York, whose career spans 46 years. A pion...

Landscape architecture: Bernard Lassus

Landscape design has advanced dramatically in the past generation and Europe’s doyen, Professor Be...

Italian Futurism 1909-1944: Reconstructing the Universe

It begins with a car crash. Racing through the night, the vehicle swerves, overturning in a crash of...

Behind the Scenes at a Museum

An intriguing fusion of coffee table and textbook, Exhibiting Fashion: Before and After 1971 apprais...

The Drawn Word

The Drawn Word is the product of a research project funded by an Arts and Humanities Research Counci...

Studio International Yearbook 2011

Studio International Yearbook 2011 Special issue 2011, Volume 210 Number 1033. Publisher: The ...

Ryan Mosley: interview

The Alison Jacques Gallery presents the third solo exhibition of Ryan Mosley’s paintings. Through ...

Richard Hamilton

The retrospective of one of the founding artists of Pop Art, Richard Hamilton (1922-2011), inhabits ...

Robert Smithson’s New Jersey

Published in Artforum in 1967, Robert Smithson’s A Tour of the Monuments of Passaic, New Jersey is...

Abstract Drawing

Sculptor Richard Deacon has selected works by more than 30 artists spanning the last 105 years to re...

Strange Beauty: Masters of the Renaissance

Strange Beauty at the National Gallery presents some interesting ideas about British attitudes towar...

Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa, SANAA

Buildings for museums and cultural institutions, including the recently completed Louvre Lens museum...

Danie Mellor: Exotic Lies, Sacred Ties

Danie Mellor explores the paradoxes inherent in the shared experience of Indigenous people and white...

Abigail McLellan

The portrait Rebecca and Matthew (1998), of the art historian Matthew Sturgis and gallery owner Rebe...

Germany divided: Baselitz and his generation

In what forms part of a series of exhibitions and a public programme examining Germany, the British ...

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