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Helen Flockhart: ‘Art doesn’t have to be large to be powerful’

The Scottish painter on her time at Glasgow School of Art in the 80s, being influenced by convention...

Kehinde Wiley: ‘I think ideas are just as important as the material prac...

African-American artist Kehinde Wiley talks about the practice of painting as a conceptual tool to e...

Thomas Hart Benton’s ‘America Today’ Rediscovered

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is celebrating the acquisition and installation of Thomas...

Drawing as the catalyst for contemporary printmaking in the UK

We look at how printmaking has influenced the work of Arthur Watson, Paul Coldwell, Christopher Le B...

Cornelia Parker: interview

Known for her explosive works, crossing the line between science and art, Cornelia Parker spoke to u...

Luc Tuymans: The Shore

Luc Tuymans’s latest exhibition at the David Zwirner Gallery in London is the result of a diverse ...

Faces Then, Faces Now

This double offering explores the concept of identity through portraits in two opposing media and ag...

Danh Vō: Homosapiens

The work of the Vietnamese-born Danish artist Danh Vō explores colonialism and nationalism through ...

Motoi Yamamoto: Return to the Origin

In Japan, salt is used to exorcise the bad spirits that are said to haunt the dead. With his install...

Lynda Benglis: ‘I think artists create their own rules’

Here, the artist who was once dubbed the “heir to Pollock” and shocked the art world in 1974 by ...

Morehshin Allahyari: ‘Suddenly, I had the opportunity of making art with...

The Iranian-born artist, who moved to the US in 2007, talks about important concepts in her work, in...

Sonia Delaunay: Les Couleurs de l’Abstraction

A key figure of early 20th-century Parisian avant garde, Sonia Delaunay has often been cast in a sup...

Janet Biggs: ‘This project traces my very specific memories of my family...

The video and installation artist talks about her latest exhibition, in which she worked with neuros...

David Weiss: Works, 1968-1979

This exhibition of Swiss artist David Weiss looks at the years before he and Peter Fischli became a ...

Mira Schendel: Monotypes

Mira Schendel is regarded as one of the most significant South American artists of the 20th century,...

Fernanda Chieco: ‘I go searching for stories’

The Brazilian artist talks about art residency programmes, and how one led her to look at haunted ho...

Haris Epaminonda: ‘I imagined the Cypriot landscape to be the main prota...

Haris Epaminonda talks about the making of her four-channel video installation Chapters, filmed in h...

David Birkin, Mouths at the Invisible Event

David Birkin makes socially and politically motivated art that is thought-provoking and challenging....

Toyin Odutola: ‘I’m no longer interested in portraying what I think I ...

Toyin Odutola talks about why she loves pen and ink, where she gets the inspiration for her titles, ...

Unseen

The newly finished Gilbert and Ildiko Butler Drawings Gallery showcases the incredible breadth of th...

Frederick Wiseman: ‘National Gallery shows more about the ambivalence, d...

The American film-maker Frederick Wiseman talks about his latest documentary, a portrait of the Nati...

David Altmejd: ‘I believe in the power that art has to generate meaning...

Canadian artist David Altmejd, known for his fantastical sculptures and installations, discusses his...

Ron Mueck

Australian sculptor Ron Mueck’s touring show has now been seen by more than a million visitors. Wh...

Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society 1915 – 2015

To measure the imprint that a century of abstract art has left on society, culture and politics, Adv...

Saba Qizilbash: ‘I always attempt to speak from personal eye level’

The Pakistani-born artist says much of her works have been in response to stages in her personal lif...

Basim Magdy: interview

Basim Magdy reveals a world of colour in his films and photographs. The critically acclaimed Egyptia...

Lynn Hershman Leeson: ‘I’ve always been interested in the exchange bet...

The US artist Lynn Hershman Leeson, known for her performance art and film-making, talks about her l...

Lynn Hershman Leeson: Civic Radar

A dedicated feminist who came of age in the tumult of the 1960s, Lynn Hershman Leeson was born in 19...

Trish Wylie interview: ‘Wylie provides a hotline to the gods of the silv...

Studio International has come to north west London to visit the painter Trish Wylie in her studio....

Serge Poliakoff: Silent Paintings

Through his devoted exploration of abstraction, Russian modernist Serge Poliakoff not only establish...

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