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Serge Poliakoff: Silent Paintings

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

Thomas Allen: ‘I want my cave to offer an escape’

Thomas Allen talks about his background in sociology, how his latest work relies on the scribbles of...

Gail Pickering: ‘I was interested in the histories of community video pr...

The London-based artist Gail Pickering talks about her recent major exhibition at Baltic Centre for ...

Valerie Hird – interview: ‘Drawings are documents of honest and wonder...

US artist Valerie Hird studied archaeological illustration and then painting before becoming a compu...

William S Burroughs: Can you all hear me?

The October Gallery’s exhibition explores the legacy of novelist and artist William S Burroughs, a...

Jessica Stockholder: ‘Art changes, taking account of the present moment...

Jessica Stockholder talks about her work, which combines painting, sculpture, installation and langu...

Nina Lola Bachhuber: ‘The creative process is like a virus in my brain’

The Munich-born artist’s delicate drawings depict invented characters that are then given form in ...

Refiguring the 50s

The exhibition at Ben Uri brings together five postwar artists, Joan Eardley, Sheila Fell, Eva Frank...

Samara Scott: Harvest

Using edible and chemical substances from hair gel to toothpaste to avocado skins and potatoes, Sama...

Concentric circles: Wojciech Fangor and Peter Sedgely

London commentary by David Thompson

First published in Studio International, Vol 171 No 878...

A World to Win: Posters of Protest and Revolution

From the “votes for women” campaigns of the early 20th century to anti-apartheid protests in the...

Wojciech Fangor: Colour-Light-Space

In the 1950s and 60s, Polish-born Wojciech Fangor (b1928) was an artistic force to be reckoned with....

Sam Belinfante: ‘For galleries, sound is still a terrifying prospect’

Sam Belinfante talks about the role of listening in the visual arts and the challenges he faced in c...

Dan Coombs: ‘Art is grounded in reaching for the real’

The artist talks about how he hoped his recent exhibition, Suspicion, would answer his 20-year quest...

Caragh Thuring

In her largest exhibition to date, British artist Caragh Thuring presents a diverse series of abstra...

Transfigurations: Modern Masters from the Wexner Family Collection

This exhibition, which revolves around Pablo Picasso, Jean Dubuffet and Alberto Giacometti, offers w...

Nova at Art Basel Miami Beach

The Nova section of Art Basel Miami Beach gave artists a chance to show their latest works, from dra...

Maggi Hambling: ‘Some paintings you’ve just got to cut up. There’s e...

Maggi Hambling talks about the sea, life, death and love in her work, how, despite being nearly 70, ...

Jim Campbell: Indirect Imaging

American artist Jim Campbell uses LED technology for his light installations in this stunning explor...

Reiner Ruthenbeck

In this major retrospective at the Serpentine Gallery, the works of Reiner Ruthenbeck – in particu...

Brian Bress: ‘I come to video with the agenda of a painter’

Brian Bress is an innovative multimedia artist who creates works that combine painting, drawing, ani...

Refraction: The Image of Sense

The internet and new technology have changed visual culture, and Peter Amdam, curator of Blain South...

Kennedy Browne: ‘With the internet there is no final cut’

Irish artist duo Kennedy Browne talk about how their work has been shaped by free-market triumphalis...

Marie Jacotey – Dolly

One of this year’s Bloomberg New Contemporaries, 26-year-old, Paris-born Marie Jacotey is exhibiti...

Art Basel Miami Beach: 14th Edition

This year’s fair was all about art as entertainment – and it didn’t disappoint. With more than...

Stan Douglas

Through photographs, film and video art, in his exhibition at Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket Gallery, Can...

Matt Copson: interview

Emerging artist Matt Copson’s alter ego is a vengeful fox named Reynard. Using ancient European fo...

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2014

Studio International attended the opening night of Bloomberg New Contemporaries at the Institute of ...

Milou van der Maaden: interview

Dutch artist Milou van der Maaden graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art this year and instantl...

Charles Richardson: interview

Recent Slade graduate Charles Richardson has hit the ground running. This year, in addition to his i...

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