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Shu Lea Cheang: 3x3x6 – Venice Biennale 2019

Shu Lea Cheang’s multi-media installation for Venice uses its ancient prison setting well to explo...

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Leonor Antunes: a seam, a surface, a hinge or a knot – Venice Biennale 2...

Leonor Antunes combines her sculpture and craft to open up conversations within architectural spaces...

Renate Bertlmann: Discordo Ergo Sum – Venice Biennale 2019

Renate Bertlmann’s work is rooted in 1970s feminism, yet her message is entirely contemporary. She...

Eva Rothschild: The Shrinking Universe – Venice Biennale 2019

Eva Rothschild’s installation in Venice’s Arsenale summons the spirit of infrastructure, rubble ...

Sean Edwards: Undo Things Done – Venice Biennale 2019

Sean Edwards discusses growing up in a community with low expectations and expressing the most hones...

Hew Locke – interview: ‘A lot of my work has to do with the burden of ...

Hew Locke discusses monarchy, nationhood, bigotry, boats, Brexit and the seductive silliness of TV...

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Mary Griffiths – interview: ‘I extrapolate a drawing that has some res...

In Protest and Remembrance at Alan Cristea, with her large abstract works of plywood, acrylic gesso ...

Barbara Walker – interview: ‘From the moment I make the first mark, I...

Walker scours archives for images on which to base her drawings of black soldiers. She talks here as...

Joy Gerrard – interview: ‘I’m interested in how we witness and inter...

In her depictions of mass protests, Gerrard aims to make visible those who attend. For Protest and R...

Miriam de Búrca – interview: ‘The sites themselves are very charged: ...

With her detailed drawings of plants growing on the graves of Ireland’s excommunicates and other u...

Phoebe Boswell – interview: ‘Grief is not a personal thing. It’s a h...

Boswell’s latest exhibition, The Space Between Things, which includes a video of her undergoing an...

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Imre Bak – interview: ‘In today’s language, we need to achieve some ...

The neo-avant-gardist recalls cold war isolation, his enduring commitment to geometric abstraction, ...

Joseph Hillier – video interview: ‘Figurative sculpture in a public sp...

Sculptor Joseph Hillier talks about his most ambitious project to date, its design, and what it take...

Mariko Mori: Oneness

The Moongate Garden at the Sackler Gallery provided a magical backdrop for Mariko Mori’s performan...

Otobong Nkanga, interview, Artes Mundi 8

Otobong Nkanga talks about her inspirations for the works on show at Artes Mundi 8, and her enduring...

Anna Boghiguian, interview, Artes Mundi 8

Anna Boghiguian talks about her travels and research for A Meteor Fell from the Sky, the founding of...

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Magdalena Abakanowicz: Presence, Essence, Identity

Magdalena Mielnicka, an expert on Abakanowicz, talks about the irrepressible Polish artist’s extra...

Billy Apple interview: The Artist Has to Live Like Everybody Else 1961–2...

Billy Apple is not just an artist – he’s a trademarked brand. He talks about exchanging his art ...

Dan Graham on Rock’n’Roll

Dan Graham talks about his early days as a New York gallerist, his love of music and why he doesn’...

The Old Stile Press

Nicolas and Frances McDowall started the Old Stile Press almost 40 years ago. They talk to Studio In...

Ian Davenport: Colourscapes

The artist discusses works done over the past year, now at Waddington Custot, London, as well as the...

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Patricia Guzman, interview

Patricia Guzman’s expertly executed realism makes her paintings appear photographic, as she docume...

E.V. Day, interview

In a riveting, large-scale work called Moss Ball: A Meditation on the Overview Effect (2018), E.V. D...

Tai Xiangzhou, interview

Tai Xiangzhou is committed to a traditional lexicon, his ink paintings magnificent, deeply indebted ...

Mark Fox, interview

Mark Fox, who was brought up as a Catholic, has issues with certain of the religion’s doctrines an...

Frieder Nake, interview

Frieder Nake’s work is from 1965, a pioneering example of computer art in which the image is wholl...

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Bao Pei, interview

Bao Pei uses ink and paper in the tradition of Chinese ink painting, but makes her work abstract, an...

Teresa Lawton: Tipping the Balance

Lawton’s paintings are inspired by her love of Dorset, where she explore the shapes and colours of...

Joana Vasconcelos: I’m Your Mirror

Joana Vasconcelos has filled the Guggenheim Bilbao with work from the past 20 years. She talks about...

True Colours: Helen Beard, Sadie Laska and Boo Saville

True Colours, curated by Damien Hirst for his Newport Street Gallery in London, shows works by Beard...



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