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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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Lothar Götz – interview: ‘In Britain, people think abstraction is jus...

Artist Lothar Götz talks about designing a monumental mural for Towner Art Gallery, the politics of...

Raffi Kalenderian – interview: ‘It’s like banging your head against ...

For Kalenderian, painting is all about excitement. His radical portraiture – as much of the scene ...

Andrew Marr – interview: ‘Everybody is angry and upset. We’ve messed...

The broadcaster, writer and former BBC political editor talks about how his painting and drawing pra...

Petra Bauer – interview: ‘The crucial thing was to make sure the sex w...

Inspired by feminist film practitioners who emphasise the importance of making films with their subj...

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...

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Keith Tyson – interview: ‘I’m quite happy for the world to seep thro...

The artist talks about the joys of scaling back, relearning the craft of painting, and why the flowe...

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 ...

Jock McFadyen – interview: ‘The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition doesn...

McFadyen, known for his urban landscapes and putting the marginal centre stage in his paintings, is ...

Sean Edwards: Undo Things Done – Venice Biennale 2019

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

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Casey Reas – interview: ‘There is an increased understanding that soft...

Reas is known as the man who helped to create the open-source programming language Processing and br...

Lawrence Lek – interview: ‘AI could become the ultimate content creati...

Lek talks about artificial intelligence taking over from human creativity, and AIDOL, his feature-le...

Victor Wong – interview: ‘The human is inspired by the machine and the...

Artist-inventor Victor Wong talks about his robot artist AI Gemini, how he feels about his invention...

Nye Thompson – interview: ‘The bots are actually the primary audience ...

In her project The Seeker, a system of machines looking at images on screen, analysing them and whis...

Angelica Mesiti – interview: ‘I really want to maintain ambiguity and ...

Representing the Australian Pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale, Angelica Mesiti is showing a ...

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Aliza Nisenbaum – interview: ‘I was torn between wanting to be a socia...

The Mexican-born, New York-based artist talks about her first UK public commission, a mural at Brixt...

Irina Nakhova – interview: ‘I want my works to provoke curiosity’

The Russian artist talks about her latest exhibition, Museum on the Edge, at the Zimmerli Art Museum...

Laura Buckley – interview: ‘I enjoy watching the people in the work as...

Buckley talks about her sculpture and video Fata Morgana, currently on show at the Saatchi Gallery, ...

Ronny Sen – interview: ‘The work is about the apocalypse in a certain ...

Sen talks about photographing the out-of-control fires burning underground in the coal mines of Jhar...

David Austen – interview: ‘I think Dr Seuss is as great as Picasso’

On the occasion of Underworld, a new exhibition at Dundee Contemporary Arts, the artist talks about ...

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Jos Tilson – interview: ‘Motherhood is a form of creativity, and one w...

Tilson has combined the ancient craft of hand-weaving with the language of modern art alongside an o...

Matheus Parizi – interview: ‘Artists are compelled more than ever to m...

Parizi talks about the current right-wing climate in Brazil, cuts to funding for the arts, and his n...

Devan Shimoyama – interview: ‘I use my body to explore magic, mytholog...

His portraits consider the black, queer, male body from a personal perspective that is as informed b...

Martin Parr – Interview: ‘Britain is eternally fascinating … full of...

Documentary photographer Martin Parr’s latest exhibition, Only Human, at the National Portrait Gal...

Katie Birkwood – interview: ‘The bodies of society’s disadvantaged, ...

The Royal College of Physicians’ exhibition of anatomical illustrations, from medieval times to th...

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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...

Barby Asante – interview: ‘There was real pleasure running through the...

With Declaration of Independence at the Baltic, Asante makes space for womxn of colour to relate nar...

Protest and Remembrance: Miriam de Búrca | Joy Gerrard | Mary Griffiths |...

Drawings by four contemporary female artists explore notions of protest and remembrance, from anti-B...

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 ...



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