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Emily Jacir – interview: ‘I wanted the locals to show me what was impo...

The artist talks about her stone sculpture, Pietrapertosa, created as part of the Gardentopia projec...

Eleanor Bartlett – interview: ‘When you see a great lump of tar, it’...

The artist talks about why she favours working with bitumen, metal paint and wax and why colour is d...

Ali Kazim – interview: ‘When I picked up a pottery shard and it had so...

The artist talks about looking to ancient civilisations for inspiration, why he doesn’t like worki...

Arik Levy and Zoé Ouvrier – interview: ‘We definitely influence each ...

Ahead of their first joint exhibition, Beyond Nature, the artists talk about their relationship to n...

Ann Veronica Janssens — interview: ‘I try to make visible the invisibl...

The Belgian artist discusses her perception-bending work, currently on display at the South London G...

Tim Clark – interview: ‘This set of Hokusai’s drawings is a really i...

The British Museum has just bought 103 newly rediscovered drawings by Hokusai. Tim Clark, the museum...

Billie Zangewa – interview: ‘I realised that I had chosen to embody th...

The Johannesburg-based artist, whose work is currently on show at Lehmann Maupin in New York, talks ...

Christina Quarles – interview: ‘These works are holding onto that slow...

Created during lockdown, against a backdrop of rising deaths from Covid, the police killing of Georg...

Huma Bhabha – interview: ‘The more complicated and layered the work is...

The artist explains how working for a taxidermist helped her with sculpture, why she is fond of mate...

Krištof Kintera – interview: ‘Humour helps us to survive’

Unable to install The End of Fun! at Ikon in Birmingham because of Covid-19 travel restrictions, Kin...

Alexandre da Cunha – interview: ‘All my work is about combining things...

The artist discusses his use of found objects, the place of autobiography in his work, his fascinati...

Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum – interview: ‘I needed to put my own body on ...

Through multilayered works that merge vibrant female figures with fantastical landscapes, the South ...

Craig Gough – interview: ‘Improvisation in painting is a lot like jazz...

Now in his 80s, Gough continues to paint his vast abstract canvases. He talks about his long career ...

Jacqueline Poncelet – interview: ‘Uncertainty is all right; it gives u...

A major UK survey exhibition of her work reveals the restless creativity and curiosity of this talen...

Emma Critchley – interview: ‘Being underwater where everything complet...

She has worked with dancers in the world’s deepest swimming pool, with scientists investigating gl...

Alberta Whittle – interview: ‘No one can find Barbados on a map, where...

The artist talks about the erasure of black people in everyday society, and how this informs and mot...

Heather Phillipson – interview: ‘I wanted to respond to the loaded pol...

With her sculpture THE END finally installed in Trafalgar Square, after a delay due to Covid-19, and...

Kate Mieczkowska – interview: ‘I have always loved being in front of a...

The artist talks about the development of her art practice and her curatorial debut, Goddess Now...

Natacha Nisic – interview: ‘We needed a place for free expression, a v...

The French artist and film-maker Natacha Nisic talks about The Crown Letter, the international parti...

Pat Steir – interview: ‘I want the paint to make the painting, to make...

She discusses a new, candid documentary of her life, and talks about her art practice and the influe...

Aliza Nisenbaum – interview: ‘I’ve found Zoom surprisingly intimate....

Nisenbaum is preparing for two exhibitions this year, one at Anton Kern Gallery in New York and one ...

Sam Lucas – interview: ‘I do not make pretty things: they are conversa...

The artist talks about clay’s therapeutic and expressive qualities, and how her work helps her to ...

Nalini Malani – interview: ‘The future is female. There is no other wa...

Malani won the Joan Miró Prize last year and the resulting exhibition, You Don’t Hear Me, is now ...

Toby Deveson – interview: ‘There is definitely a sense of seeking perf...

The photographer talks about his love of landscapes, his instinctive composition, and that elusive s...

Andrew Litten – interview: ‘I like the feeling that my work is emotion...

The artist talks about his concern with expressing human vulnerability and encouraging empathy and c...

Mami Kataoka – interview: ‘We need to look at long-term museum managem...

The director of the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo explains how it has used its online presence and social...

Stefan Brüggemann – interview: ‘The language in the work adapts to th...

The artist explains why he has painted a building in Folkestone in gold leaf and scrawled OK across ...

Esther Teichmann: ‘My work explores our relationship to the maternal, th...

The artist talks about the inspiration of watery places, lockdown at her parents’ home and how mot...

David Blandy – interview: ‘The online world can be a space for transfo...

Blandy talks about his new films, produced during lockdown and made to be viewed at home, his use of...

Yuko Hasegawa – interview: ‘We built Olafur Eliasson’s exhibition wi...

The artistic director at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo was preparing a solo exhibition of ...

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