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Jean David Nkot – interview: ‘I want to show that even if every day is...

The artist talks about the development of his practice, and how he uses three distinct layers to add...

Charlotte Keates – interview: ‘I want my paintings to feel more like d...

Charlotte Keates talks about her series of paintings in the group show Just What Is It …?, at Cris...

Bring Into Being

Mariam Zulfiqar, the curator of an exhibition of art installations at Chiswick House, says it marks ...

Clare Woods – interview: ‘Fragility and vulnerability have always been...

Clare Woods talks about her new prints and collages, now on show at Cristea Roberts gallery in Londo...

Shara Hughes – interview: ‘I wanted the works to feel like figures you...

The American artist Shara Hughes talks about the new paintings in her exhibition at the Garden Museu...

Rafael Pérez Evans – interview: ‘Food contains a lot of emotion’

Rafael Pérez Evans talks about growing up in a farming community in rural Spain, queer and rural sh...

Idris Khan – interview: ‘There was a struggle making these works’

Idris Khan talks about his new works at Victoria Miro, freaking out in lockdown and encapsulating a ...

Clare Patey – interview: ‘People don’t take humour seriously enough...

Clare Patey talks about 25 years of creating and producing powerful, participatory, public artworks ...

Jadé Fadojutimi – interview: ‘I bathe in the conversations between co...

Jadé Fadojutimi talks about how lockdown enriched her practice, her obsession with Japan, her Liver...

Armin Linke – interview: ‘We have to look at different categories of p...

The film-maker and photographer discusses recording the evolution of human-environment relations, th...

Matt Jukes – interview: ‘You need to dream big, so you can shoot for t...

Matt Jukes talks about the pandemic, the effect of lockdown on our mental health, and his immersive,...

Mohamed Bourouissa – interview: ‘I see art as a playground’

Ahead of Mohamed Bourouissa's survey exhibition at Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art, the Paris...

Valerie Hird: What Did Happen to Alice; My Avatar

Valerie Hird’s exhibition includes her award-winning animated short film along with interactive st...

Philip Hughes – interview: ‘Drawing captures the memory of a place lik...

Philip Hughes talks about his practice and what informed his new book, Painting the Ancient Land of ...

Anne Hardy – interview: ‘I’m interested in residues, leftovers, stra...

Anne Hardy talks about her new series of photograms, now online at Maureen Paley’s Studio M, how l...

Claire Ashley – interview: ‘I’m not an artist who is scared about th...

Claire Ashley makes vast colourful, oddball inflatables. Ashley talks about giving life to these cha...

Harold Offeh – interview: ‘I am always asking: who is not part of the ...

Harold Offeh discusses boredom, curiosity and 1980s pop culture, the influence of punk and hip-hop, ...

Peter Kennard – interview: ‘Montage is about allowing people to think ...

Peter Kennard, the celebrated political artist, talks of photomontage, protest, art schools and imag...

Lana Locke – interview: ‘I look more at the racial connotations of col...

Lana Locke talks about about domesticity in life and art, colonialism and climate change –and how ...

Eleanor May Watson – interview: ‘Home is a sanctuary, but also a reall...

Eleanor May Watson talks about the weight of history, the evolving nature of her work and the comple...

Crystal Fischetti – interview: ‘I use my whole body when I paint’

Crystal Fischetti talks about ‘coming out’ of the spiritual closet, and how she uses her whole b...

Prabhakar Pachpute – interview: ‘I juxtapose memories and what is happ...

Artist Prabhakar Pachpute talks about growing up in a coal-mining region in India, and how its assoc...

Tako Taal and Adam Benmakhlouf – interview: ‘This slow-motion style of...

Tako Taal and Adam Benmakhlouf discuss their ideas behind the 2021 Artists’ Moving Image Festival ...

Nick Hornby – interview: ‘Liquefied photography is magical and mysteri...

British artist Nick Hornby talks about his shift from art history to personal histories, and combini...

Sara Barker – interview: ‘I tackle sculpture from the position of pain...

Glasgow-based Sara Barker talks about how the pandemic has affected her practice and her exhibition,...

Luiz Zerbini – interview: ‘I treat a painting as an oracle’

Brazilian painter Luiz Zerbini discusses urbanity and nature, the power of geometry and the secret l...

Jordan Baseman on turning mastectomy tattoos into the subject of a cartoon...

Jordan Baseman’s films deal with everything from embalming to post cancer surgery tattoos, and see...

Sarah Wood – interview: ‘At the moment we all want to gather around st...

Sarah Wood, artist, filmmaker, talks about what lockdown has taught her and how making her latest fi...

Katharina Grosse – interview: ‘My eyes are my most important tools’

Katharina Grosse talks about the importance of layering, colour and bodily intelligence in her paint...

Jim Dine – interview: ‘I never stop looking. I never stop examining. I...

Artist Jim Dine talks about his easily recognisable paintings, into which he embeds tools and incorp...

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