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Vanessa Baird – interview: ‘I don’t think art can rescue anything’

As two shows of her thrilling, carnivalesque drawings open in the UK, Oslo-based artist Vanessa Bair...

John Riddy – interview: ‘I don’t want to make an ordinary print. I w...

John Riddy talks about his work over the years and his new show at Frith Street Gallery in London, w...

Grafton Architects: ‘A building is a collection of experiences. It’s n...

Designing a new building for the LSE, Grafton’s founders, Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara, wer...

Hans Ulrich Obrist and Peter Pakesch – interview: ‘The work of Atta Kw...

The artistic director of the Serpentine Galleries and the director of the Maria Lassnig Foundation e...

Kate Groobey – interview: ‘The drip, for me, is pure joy and a kind of...

Kate Groobey talks about bringing her paintings to life through performance, diverse cultural and li...

Sámi Pavilion (Nordic Countries), Venice Biennale 2022

Sámi artists Anders Sunna, Máret Ánne Sara and Pauliina Feodoroff have transformed the Nordic Pav...

Dindga McCannon – interview: ‘Not having money never stopped me creati...

With a 50-year career as an artist and teacher, Dindga McCannon is widely celebrated in the US’s b...

Bernar Venet – interview: ‘My dream is not to make big sculpture, but ...

As his solo show opens at Waddington Custot in London, the man dubbed France’s ‘greatest living ...

Ian Cheng – interview: ‘What’s the worst possible dad I could be? Ma...

The American artist Ian Cheng explores parenthood and agency in an imagined future that sees humans ...

Permindar Kaur – interview: ‘It’s hard to get a balance in the work:...

Sculptor Permindar Kaur talks to Hettie Judah about her playful use of the domestic realm to explore...

Museu.xyz – interview: ‘All shows in the physical world should also be...

A museum that exists entirely in the metaverse is generating new opportunities for Brazilian artists...

Melissa McGill – interview: ‘One of my main influences is water’

The multimedia artist reveals how a two-year stay in Venice shaped her career and why water features...

Mariana Castillo Deball – interview: ‘History belongs to everyone’

Mariana Castillo Deball discusses her interest in history and how artefacts and their re-creations a...

Monika Fabijanska – interview: ‘I wanted Women at War to explain a war...

Curator Monika Fabijanska explains why, for her show at the Fridman Gallery in New York, she chose f...

Nick Merriman – interview: ‘Removing as many barriers as possible to p...

London’s Horniman Museum has just been awarded one of the art world’s biggest prizes. Nick Merri...

Lubna Chowdhary – interview: ‘Erratic is a useful analogy for a diaspo...

With swooping forms and blazing colour, Lubna Chowdhary explores the grey areas between east and wes...

Céline Condorelli – interview: ‘The histories of work are really open...

The architecturally trained artist Céline Condorelli talks about her new show at Edinburgh’s Talb...

Mahmoud Khaled – interview: ‘It’s a memorial dedicated to the people...

As he exhibits two large-scale works in London, Egyptian artist Mahmoud Khaled talks about creating ...

Yuki Kihara: Paradise Camp – Venice Biennale 2022

The artist, who is of mixed Japanese and Samoan heritage, talks about showcasing queer rights and re...

AA Bronson – interview: ‘Suddenly, we were artists’

AA Bronson, the pioneering artist, publisher and member of the groundbreaking trio General Idea, tal...

Alberta Whittle: Deep Dive (Pause) Uncoiling Memory – Venice Biennale 20...

Barbadian-Scottish artist Alberta Whittle has used sculpture, film and tapestry for her Scotland in ...

Jacquiline Creswell – interview: ‘When I first sited art in Salisbury ...

When Jacquiline Creswell joined Salisbury Cathedral as arts curator, she was verbally and physically...

Pilvi Takala: Close Watch – Venice Biennale 2022

Close Watch, Pilvi Takala’s multi-channel video at the Finnish Pavilion, is based on her time work...

Angela Su: Arise: Hong Kong in Venice – Venice Biennale 2022

Angela Su talks about the new age group that tried to levitate the Pentagon, a story that informed h...

Rachael Louise Bailey – interview: ‘It’s good to work with something...

From the synthetic detritus of the oyster industry washed up on the Kent coast and the organic softn...

Abbas Akhavan – interview: ‘I like the propelled intensity towards acc...

Abbas Akhavan discusses his site-specific responses, often inspired by residencies, and the processe...

Niamh O’Malley: Gather – Venice Biennale 2022

Niamh O’Malley says she wants her Irish Pavilion installation to be a welcoming space, for visitor...

Amie Siegel – interview: ‘There’s a lot of information underneath th...

American artist Amie Siegel discusses her new film work, Bloodlines, a masterful exploration of clas...

Ann Gallagher – interview: ‘Hélio Oiticica’s work was outstanding i...

As the first survey of Hélio Oiticica in London in 15 years goes on show at the Lisson Gallery, its...

Jonathas de Andrade: With the Heart Coming Out of the Mouth – Venice Bie...

Giant ears, a massive inflatable heart and a disembodied head – Jonathas de Andrade explains why h...

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