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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...

Goran Trbuljak – interview: ‘It is a kind of painting – a painting t...

The conceptual artist and film-maker Goran Trbuljak explains why seeing Neil Armstrong walk on the m...

Beatrice Merz – interview: ‘The purpose of the project is to contribut...

Led by Fondazione Merz, a new arts centre in Palermo hopes to engage local people with contemporary ...

Sigurður Guðjónsson: Perpetual Motion – Venice Biennale 2022

In the darkness of the Icelandic Pavilion, Sigurður Guðjónsson talks about his monumental video w...

Pedro Cabrita Reis – interview: ‘Through all these years, I’ve alway...

In the run up to his exhibition in Venice during the 59th Biennale, the internationally renowned Por...

Mahesh Baliga – interview: ‘Collected sorrow becomes my work. My work ...

As his first solo show outside India takes place at David Zwirner in London, Mahesh Baliga explains ...

Hulda Guzmán – interview: ‘I feel a little bad for the rest of the na...

The Dominican artist Hulda Guzmán talks about the things that inspire her, her father’s influence...

Ali Cherri – interview: ‘You cannot un-write violence. I am interested...

Ali Cherri has tackled a subject that museums would prefer not to bring to public attention – what...

Ming Smith – interview: ‘Photography’s the only thing I know’

As Pippy Houldsworth Gallery exhibits her first UK solo show, the pioneering American photographer M...

Ingrid Pollard – interview: ‘I like to concentrate on that vast histor...

Ingrid Pollard first came to prominence as a key figure of the black British art movement of the 198...

Libby Heaney – interview: ‘The point of the work is to destabilise you...

The physicist and artist Libby Heaney talks about using her scientific knowledge in her art, how tec...

Mark Francis – video interview: ‘l like to use a grid to convey order ...

Mark Francis discusses the evolution of his subject matter, his techniques, his use of colour, the i...

Jasmina Cibic – interview: ‘I’m drawn towards the political psycholo...

Jasmina Cibic talks about the ideas, people and moments in history that inspire her artistic practic...

Jasia Reichardt – video interview: ‘It’s not really labour … It’...

Jasia Reichardt discusses the newly published archive catalogue she has collated and curated over 20...

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