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Mella Shaw – interview: ‘All art is a form of activism. I use my pract...

Bella Shaw talks about her award-winning work Sounding Line, which focuses on the overuse of marine ...

Gavin Jantjes – interview: ‘I want to be free from expectation’

Gavin Jantjes, the South African painter, printmaker and former curator talks about the pitfalls of ...

Dominique White – interview: ‘I do everything the wrong way’

Ahead of her Whitechapel Gallery commission, Dominique White, the winner of the Max Mara Art Prize f...

Emma Stibbon – interview: 'We need the science, the data, but art can re...

Tackling issues of climate change and coastal erosion in both the local area and as far afield as th...

Hildigunnur Birgisdóttir – interview: ‘I am inspired by the underwhel...

Recycled jute coffee bags, plastic pizza and a heap of wet wipes – for Iceland’s Pavilion at thi...

Tony Cragg - interview: ‘There are many more things that do not exist th...

In the gardens of Castle Howard, north Yorkshire, Tony Cragg talks about his different sculptural se...

Antony Gormley – interview: ‘What is made here is a repositioning of t...

Probably the UK’s best-known contemporary sculptor, Antony Gormley has created a new ‘field’ o...

Wayne Eager – interview: ‘In Central Australia, I was mesmerised by th...

A three-month stay in Central Australia with his partner, the artist Marina Strocchi, turned into a ...

Alex Ely – interview: ‘Ultimately the success of any building is how w...

What is the secret to making buildings that other architects admire and envy, but which are dedicate...

Gayle Chong Kwan – interview: ‘I’ve made a connection between displa...

Gayle Chong Kwan talks about using sand and sugar to make historic and contemporary connections betw...

Leo Robinson – interview: ‘Human beings need meaningful symbols and na...

Leo Robinson, whose exhibition Dream-Bridge-Omniglyph is now at the London Mithraeum, considers his ...

Outi Pieski – interview: ‘Contemporary art museums in general are spac...

Small carved figures, knotted fringes and historic hats represent Outi Pieski’s Sámi heritage as ...

Ronald Davis – interview: ‘Two artists who use perspective in their wo...

Ronald Davis talks about his art and how he started out in the 1960s, his friendship with Judy Chica...

Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran – interview: ‘Part of creating the work is t...

A melange of multilimbed, fertility, guardian, protector and warrior figures animate Glasgow’s Tra...

Andrew Cranston – interview: ‘Trust in things around you being the stu...

As his first public exhibition opens in Wakefield, the brilliant Scottish painter Andrew Cranston ta...

James Lingwood and Michael Morris, former Artangel directors – interview...

Their legacy includes Rachel Whiteread’s cast of a terraced house, Roger Hiorns transformation of ...

Jake Grewal – interview: ‘I don’t know where I make work from other ...

Jake Grewal, whose compelling first solo institutional exhibition is now showing at Pallant House Ga...

Bruce Munro – interview: ‘I was constantly telling people about this l...

Bruce Munro dreamed of installing Field of Light in the Australian desert. He explains how the monum...

Ibrahim Mahama – interview: ‘It’s not so much about what you produce...

Ibrahim Mahama is showing at the Bienal de São Paulo and the Chicago Architecture Biennial and is a...

Sara Reisman – interview: ‘This was an opportunity to engage with cont...

Sara Reisman, chief curator at the National Academy of Design, talks about the institution’s 200-y...

Nimrod Vardi and Claudel Goy – interview: ‘We want to explore what it ...

The co-directors of arebyte, a charitable organisation specialising in digital art, talk about being...

Cat Dunn – interview: ‘I wanted artists who understood the traumas ass...

Cat Dunn, the curator of Crafted Selves: The Unfinished Conversation, at St Andrews Museum in Scotla...

Alia Farid: ‘The vessel shapes speak of the different cultural and trade...

The industrialisation of water infrastructure and its damaging environmental impacts underpin Alia F...

Carolina Caycedo: ‘There are struggles that are connected worldwide. Hop...

At the opening of Artes Mundi 10, Caycedo talks about her work exposing environmental abuses, racial...

Rushdi Anwar: ‘My work is a reflection on the hypocrisy of politics and ...

At the opening of Artes Mundi 10, Rushdi Anwar, a Kurdish-born artist who now divides his time betwe...

Olga Grotova – interview: ‘I started to think how soil and plants are ...

In her east London studio, Olga Grotova talks about the ‘choreographic’ process and inspiration ...

El Anatsui – interview: ‘My inspiration comes from things people have ...

As his huge installation begins at Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall this month, El Anatsui talks about A...

Kim Conaty – interview: ‘Ruth Asawa pursued drawing throughout her lif...

Kim Conaty, the Whitney Museum’s curator of prints and drawings, explains what led her to organise...

Bartosz Beda: interview: ‘In chaos, there is always some kind of order’

Bartosz Beda, whose solo show Echoes of Seasons is at the Art Gallery of Collin College in Plano, T...

Avery Singer – interview: ‘Art got me through some really dark places ...

Avery Singer was 14 on 9/11 and what she witnessed took its toll on her mental health. Her experienc...

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