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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...

Vlatka Horvat – interview: ‘I’m interested in trying to get beyond t...

During the lockdown last year, Vlatka Horvat decided to go on daily walks around her east London nei...

Joan Semmel – interview: ‘I was simply not excluding those who did not...

With a retrospective at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts covering 60 years of work, from he...

Chechu Álava – interview: ‘We painters are like relay runners who pas...

Chechu Álava explains how her passion for art history and her interest in gender issues blend toget...

Cauleen Smith – interview: ‘I don’t know if optimism is needed so mu...

The artist on what it was like to have her lockdown Instagram posts on Covid shown on the vast scree...

Donna Huddleston – video interview: ‘I was thinking of all the works b...

Donna Huddleston talks about her beguiling new works on paper, for which she draws on her background...

Katya Kvasova – interview: ‘People say that whatever someone paints or...

Katya Kvasova talks about her interest in hands, her artistic training, and her method of layering g...

Cristina Iglesias – video interview: ‘I always felt I wanted to create...

Cristina Iglesias discusses her fascination with geology and botany, how public sculpture assists in...

Coral Woodbury – interview: “The work I’m doing is approaching death...

Coral Woodbury talks about her solo show at HackelBury Fine Art and what led her to use old books to...

Tunji Adeniyi-Jones – interview: ‘I want to show composure and a confi...

Tunji Adeniyi-Jones talks about his new paintings in That Which Binds Us, his first solo show at Whi...

Joy Labinjo – interview: ‘When people speak of multicultural London, i...

For her first public commission at Brixton underground station, Joy Labinjo reflects on the importan...

Christiane Baumgartner – interview: ‘A good piece of work should not b...

Christiane Baumgartner talks about being brought up in East Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wa...

John Abell – interview: ‘I see my work as a type of devotional art’

John Abell talks about Welsh mythology, poets and nationalism, moving between linocut and painting, ...

Nika Neelova – interview: ‘Everything in the world around us is consta...

Nika Neelova talks about how her multilingual upbringing may have shaped her thoughts and her work, ...

Emeka Ogboh – interview: ‘I want listeners to be transported to Lagos....

As his latest show, at the Gropius Bau in Berlin, explores his Igbo heritage, Emeka Ogboh explains w...

Jacqueline de Jong – interview: ‘I never compromise, no way. I could n...

With the opening of her first major UK solo show in her 60-year career, De Jong talks about her time...

Catsou Roberts – interview: ‘It is our duty to the NHS to elicit the p...

Catsou Roberts, the director of Vital Arts, which commissions projects for five London hospitals, ta...

Phyllis Christopher – interview: ‘We had come out, people were dying, ...

The photographer talks about her coming of age in 1990s San Francisco, where, despite the Aids crisi...

Adam Jeppesen – interview: ‘I embrace imperfection’

Danish artist Adam Jeppesen talks about why he left documentary-making to make art, the project that...

Annie Morris – interview: ‘All my work revolves around experiences I...

Morris, who has three new shows, at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Frieze Sculpture and Timothy Taylor in...

Yoan Capote – interview: ‘When a Cuban looks at the sea, he remembers ...

The artist talks about his new series of large-scale paintings, Requiem, and how his work is influen...

Hans Op de Beeck – interview: ‘It’s about suspension of disbelief an...

The artist talks about art-making as catharsis and why, for him, it is all about the creation of vis...

Doron Langberg – interview: ‘There's this rush of empathy and emotion...

As his first London gallery show opens, Doron Langberg, the Brooklyn-based artist, talks intimacy, i...

Graham Little – interview: ‘Smallness feels natural to me’

Ahead of his new exhibition at Alison Jacques Gallery, Scottish painter Graham Little talks about th...

Matthew Krishanu – interview: ‘I want my paintings to exist somewhere ...

Matthew Krishanu, whose figurative paintings explore childhood, religion, colonialism and empire, ta...

Nneka Uzoigwe – interview: ‘I find plein air painting extraordinary be...

Nneka Uzoigwe talks about her residency at Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village responding to the wo...

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