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Pam Evelyn – interview: ‘Now I’m realising that these existential co...

In her studio in Dalston, east London, Pam Evelyn talks about the push and pull of making one of her...

Samuel Gallacher – interview: ‘We have put the community at the front ...

Glasgow’s Burrell Collection has been named 2023 museum of the year, picking up the £120,000 awar...

Gabriel Chaile and Laura Ojeda Bär – interview: ‘We’re really into ...

Gabriel Chaile’s first institutional solo show in the UK sees him covering an old chapel in adobe ...

David Remfry – interview: ‘It’s unprecedented that there were no arg...

At 80 years old, David Remfry was just coming to terms with the opportunity to co-ordinate the Royal...

Eileen Cooper – interview: ‘I’d always avoided looking back … but ...

As an exhibition of her previously unseen early works on paper opens at Huxley-Parlour in London, Ei...

Beatriz Milhazes – interview: ‘My big ambition is always to try to do ...

On the occasion of a major survey of her work at Margate’s Turner Contemporary, Brazilian artist B...

Risham Syed – interview: ‘It’s an inward-looking invitation to conte...

Syed talks about Each Tiny Drop, her intervention in a city park, as part of Manchester Internationa...

Ryan Gander – interview: ‘The stuff outside in the world is way better...

Ryan Gander explains why he is giving away free coins at the Manchester International Festival and h...

Tino Sehgal – interview: ‘It’s an invitation to think about skill an...

Tina Sehgal, the enigmatic and publicity-averse artist, discusses his new work for Manchester Intern...

George Gittoes – interview: ‘The spirit of art cannot be suppressed by...

Australian artist George Gittoes has been visiting war zones for 50 years and he and his wife travel...

Tom Wood – interview: ‘I started doing portraits of these kids hanging...

For 50 years, Tom Wood has been out on the streets taking intimate, informal, often quirky, photogra...

Paul Smith – interview: ‘I'd often look up and ask the boss, “Mr Pic...

To mark the 50th anniversary of Picasso’s death, the Musée National Picasso, Paris, commissioned ...

Dominic Harris – interview: ‘I’m trying to empower the viewer to ass...

At his latest exhibition, Feeding Consciousness, at the Halcyon Gallery, British artist Dominic Harr...

Amy Sillman – interview: ‘We’re in this sticky place between despair...

On the occasion of her latest exhibition at Thomas Dane’s Naples gallery, the ever-probing Amy Sil...

Maki Na Kamura – interview: ‘People in the presence of my work can pro...

Maki Na Kamura, the Berlin-based Japanese painter, touches on her interest in patterns of structures...

Christina Seilern – interview: ‘Doing a project is like writing a book...

Having set up Studio Seilern Architects in 2006, Christina Seilern has been quietly building a solid...

Tiffanie Delune – interview: ‘I want people to feel like they’re wal...

The artist talks about her time on a residency in Ghana, culminating in her current solo show there,...

Mike Parr – interview: ‘I was a performance artist with one arm. The p...

One of Australia’s most influential artists, Mike Parr talks about his extreme performance art, ho...

Duke Riley – interview: ‘As an artist, you’re trying to push boundar...

Duke Riley likes his art to provoke, even if it gets him arrested. He talks about training pigeons t...

Adelaide Cioni – interview: ‘My work is about the origins of drawing a...

Adelaide Cioni talks about her interest in patterns, and how these relate to something deep inside u...

Péju Alatise – interview: ‘My relationship with Nigeria is like a bat...

Having recently moved to the UK from Nigeria, Peju Alatise talks about growing up in Lagos, her camp...

Shanti Panchal – interview: ‘It’s a meditative process, a layering o...

Shanti Panchal discusses the enduring power of painting, the evolution of his watercolour technique,...

Marcelle Hanselaar – interview: ‘To do nothing, to not at least take t...

Marcelle Hanselaar, 20 of whose works are now on show at the Fitzwilliam Museum, talks about the pow...

Wu Tsang – interview: ‘I’m drawn to stories that have messy politics...

Wu Tsang trains a postcolonial lens on Herman Melville’s 19th-century novel Moby-Dick for her imme...

Ingela Ihrman – interview: ‘I need to find my own reasons to do things...

Swedish artist Ingela Ihrman’s subject matter includes invasive weeds, intestinal flora and obese ...

Xiyao Wang: A Carnival in the Forest

This colourful lyrical abstraction sweeps the viewer up in its kaleidoscopic eddies and perpetual vi...

Andrew Black – interview: ‘The film-making process for me is a researc...

Andrew Black discusses his film documenting the social and economic history of the Washburn Valley i...

Scott Covert – interview: ‘For me, each brushstroke is a lifetime’

In a long overdue first European exhibition, at Studio Voltaire, London, American artist Scott Cover...

Brian Vincent and Heather Spore – interview: ‘Edward Brezinski really...

On the occasion of their first feature documentary, the film-makers Brian Vincent and Heather Spore ...

Leslie Jones – interview: ‘I wanted to recontextualise the material, n...

Leslie Jones, the curator behind the Los Angeles Museum of Art’s much-anticipated exhibition of ea...

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