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Irina Nakhova – interview: ‘I want my works to provoke curiosity’

The Russian artist talks about her latest exhibition, Museum on the Edge, at the Zimmerli Art Museum...

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Laura Buckley – interview: ‘I enjoy watching the people in the work as...

Buckley talks about her sculpture and video Fata Morgana, currently on show at the Saatchi Gallery, ...

Ronny Sen – interview: ‘The work is about the apocalypse in a certain ...

Sen talks about photographing the out-of-control fires burning underground in the coal mines of Jhar...

David Austen – interview: ‘I think Dr Seuss is as great as Picasso’

On the occasion of Underworld, a new exhibition at Dundee Contemporary Arts, the artist talks about ...

Jos Tilson – interview: ‘Motherhood is a form of creativity, and one w...

Tilson has combined the ancient craft of hand-weaving with the language of modern art alongside an o...

Matheus Parizi – interview: ‘Artists are compelled more than ever to m...

Parizi talks about the current right-wing climate in Brazil, cuts to funding for the arts, and his n...

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Devan Shimoyama – interview: ‘I use my body to explore magic, mytholog...

His portraits consider the black, queer, male body from a personal perspective that is as informed b...

Martin Parr – Interview: ‘Britain is eternally fascinating … full of...

Documentary photographer Martin Parr’s latest exhibition, Only Human, at the National Portrait Gal...

Katie Birkwood – interview: ‘The bodies of society’s disadvantaged, ...

The Royal College of Physicians’ exhibition of anatomical illustrations, from medieval times to th...

Hew Locke – interview: ‘A lot of my work has to do with the burden of ...

Hew Locke discusses monarchy, nationhood, bigotry, boats, Brexit and the seductive silliness of TV...

Barby Asante – interview: ‘There was real pleasure running through the...

With Declaration of Independence at the Baltic, Asante makes space for womxn of colour to relate nar...

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Protest and Remembrance: Miriam de Búrca | Joy Gerrard | Mary Griffiths |...

Drawings by four contemporary female artists explore notions of protest and remembrance, from anti-B...

Mary Griffiths – interview: ‘I extrapolate a drawing that has some res...

In Protest and Remembrance at Alan Cristea, with her large abstract works of plywood, acrylic gesso ...

Barbara Walker – interview: ‘From the moment I make the first mark, I...

Walker scours archives for images on which to base her drawings of black soldiers. She talks here as...

Joy Gerrard – interview: ‘I’m interested in how we witness and inter...

In her depictions of mass protests, Gerrard aims to make visible those who attend. For Protest and R...

Miriam de Búrca – interview: ‘The sites themselves are very charged: ...

With her detailed drawings of plants growing on the graves of Ireland’s excommunicates and other u...

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Sara Piccinini – interview: ‘We don’t want to give an idea of comple...

In 2007, the formidable art collection of Achille Maramotti, the man behind the Max Mara fashion hou...

Phoebe Boswell – interview: ‘Grief is not a personal thing. It’s a h...

Boswell’s latest exhibition, The Space Between Things, which includes a video of her undergoing an...

Julianne Swartz interview – ‘Joy is also talking about sorrow and desp...

Swartz talks about Joy, Still, her site-specific sound installation at Grace Farms, and how the mult...

Imre Bak – interview: ‘In today’s language, we need to achieve some ...

The neo-avant-gardist recalls cold war isolation, his enduring commitment to geometric abstraction, ...

Erwin Wurm – interview: ‘I’m horrified about our environment, about ...

The Austrian sculptor, famed for sheathing social commentary in comic forms, talks about absurdity, ...

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Htein Lin – interview: ‘I wanted to show that I could also continue to...

Htein Lin was jailed for challenging the military dictatorship in Myanmar. Here, he talks about his ...

Nari Ward – interview: ‘I wouldn't be the artist I am now if I hadn't ...

We the People, Nari Ward’s latest exhibition, at New Museum, New York, underlines the critical rol...

Nguyen Trinh Thi – interview: ‘I want to unpick the way we look at thi...

The Vietnamese film-maker talks about documenting female spirits, regional journalism and the ecolog...

Joseph Hillier – video interview: ‘Figurative sculpture in a public sp...

Sculptor Joseph Hillier talks about his most ambitious project to date, its design, and what it take...

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Phil Collins – interview: the artist who brought a statue of Engels from...

The artist talks about his latest exhibition, Ceremony, which documents the statue’s journey, and ...

Daria Martin – interview: ‘Most people can relate to the feeling of be...

The 2018 Jarman Award-winner talks about Franz Kafka, mirror-touch synaesthesia and her film Tonight...

Betty Yu: ‘Wherever you are, there are folks fighting for their lives’

New York-based artist Betty Yu talks about the gentrification of her neighbourhood in Brooklyn and w...

Ceal Floyer

Ceal Floyer’s subversion of everyday objects continues her meditation on materiality in private an...



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