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C4RD, the Centre for Recent Drawing

Artist Andrew Hewish founded C4RD, the Centre for Recent Drawing, ‘on the smell of an oil rag’ i...

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Andrew Hewish: ‘I’m interested in a process of drift, where things are...

Artist and C4RD director Andrew Hewish discusses how he makes objects and paintings using a broad va...

Gordon Shrigley: ‘Will Peck and I had lots of conversations about what t...

Will Peck, a recent graduate, and Gordon Shrigley, artist, (Gordon has various strings to his bow an...

Andrew Hewish: ‘To introduce drawing as a category automatically produce...

Artist Andrew Hewish founded C4RD, the Centre for Recent Drawing, ‘on the smell of an oil rag’ i...

Shirin Neshat: ‘Nothing is more powerful than human expression’

The artist talks about her latest exhibition, for which she photographed ordinary people in Azerbaij...

Gavin Turk: ‘For a long time I’d say: “I don’t think I’m growing...

For the launch of Project Beard at the Other Art Fair, artist Gavin Turk will shave off his beard in...

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Sarah Jane Moon: 'Painting is fundamentally the relationship between an ar...

Having trained in portrait painting at Heatherley School of Fine Art (2009-2011), Sarah Jane Moon we...

Reni Gower and Jorge Benitez: ‘Nothing can be reduced to black and white...

Reni Gower and Jorge Benitez talks about their cross-cultural project Geometric Aljamía, which aime...

Jonn Herschend: ‘We can use humour seriously in art to push agendas forw...

Film-maker and experimental publisher Jonn Herschend explains why Don Quixote has been such a major ...

Lydia Gifford: ‘I’m learning how to let go. At times it feels like som...

The British artist says her work is a continually generating material mass that is more about trying...

NS Harsha: ‘I am like a cook. I love to make a dish, offer it to the peo...

The Indian artist NS Harsha on how his latest paintings embody the notion of ascent, an idea he says...

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Frances Walker: ‘For me, art is all about being able to communicate with...

The Scottish painter Frances Walker, now in her 80s, talks about her time as an art teacher, her fas...

Penny Slinger: ‘Being different is just who you are. What you do with it...

Penny Slinger on how Tantric art changed her life, dealing with sexual identity in art, using her bo...

Making It: Sculpture in Britain 1977-1986

Studio International spoke to co-curator, Jon Wood, from the Henry Moore Institute, and Jill Constan...

Tina Keane: ‘With film, you never quite know what you’re going to get...

Multimedia artist Tina Keane talks about her early work, the influences that have developed her prac...

Diana Thater: ‘When someone walks in, they are part of the work. They’...

US new media artist Diana Thater explains what drew her to the subject of her latest work, the monke...

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Allora & Calzadilla: Intervals

In this exhibition of new and recent projects, Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla explore the ...

Marvin Gaye Chetwynd: 'But is it art? I don’t even care'

Performance artist and Turner-prize nominee Marvin Gaye Chetwynd explains why she turned her attenti...

Daniel Zolli: ‘Competition was in the air these sculptors breathed. It c...

As the Museum of Biblical Art hosts this momentous exhibition of renaissance masterpieces, co-curato...

Paul Chan: ‘Times have changed, and I have changed, and I wanted somethi...

Paul Chan is a versatile artist and writer, working in video, installation, publishing and the inter...

Five Issues of Studio International at Raven Row

Studio international visited Raven Row in East London to talk to writer and curator Jo Melvin about ...

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Hadieh Shafie: ‘I take things from my culture and marry them to my weste...

Hadieh Shafie makes transformative objects that hover between painting and sculpture, integrating he...

Marisa Williamson: ‘I want to make history alive in people’s worlds’

The performance artist talks about leaving Los Angeles to start a course at the Whitney Museum in Ne...

Andrea Mason: ‘If I had to be categorised really simply ... I am an arti...

Artist and writer Andrea Mason talked to us from her studio in Camberwell, south London about Litera...

Ilana Halperin: ‘Drawing is a trace fossil of a moment, an idea, proof o...

The artist, whose work is bound up with geological phenomena, explains the excitement of holding a m...

Sheila Hicks: I’ve enjoyed a whole career of being an outsider

The American-born artist Sheila Hicks invited us to join her on her brightly coloured pigmented bale...

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Helen Flockhart: ‘Art doesn’t have to be large to be powerful’

The Scottish painter on her time at Glasgow School of Art in the 80s, being influenced by convention...

Kehinde Wiley: ‘I think ideas are just as important as the material prac...

African-American artist Kehinde Wiley talks about the practice of painting as a conceptual tool to e...

Cornelia Parker: interview

Known for her explosive works, crossing the line between science and art, Cornelia Parker spoke to u...

Lynda Benglis: ‘I think artists create their own rules’

Here, the artist who was once dubbed the “heir to Pollock” and shocked the art world in 1974 by ...



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