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Marie Jacotey – Dolly

One of this year’s Bloomberg New Contemporaries, 26-year-old, Paris-born Marie Jacotey is exhibiti...

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Matt Copson: interview

Emerging artist Matt Copson’s alter ego is a vengeful fox named Reynard. Using ancient European fo...

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2014

Studio International attended the opening night of Bloomberg New Contemporaries at the Institute of ...

Milou van der Maaden: interview

Dutch artist Milou van der Maaden graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art this year and instantl...

Charles Richardson: interview

Recent Slade graduate Charles Richardson has hit the ground running. This year, in addition to his i...

Nacho Carbonell: ‘I try to communicate to many people through objects’

Nacho Carbonell makes collectable pieces that span the fields of art and design. On the occasion of ...

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Janenne Eaton: ‘My work is deeply political’

Melbourne-based artist Janenne Eaton talks about the inspiration behind her recent installation, Roa...

Alberto Biasi: interview

In conversation with Studio International, Biasi reveals the singular motivations behind his work an...

Jockum Nordström: ‘There’s a self-portrait in every single thing I do...

Having travelled from the island of Gotland where his latest solo exhibition was composed, Swedish a...

Chris Martin: ‘When you’re outside, you can have a truly gigantic stud...

New York City-based artist Chris Martin, whose works were recently on show at the Anton Kern Gallery...

Maisie Broadhead: ‘I was quite happy to be fraudulent’

The photographer and jewellery-maker talks about her latest show, Peepers at Brighton’s Royal Pavi...

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Franklin Sirmans: ‘You should be able to smell, hear and taste New Orlea...

Franklin Sirmans, artistic director of the New Orleans biennial Prospect.3: Notes for Now, on the bo...

Steven Appleby: interview

Studio International visited the artist Steven Appleby's studio in south London. Appleby, whose work...

Faig Ahmed: ‘Collision of old and new is one of the concepts in my works...

The Azerbaijani artist Faig Ahmed talks about his exhibition Fluid Forms, how he reinterprets the pr...

Roxy Paine interview: ‘The best ideas come out of long gestation’

Roxy Paine’s Checkpoint is the latest of his meticulously crafted dioramas. He talks about how he ...

Adeline de Monseignat: interview

Dutch-Monagesque artist Adeline de Monseignat’s work is greatly influenced by Sigmund Freud’s co...

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Marni Kotak interview: ‘I wanted to have my son’s birth as a performan...

US artist Marni Kotak talks about her performance of everyday events in real life as way to raise aw...

E.V. Day interview: ‘I stiffened 200 thongs to look like jet fighters an...

Best-known for her 3D installations, artist EV Day talks about using Barbie dolls, ripped clothing, ...

Hayal Pozanti interview: ‘Materials and processes are pushing the bounda...

New York-based painter Hayal Pozanti talks about her invented alphabet, working with digital media, ...

Christian Thompson interview: ‘My work does not need to be read through ...

Christian Andrew William Bumbarra Thompson (born 1978) belongs to the Bidjara Indigenous people of c...

Piotr Uklański interview: ‘I think of death all the time’

The New York-based Polish artist Piotr Uklański talks about the influence of the second world war o...

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Nathaniel Prottas interview: ‘Often museum didactics get in the way of p...

Nathaniel Prottas, director of education at the Museum of Biblical Art in New York, talks about publ...

Michelle Grabner interview: ‘My family is an important part of my life a...

American conceptual artist Michelle Grabner talks about how she combines her roles as artist, curato...

John Keane interview: ‘Art shouldn’t be sensationalist, but at the sam...

John Keane, artist in residence at the University of St Andrews, talks about the political influence...

Natalia Kolodzei interview: ‘My dream is that every American museum has ...

Natalia Kolodzei, executive director of the Kolodzei Art Foundation, talks about her family collecti...

Peter Sacks interview: ‘Every painting has its own secret story’

Peter Sacks, a South African expatriate, has a biography that is as rich and varied as the art he pr...

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Ed Fornieles interview: ‘If you want access to the site, it’s a trade ...

For his show at the Chisenhale Gallery,Ed Fornieles has created a suburban Los Angeles television se...

Aleah Chapin: interview

American artist Aleah Chapin has had huge success early in her career. On graduating from the New Yo...

Glenn Adamson interview: ‘Webb saw clearly that human connection was the...

As New York’s Museum of Arts and Design celebrates its founder, Aileen Osborn Webb, with a superb ...

Glenn Ligon: interview

Glenn Ligon, who was born in 1960, is famed for his thought-provoking works, which combine text, sil...



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