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Zhao Zhao: ‘You cannot separate art from politics’

A prominent member of the post-1980s generation of Chinese artists and a former assistant of Ai Wewe...

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Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva: ‘I am driven by making the impossible possible’

The artist, who makes beautiful works of art using waste products from the meat industry talks about...

Karen Guthrie: ‘Family history is a hidden pain with lots of people. A f...

Karen Guthrie: ‘Family history is a hidden pain with lots of people. A film can bring those things...

Douglas Kotwall: ‘We want to incubate young, contemporary Chinese artist...

Kotwall, a senior member of the K11 Art Foundation, talks about the ethos and goals of the organisat...

Guan Xiao: ‘I am learning about humour. It is a precious quality’

The artist talks about how the digital revolution has influenced her work, the roles of text and hum...

Amy Franceschini: ‘It’s kind of simple: I want to be alive and I want ...

The artist talks about her upbringing in the breadbasket of America, and how this taught her about t...

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Sean Scully: ‘The stripe can do anything in any direction, and since it ...

The abstract artist talks about why he changed his style so radically in the 1980s, the influence of...

Conrad Shawcross: ‘It’s created a skin for the surface of this buildin...

The artist explains his use of the moiré effect in designing an optical cloak for a tall industrial...

Clare Jarrett: ‘It’s almost as though the work is already there somewh...

The Norwich-based artist talks about her recent residency at the Barbershop in Norwich, and her prac...

Cyril de Commarque: ‘I believe in a new renaissance of thinking’

The French artist has converted a grain barge into an artwork to sail the Thames, blasting out a sou...

History Machines by Donovan & Siegel

Toronto-based artist couple Matt Donavan and Hallie Siegel explore the history of changes in communi...

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Jeffrey Gibson: ‘I was so angry I washed my canvases in the laundromat’

The artist talks about being any angry young artist, his earlier determination not to be viewed as a...

Mårten Lange: ‘I wanted to make a story about something beyond the reac...

The photographer talks about his lifelong fascination with prehistory and his latest photobook, Chic...

Paul Carter: ‘There’s an invitation that only takes you so far’

Entering the gallery, visitors enter a new world – a liminal space, with an empty lift, piss-stain...

Li Huasheng: ‘A line is nothing. When I paint a vase, its outline does n...

The Chinese artist is admired for his abstract ink paintings. Here, he explains how a visit to the U...

Judith Wechsler: ‘Film allows, even invites, inclusivity of media. It’...

The American film-maker and art historian discusses her remarkable body of documentaries on art, inc...

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Regine Bartsch: ‘I’m drawn to these places where many people have live...

In her studio in southern Ireland, the German-born artist spoke about her recent exhibition and resi...

Katie Schwab: ‘I like the idea that works can begin to generate their ow...

Keen to learn traditional, craft-based skills, the artist explains why she is drawn to processes whe...

Xu Yong: ‘Negatives act as witness’

Twenty-five years after Tiananmen Square, the Beijing-based photographer took the brave decision to ...

Raqib Shaw: ‘I really don’t give a fuck about the so-called contempora...

In his converted home and studio in east London, surrounded by dogs, myriad staff, an exquisitely ke...

Dana Schutz: ‘I think of the viewer as the painter’

The artist talks about deciding to become a painter when she was 14, how Alice Neel and the Velvet U...

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Michael Joo: ‘I was taken by the fact that there was a space that was in...

The New York-based conceptual artists talks about growing up among scientists, what drew him to work...

Kate Whiteford: ‘By confronting simple questions, bigger ones emerge. Th...

The artist talks about her new work, now on show at the Mercer Art Gallery in Harrogate, looking at ...

Alice Channer: ‘The area in between the subject and the object is the ar...

The artist, who used everything from cigarette ash to microbeads to create her work, talks about cyb...

Cui Xiuwen: Light

Cui Xiuwen is a conceptual artist best known internationally as a video filmmaker and photographer. ...

Winifred Knights (1899-1947)

Knights was a prodigious talent, yet she has been virtually ignored for the past half a century. Now...

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Lamia Joreige: ‘Anything you film in a certain reality at a certain mome...

The artist, one of seven finalists included in the Artes Mundi 7 exhibition, talks about her project...

This is a Voice

This intriguing exhibition attempts to capture the elusive nature of the human voice, with live perf...

Tim Slade: ‘The whole point about erasure is to allow you to pretend tha...

The Destruction of Memory charts the global loss of historic artefacts through war and terrorism. It...

Mariko Mori: ‘The ring is a symbol of oneness, completeness and eternity...

The artist talks about her mission to place site-specific artworks honouring nature on the six habit...



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