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Mark Wallinger: ‘Even the ugliest mark, with symmetry, gains some kind o...

After months of psychoanalysis, the Turner Prize-winning artist reveals something of his inner self ...

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Colin Self: ‘I want to be devoid of the art world and paddle my own cano...

On the occasion of his exhibition at London’s Mayor Gallery, the most singular of British pop arti...

Sergio Caballero: ‘I’m interested in the creative process. I couldn’...

The Spanish artist, composer, film-maker and director of Barcelona’s Sónar Festival talks about h...

Lin Tianmiao: ‘Thread winding taught me to be patient’

Incorporating weaving, sewing and embroidery into her fine art practice, the multidisciplinary artis...

Andrea Ponsi: ‘I draw, therefore I am’

The architect, designer, writer and painter on how he went from building his own shelter in a South ...

Botticelli and Treasures from the Hamilton Collection

Botticelli’s delicate illustrations of Dante’s The Divine Comedy steal the show in this exhibiti...

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Chantal Joffe: ‘I want to make the painting feel like the person’

The artist talks about what she seeks to capture in a painting, how motherhood changed her, and why ...

Conrad Shawcross: ‘It looks like a wonder of the world’

Conrad Shawcross talks to Studio International about his new public sculpture, Paradigm, and shows u...

Joe Graham: ‘Anchor is not quite a book about drawing, and yet it’s no...

His new book, Anchor, presents 14 responses to the question: What is an outline? Here, he explains w...

Julien Prévieux: ‘Humour is a good fighting trick’

From ‘hacking’ Google to responding to ads to tell employers why he doesn’t want their job, th...

Maha Malluh: ‘I don’t see the point in creating new objects while we h...

The Saudi Arabian artist talks about the allure of working with found objects, why she considers gen...

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Anthony Engi Meacock: ‘Bringing creative practice out of the art bubble ...

The founder member of Assemble, which last year became the first architectural practice to win the T...

Hector McDonnell: ‘My paintings have always been about personal experien...

As well as a realist painter, of everything from Northern Ireland’s infamous Maze prison to Rwanda...

Andy Warhol: Works from the Hall Collection

With more than 100 previously unseen works from the Hall Collection, this expertly curated exhibitio...

Superflex’s Rasmus Nielsen: ‘I would not call us do-gooders, but maybe...

Superflex, Jakob Fenger, Rasmus Nielsen, Bjørnstjerne Christiansen, Copenhagen, Denmark, Jerwood Vi...

Collateral Drawing: ‘It’s like revealing the magic trick’

Co-curators and artists from the ongoing Collateral Drawing project reveal insights into their worki...

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Alice Anderson: ‘I don’t refuse this world, I just need to explore alt...

The artist talks about her unique method of “memorising” and “recording” objects in copper w...

Odili Donald Odita: ‘I want to use colour to have an effect on the mind ...

Known for his vibrant, large-scale, abstract paintings, the artist talks about his influences, from ...

Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse

The walls of this exhibition tremble with the vibrant blooms of summer days. Gardens have inspired a...

Rose English: ‘Improvisation is present always, making anything’

The artist talks about her collaboration with composer Luke Stoneham and a troupe of Chinese acrobat...

Koen Vanmechelen: ‘An artist is always arriving at something that was un...

The man who turned breeding chickens into an art explains his plans tocreate a sustainable, diverse ...

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Robel Temesgen: ‘Being an Ethiopian in Norway was a really interesting i...

In his first London show, the artist explores the Ethiopian traditions of honouring the spirit of a ...

Virgile Ittah: ‘I think it’s in an artist’s genes – they never fol...

The artist talks about her unique wax modelling technique, her current collaboration, and explains w...

Aura Satz: ‘I think of all my works as conversations’

The artist reveals some of the hidden stories that inspire her film, performance and installation wo...

Pat Sachs: ‘The small, intimate scale has felt ideally suited for my vis...

Working on drawings after labouring over collages is like taking a gallop through a vast field, says...

Champagne Life

As the Saatchi Gallery marks its 30th anniversary with its first all-women exhibition, a new generat...

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An artist who is changing sculpture: Katrina Palmer

Lisa Le Feuvre, the head of sculpture studies at the Henry Moore Institute, tells the fascinating ta...

Liz Magic Laser: ‘I’m interested in throwing a well-rehearsed script i...

The multimedia artist talks about being critical of TED talks, studying US presidents, treating the ...

Carole Robb: ‘It was the harsh Scottish weather that shaped the internal...

As a child, she drew on her bedrooms walls. As an adult, she has won the Prix de Rome and a Fulbrigh...

Anthony Pearson: ‘I am seeking an inventive form as opposed to a clearly...

The artist, known for his refined sculptures and reliefs, explains why he moved from photography to ...



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