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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 six finalists included in the Artes ...

This is a Voice

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

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

The Destruction of Memory charts the global loss of his...

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

The artist talks about her mission to place site-specif...

Francesca Pasquali: ‘I have a contemporary view of art, so I want to dra...

The Bolognese artist uses everyday materials and plasti...

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Marie Yates: ‘In my view, everything is textual, and a text is visual’

A woman artist working conceptually with the landscape s...

Jennifer Wen Ma: ‘Throughout history, humans have been trying to break i...

The artist talks about her new installation, Molar, at ...

Philip Hunter: ‘I’ve developed an approach to painting that emulates t...

The Australian artists talks about the influence of Sid...

Rana Begum: 'I love using readymade materials in the work'

Studio International visited Rana Begum in her studio in north-east Lond...

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Georgiana Houghton: Spirit Drawings

She was an abstract painter out of time, a visionary and a maverick, but Georgiana Houghton was...

Yun-Fei Ji: ‘I’m pessimistic about China’

He may use scrolls and work in ink in the millennial-old tradition of Chinese lands...

Manolo Valdés: ‘I only like apples if they look like Cezanne’s apples...

Like a magpie, taking fragments from works of art that ...

Harland Miller: ‘Brevity is no strength of mine’

The writer and artist discusses Berlin, Bowie and alter egos, his show with Bl...

Dóra Maurer: ‘My work has been based on change, shifting, traces, tempo...

As a new exhibition surveys her 50-years career, the Hu...

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Almuth Tebbenhoff: ‘I’m wrestling with ideas that are way out of my co...

The sculptor talks about the perpetual puzzle of the co...

Anthony McCall: ‘I wondered if it would be possible to make a film that ...

The artist, a key figure in the avant-garde London Film...

Cory Arcangel: ‘Making art is just basically dowsing’

The Brooklyn-based artist talks about his latest show at the Lisson Galle...

Katie Paterson: ‘As a child, I used to practise daydreaming’

With her largest UK show to date currently on at the Lowry, the ar...

Elizabeth Price: ‘I’m interested in music and the voice because it bri...

Studio International visited the artist in her studio i...

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Stephen Prina: ‘The exhibition was really about considering whether I co...

The post-conceptual artist talks about his hometown, st...

David Claerbout: ‘I sculpt in duration’

The artist talks about duration, place and history in his practice, and how he sees his...

Martine Syms: ‘I am interested in the idea of the gulf between your live...

The Los Angeles-based artist talks about semiotics, fun...

Gillian Wearing: ‘I don’t have any typical practice. Every project is ...

The artist talks about the ideas behind her latest film...

Sara Greenberger Rafferty: ‘What is more essential than how one faces th...

The multimedia artist talks about constructing the self...

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Charles Richardson: ‘There must be some sort of desire in me to hold ont...

The artist talks about his show at Exeter Phoenix, coll...

Jules de Balincourt: ‘I can’t be painting bouquets of flowers and pret...

The painter’s uncanny worlds reflect the post-9/11 ze...

Bosco Sodi: ‘I like the freedom of letting the mind and soul go on a jou...

Bosco Sodi talks about the two processes in his work: t...

Asya Dodina and Slava Polishchuk: ‘Material dictates the way you relate ...

The Russian immigrant artists talk about the difference...



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