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Geoffrey Eastop: ‘The character of the mark describes the object’

Geoffrey Eastop – his creative legacy. Studio international...

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Sarah Lucas: I Scream Daddio

Sarah Lucas came to prominence in the 90s with the generation of Young British Artists, but it has tak...

On My Way

As a parallel event to the Venice Biennale, a group of artists from Russia present an exhibition that juxtaposes works ma...

Graham Fagen: ‘Come into the garden and forget about the war’

Glasgow-based artist Graham Fagen, who is representing Scotland f...

Catlin Art Prize 2015

Eight of the UK’s most promising arts graduates are picked each year to show at the Catlin Art Prize ex...

Brown & Son: Art That Makes Itself

Father and son Paul and Daniel Brown work together as Brown & Son, ‘Purveyors of digital image...

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Klaus Staudt: interview

A leading practitioner of concrete-constructivist art for some 50 years, Klaus Staudt was also part of the ...

Gordon Shrigley: ‘I wanted to use the possibilities of fine art to creat...

Artist Gordon Shrigley has entered the fray for the 201...

Gordon Shrigley: ‘What I’m doing now is a form of performance art that...

An artist who has been concerned with concepts related ...

C4RD, the Centre for Recent Drawing

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

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

Artist and C4RD director Andrew Hewish discusses how he...

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

Will Peck, a recent graduate, and Gordon Shrigley, arti...

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

Artist Andrew Hewish founded C4RD, the Centre for Recen...

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, ...

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

Having trained in portrait painting at the Heatherley S...

Making It: Sculpture in Britain 1977-1986

In the purpose-built Longside Gallery at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, the Arts Council C...

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

Multimedia artist Tina Keane talks about her early work...

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

Performance artist and Turner-prize nominee Marvin Gaye Chetwynd explain...

Five Issues of Studio International at Raven Row

Studio international visited Raven Row in East London to talk to writer and curato...

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

Artist and writer Andrea Mason talked to us from her st...

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

The American-born artist Sheila Hicks invited us to join her on he...

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Cornelia Parker: interview

Known for her explosive works that cross the line between science and art, Parker spoke to us at the ope...

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

Here, the artist who was once dubbed the “heir to Pollock” and shoc...

Basim Magdy: interview

Basim Magdy reveals a world of colour in his films and photographs. The critically acclaimed Egyptian artist...

Trish Wylie interview: ‘Wylie provides a hotline to the gods of the silv...

Studio International has come to north west London to v...

Marie Jacotey – Dolly

One of this year’s Bloomberg New Contemporaries, 26-year-old, Paris-born Marie Jacotey is exhibiting 58 d...

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Matt Copson: interview

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

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2014

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

Milou van der Maaden: interview

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

Charles Richardson: interview

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



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