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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...

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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...

Alberto Biasi: interview

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

Steven Appleby: interview

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

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Allen Jones

Risking the wrath of many, London’s Royal Academy of Arts is playing host to a long-overdue thematic overview of the ...

Adeline de Monseignat: interview

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

Agathe Sorel: studio tour

Agathe Sorel talks to Studio International about the work in her retrospective exhibition at the Studio o...

Anselm Kiefer

Anselm Kiefer, who was born in Germany in 1945, studied law before beginning his art education in Karlsruhe and then ...

Aleah Chapin: interview

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

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Glenn Ligon: interview

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

Nanda Vigo: interview

A pioneer in modern Italian art, Nanda Vigo has continually skirted the confines of design, architecture and ...

Nadav Kander: interview

Nadav Kander is an award-winning photographer with an international reputation. He has photographed politic...

Vânia Mignone: interview

In this conversation with Studio International about her first retrospective, titled Scenarios, at the Mu...

Folkestone Triennial

For the third edition of this bustling summer exhibition, curator Lewis Biggs has invited a selection of inter...

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rootoftwo: interview

The work of rootoftwo also responds to anxiety, but by measuring social media and people’s response to, and ...

Emma Hart: interview

Emma Hart’s work is full of anxiety. Located in an empty domestic space on Tontine Street, Folkestone, it fi...

Pablo Bronstein: interview

Pablo Bronstein, whose Sketches for Regency Living graced the walls of the ICA in London this summer, ha...

Jyll Bradley: interview

Jyll Bradley, a native of Folkestone, has returned to the town to create a wonderful homage to the Kentish ...

Alex Hartley: interview

Fresh from his incredible journey with Nowhereisland, Alex Hartley speaks to us from his lookout atop the G...

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Lewis Biggs: interview

Lewis Biggs is this year’s curator of the Folkestone Triennial, invited to join after 11 years as chief ex...

Alastair Upton: interview

Alastair Upton is chief executive of The Creative Foundation, an independent visionary arts charity seeki...

Ed Atkins: interview

Anna McNay spoke to Ed Atkins about his current exhibition at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, where his film <...

Anita Taylor: interview

Anita Taylor, dean of Bath School of Art and Design at Bath Spa University and the founder of the Jerwood d...

Drawn Together: Artist as Selector

The Jerwood Gallery Hastings invited Anita Taylor, dean of Bath School of Art and Design at Bath...

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Rose Wylie: interview

Studio International visited the painter Rose Wylie in her studio in Kent, to see the new paintings she’s w...

Ben Quilty: interview

Ben Quilty’s first solo London show opened at the Saatchi Gallery on 4 July, celebrating his winning of the...

Richard Jackson: New Paintings

Richard Jackson (born 1939) has been a pre-eminent figure on the American art scene since the 70s an...

Marina Abramović: interview

In 2010, Marina Abramović took over MOMA in New York for a 736 hour and 30 minute long performance, T...



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