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Marina Abramović: interview

We spoke to her ahead of the opening of 512 hours about why, for her, presence is so important, what...

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Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2014

Studio International visited this year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition before the party began, a...

Ben Johnson: interview

Studio International visited the Alan Cristea gallery to talk to the painter Ben Johnson. This is hi...

Shezad Dawood: interview

The multidisciplinary artist Shezad Dawood’s first solo London show opened at the Parasol Unit in ...

Diverse Maniere: Piranesi, Fantasy and Excess

Sir John Soane’s Museum was conceived as a place of inspiration, learning and provocation for “a...

From Gucci to Gaultier: London hosts two major fashion exhibitions

This month sees the opening in London of two major fashion exhibitions: The Glamour of Italian Fashi...

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Zhang Enli: interview

Zhang Enli: interview, Hauser & Wirth, London. We came to see Zhang’s current exhibition at Hauser...

Alex Warren and Tobias Ross-Southall, directors of Eleanor: interview

An extraordinary collaborative enterprise (displayed at the Cob Gallery Camden as a three-screen ins...

Liliane Lijn: studio tour

Liliane Lijn (b1939) gives Studio International a tour of some of her key works in her north London ...

Kurt Jackson: interview

Kurt Jackson, one of Britain's most celebrated landscape painters, talks to Studio International abo...

Tomás Saraceno: interview

Tomás Saraceno’s work encompasses utopian architectural proposals exploring his ideas for a susta...

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Republic of the Moon

To mark the start of its 20th year, the Arts Catalyst, an organisation that puts a cultural spin on ...

Siobhan Davies Dance: Table of Contents - video review

Siobhan Davies is an award-winning British dancer and choreographer with a particular interest in th...

Bill Woodrow at the RA

Bill Woodrow talks to Studio International about his exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts, London...

Jules de Balincourt: Itinerant Ones

Balincourt’s exhibition is titled - after one of the paintings in this show - Itinerant Ones....

Nostalgic for the Future

We are at the Lisson Gallery, London, to see the group exhibition Nostalgic for the Future, shown ea...

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Jonathan Gabb: interview

Using a carefully balanced combination of PVA glue and acrylic paints – the precise measures of wh...

Kara Walker: interview

At the opening of Kara Walker's first UK exhibition, we spoke to her about her work, which is a dark...

Daniel Silver: Dig

It might appear that we are miles away from civilisation. In fact, we are standing in the long derel...

Philomene Pirecki: interview

London-based artist Philomene Pirecki has just been shortlisted for the Max Mara Art Prize for Women...

Happy to scuff your floors for you, Murillo

In Murillo’s “resourceful” SLG exhibition, just one single patched black canvas hangs ragged o...

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Bedwyr Williams: interview

Williams is currently representing Wales at the Venice Biennale with The Starry Messenger. He is als...

Mayor Boris Johnson unveils large blue Hahn/Cock

Mayor of London Boris Johnson unveils Hahn/Cock by German artist Katharina Fritsch, the latest sculp...

Ibrahim El-Salahi: A Visionary Modernist

Miguel Benavides talks to Ibrahim El-Salahi about his Sudanese heritage, his time in prison on unfou...

Dennis Hopper: On the Road

Before joining the leagues of his subjects, entering into the world of celebrity as a cult director ...

Patrick Caulfield and Gary Hume

Two masters of British art, two mini retrospective exhibitions, but held together in Tate Britain’...

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Patrick Hughes: interview

Hughes' new exhibition at Flowers, Cork Street, includes nine new paintings employing his unique tec...

New Order at Saatchi Gallery; Pae White at SLG; Rock on… at Serpentine G...

New Order: British Art Today at the Saatchi Gallery; Pae White at SLG; Rock on Top of Another Rock a...

Pae White: Too Much Night, Again

Inspired by a recent bout of insomnia, using the colours of Black Sabbath’s album cover from Maste...

Rock on Top of Another Rock

Placing one rock on top of another is a seemingly simple gesture, and, as the Swiss artistic duo, Pe...

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