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Maija Luutonen: ‘I’m not a big fan of monuments’

Maija Luutonen is the inaugural recipient of the Kiasma Commission by Kordelin, a project to promote...

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Michael Armitage: ‘Can an art space function in the same way as a chapel...

The artist weaves multiple narratives to evoke the complexity of East African society. Here, he talk...

Encountering the Buddha and the Kandell Tibetan Buddhist Shrine Room – a...

The curator talks about Encountering the Buddha: Art and Practice Across Asia, the current exhibitio...

Sophie Herxheimer: ‘I’m after precision in poetry … I’m after exac...

Poet, writer and image-maker Sophie Herxheimer talks about the ideas and inspiration that inform her...

Jason Brooks: ‘In a world that wants to eradicate detail by airbrushing ...

Ahead of his exhibition at Marlborough, London, Jason Brooks showed Studio International around his ...

Tabita Rezaire: ‘Reclamation allowed me to glow into my blackness, woman...

The artist talks about ‘decolonial healing’, her response to cyber-racism and the distorted repr...

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Edmund Clark: ‘The intervention, the control, the censorship is part of ...

Edmund Clark discusses his recent residency at the UK’s only wholly therapeutic prison, HMP Grendo...

Bharti Kher: ‘In the way a kitchen has many different things cooking at ...

Kher talks about the difficulty of being identified as an ‘Indian’ artist, being a procrastinato...

Peter Hill: ‘I have a love for the solitude of lighthouses at one extrem...

The artist talks about his creation of a fictional museum, his current lecture tour, Fake News + Sup...

Latif Al Ani: ‘I was documenting for the sake of archiving. I never thou...

The Iraqi photographer considers his photographic preservation of a long-vanished Iraq, his preoccup...

Ania Dabrowska: ‘By the retelling of archival stories we have the power ...

Ania Dabrowska (b1973) is a Polish-born artist now living in London. She works with photography, mov...

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Köken Ergun: ‘In Turkey, the image of the soldier has been victimised b...

The Turkish film-maker talks about his 2005 video I, Soldier, and its relevance to the political sit...

Shirazeh Houshiary: ‘We can’t fix our identity or our borders, the onl...

Houshiary talks about evolution, Einstein and shamans, and how her work involves thinking in other d...

John Stezaker: ‘I was trying to create a sort of photographic cubism’

The British artist discusses a series of 1970s collages that launched his career, and which have bee...

Nnenna Okore: ‘My work seeks to highlight Earth’s vulnerability and fr...

Okore’s sculptures are poetic odes to the natural world. But beneath the delicate beauty there lie...

William Kentridge: ‘One needs sometimes to show the power of the irratio...

William Kentridge talks about his recent performance of Kurt Schwitters’ sound poem Ursonate, dada...

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Veronica Ryan: ‘I’m interested in the semantics of perception’

The artist talks about her continuing connection with the sculptures of Barbara Hepworth, and how he...

Arthur Watson: ‘Central to the organisation of the show was that work wo...

The president of the Royal Scottish Academy discusses Ages of Wonder: Scotland’s Art 1540 to Now, ...

Neha Choksi: ‘Transformations necessitate lost pasts and renewals of fut...

Through her latest work, a multichannel video installation entitled Faith in friction that features ...

Zoë Buckman: ‘One role of feminism is to address and reframe how we con...

The London-born, New York-based artist known for incorporating highly personal motifs, such as embro...

Antony Gormley: ‘Looking back at the paths you have taken is a really im...

The artist talks about collaborating on a major new book about his career, the evolution of his work...

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Pamela Schilderman: ‘I really wanted people to think about what it is th...

What makes a portrait? What defines a person’s identity? These are questions at the core of Schild...

Maria Alyokhina: ‘The government media calls us enemies of the people ...

Political activist and Pussy Riot member Maria Alyokhina talks to Studio International at the Saatch...

Stan Douglas: ‘A re-enactment is an event that becomes processed in memo...

Photographer and film artist Stan Douglas talks about his new works, which extend his interest in hi...

Grace Weir: ‘I often think through the camera’

In Irish film artist Grace Weir’s latest exhibition, Unfolded, past and present, the real and repr...

Juno Calypso: ‘Male critics don’t think women are funny, they don’t ...

London-based photographer Juno Calypso talks about femininity and disappointment in a man’s world...

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Zarah Hussain: ‘I don’t think something that’s spiritual precludes t...

Zarah Hussain (b1980, Cheshire, UK) places her work at “the intersection of science and spirituali...

Nicolás Herrera: Enchanted Nature – Deforestation and the Environment

Enchanted Nature: Deforestation and the Environment, on show in Beijing, is an exhibition of 61 draw...

Julie Montgarrett: ‘I have always gravitated to the seductive character ...

Australian artist Julie Montgarrett uses her work to explore the continent’s problematic colonial ...

Pavel Brăila: 'Roots are the most important thing that we have’

After a summer of double Documentas, the Moldovan artist Pavel Brăila is now included in the second...



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