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

Artist and writer Andrea Mason talked to us from her studio in Camberwell, south London about Litera...

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Ilana Halperin: ‘Drawing is a trace fossil of a moment, an idea, proof o...

The artist, whose work is bound up with geological phenomena, explains the excitement of holding a m...

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

The American-born artist Sheila Hicks invited us to join her on her brightly coloured pigmented bale...

Helen Flockhart: ‘Art doesn’t have to be large to be powerful’

The Scottish painter on her time at Glasgow School of Art in the 80s, being influenced by convention...

Kehinde Wiley: ‘I think ideas are just as important as the material prac...

African-American artist Kehinde Wiley talks about the practice of painting as a conceptual tool to e...

Cornelia Parker: interview

Known for her explosive works, crossing the line between science and art, Cornelia Parker spoke to u...

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

Here, the artist who was once dubbed the “heir to Pollock” and shocked the art world in 1974 by ...

Morehshin Allahyari: ‘Suddenly, I had the opportunity of making art with...

The Iranian-born artist, who moved to the US in 2007, talks about important concepts in her work, in...

Janet Biggs: ‘This project traces my very specific memories of my family...

The video and installation artist talks about her latest exhibition, in which she worked with neuros...

Fernanda Chieco: ‘I go searching for stories’

The Brazilian artist talks about art residency programmes, and how one led her to look at haunted ho...

Haris Epaminonda: ‘I imagined the Cypriot landscape to be the main prota...

Haris Epaminonda talks about the making of her four-channel video installation Chapters, filmed in h...

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Toyin Odutola: ‘I’m no longer interested in portraying what I think I ...

Toyin Odutola talks about why she loves pen and ink, where she gets the inspiration for her titles, ...

Frederick Wiseman: ‘National Gallery shows more about the ambivalence, d...

The American film-maker Frederick Wiseman talks about his latest documentary, a portrait of the Nati...

David Altmejd: ‘I believe in the power that art has to generate meaning...

Canadian artist David Altmejd, known for his fantastical sculptures and installations, discusses his...

Saba Qizilbash: ‘I always attempt to speak from personal eye level’

The Pakistani-born artist says much of her works have been in response to stages in her personal lif...

Basim Magdy: interview

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

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Lynn Hershman Leeson: ‘I’ve always been interested in the exchange bet...

The US artist Lynn Hershman Leeson, known for her performance art and film-making, talks about her l...

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

Studio International has come to north west London to visit the painter Trish Wylie in her studio....

Thomas Allen: ‘I want my cave to offer an escape’

Thomas Allen talks about his background in sociology, how his latest work relies on the scribbles of...

Gail Pickering: ‘I was interested in the histories of community video pr...

The London-based artist Gail Pickering talks about her recent major exhibition at Baltic Centre for ...

Valerie Hird: ‘Drawings are documents of honest and wonderfully human co...

The US artist studied archaeological illustration and then painting before becoming a compulsive tra...

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Jessica Stockholder: ‘Art changes, taking account of the present moment...

Jessica Stockholder talks about her work, which combines painting, sculpture, installation and langu...

Nina Lola Bachhuber: ‘The creative process is like a virus in my brain’

The Munich-born artist’s delicate drawings depict invented characters that are then given form in ...

Sam Belinfante: ‘For galleries, sound is still a terrifying prospect’

Sam Belinfante talks about the role of listening in the visual arts and the challenges he faced in c...

Dan Coombs: ‘Art is grounded in reaching for the real’

The artist talks about how he hoped his recent exhibition, Suspicion, would answer his 20-year quest...

Maggi Hambling: ‘Some paintings you’ve just got to cut up. There’s e...

Maggi Hambling talks about the sea, life, death and love in her work, how, despite being nearly 70, ...

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Brian Bress: ‘I come to video with the agenda of a painter’

Brian Bress is an innovative multimedia artist who creates works that combine painting, drawing, ani...

Kennedy Browne: ‘With the internet there is no final cut’

Irish artist duo Kennedy Browne talk about how their work has been shaped by free-market triumphalis...

Marie Jacotey – Dolly

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

Matt Copson: interview

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



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