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Joyce Cairns: interview

Joyce W Cairns RSA was born and brought up in Edinburgh. She studied painting at Gray’s School of ...

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Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2014

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

Ursula Ilse-Neuman: interview

From the early days of its development two centuries ago, photography has been closely aligned with ...

Ali Banisadr: interview

Born in Tehran in 1976, Ali Banisadr was three when the Islamic revolution took place. He and his fa...

David Ostrowski: interview

The paintings of German artist David Ostrowski (b1981) look like works that may or may not be quite ...

Ben Johnson: interview

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

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Paul Coldwell: interview

Paul Coldwell’s exhibition at the Freud Museum, London explores our relationship to objects and th...

Elizabeth Neel: interview

The American painter Elizabeth Neel makes paintings and sculptures that converse with each other. Bo...

Jeanine Oleson: interview

In conjunction with Jeanine Oleson’s exhibition Hear, Here, guest music curator Cori Ellison (dram...

Maxim Boxer: interview

Opening to coincide with the first Russian Art Week during the UK-Russia Year of Culture, Russian Co...

Shezad Dawood: interview

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

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Alexander James: interview

Alexander James (b1967) is a photographer with a difference. Rather than capturing the moment sponta...

José Roca: interview

To mark its 20th anniversary this year, Bard Graduate Center Gallery (BGC) has opened an exhibition ...

Meg Hitchcock: interview

Meg Hitchcock, a Brooklyn-based artist, celebrates the human need to reach outside ourselves, throug...

Kaoruko: interview

The painter Kaoruko is a slight, softly spoken Japanese woman who walks with inaudible steps and has...

Alice Hope: interview

Alice Hope likes working with small things, lots of them. They can be – and often are – tiny met...

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Michael Rush: interview

Lilly Wei talks to the director of Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University. Des...

Zhang Enli: interview

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

Alfredo Jaar: interview

Alfredo Jaar was born in Santiago, Chile, in 1956. He attended the Chilean-North American Institute ...

Tim Rollins and KOS’s Angel Abreu and Rick Savinon: interview

In 1981, when he was 26, Tim Rollins was asked to develop a curriculum for an intermediate school in...

Esme Toler and Olì Bonzanigo: interview

Esme Toler and Olì Bonzanigo are the creators of 13th Hour (2014), a sculpture on the roof of L’B...

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Anna Raimondo: interview

Anna Raimondo is an Italian artist based in Brussels and working internationally. She describes hers...

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...

Artists Anonymous: interview

In 2013, exhibitions by London- and Berlin-based Artists Anonymous were held across Europe, in Essen...

Xu Bing: interview

Xu Bing, the internationally acclaimed Chinese conceptual artist who works in a variety of disciplin...

Agnes Denes: interview

Agnes Denes (b1931) is a Budapest-born artist based in New York, whose career spans 46 years. A pion...

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Ryan Mosley: interview

The Alison Jacques Gallery presents the third solo exhibition of Ryan Mosley’s paintings. Through ...

Liliane Lijn: interview

Lijn conducts a thorough studio tour, turning on each of the amazing and sometimes ominously towerin...

Martin Creed: interview

Martin Creed (b1968) became the Marmite subject of much art-world discussion when he won the Turner ...

Kurt Jackson: interview

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



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