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José Roca: interview

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

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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...

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...

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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...

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...

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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...

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...

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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...

Tomás Saraceno: interview

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

Interview with Mark Fox

The multimedia artist Mark Fox has a selection of his recent work on display at the Robert Miller Ga...

Peter Howson in conversation

Peter Howson grew up in Glasgow in the 1960s and attended Glasgow School of Art from 1975 to 1979. I...

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Interview with John Mellencamp

The celebrated rock musician John Mellencamp is also a painter of note, his work the subject of a su...

Jonathan Gabb: interview

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

Anita Glesta: interview

After I had seen Brooklyn-based artist Anita Glesta’s travelling multimedia installation Gernika/G...

Kara Walker: interview

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

Philomene Pirecki: interview

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

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Interview with Dorothea Rockburne

How easy is it to imagine drawing that makes itself, and why should drawing make itself to begin wit...

Jill Spalding talks to American sculptor Alice Aycock

Though best known for her elaborate constructions in wood and metal, Alice Aycock is collected as wi...

Janet Cardiff’s Sound Sculpture

The Forty Part Motet, a sound installation by Canadian artist Janet Cardiff, is not so much a sight ...

Professor Mechal Sobel discusses her research on Bill Traylor

Studio International spoke with Professor Sobel about her interest in Traylor, the influence of Afri...



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