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Matthew Darbyshire: ‘If I can’t get hold of what I want, I’ll fake i...

The artist talks about design and consumer culture, the role of colour as a democratiser, the need t...

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Anj Smith: ‘The figure is a device on which to hang my concerns’

The artist talks about the collapsing of genres, her desire to portray identity post gender and pain...

YARAT: The Union of Fire and Water – Venice Biennale 2015

The Union of Fire and Water presents a historical and cultural superimposition of Baku and Venice as...

Anita Glesta: ‘I would like this work to be a vehicle of communication ...

The artist talks about the motivation behind her brightly coloured projection of frenzied fish on to...

Shani Rhys James: ‘I love the luxuriousness of a flower’s abstract sha...

The artist talks about her dramatic paintings, the significance of red and her own particular take o...

Chudamani Clowes: ‘I wanted to show immigration and migration in a posit...

Chudamani Clowes talks about immigration, her personal connection to west London and the human trage...

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The art behind the activist: Adrian Locke talks about Ai Weiwei

A rebel, an iconoclast and a playful symbolist – Ai Weiwei is all these things, but surely history...

Vincent Meessen: ‘In the western world, we still think that we created e...

Eleven artists come together to reflect on colonialism and its aftermath in a complex, multimedia, c...

Charles Lim: ‘It’s very easy to see the sea as a sublime space where y...

With his sailing background, Charles Lim explains, he sees the sea as ‘just an office’. His 10-y...

Richard Long: Time and Space

Fifteen years after Richard Long’s last exhibition of any scale in his native Bristol, he is the A...

Toni Scott: ‘People don’t understand that what’s in the past is stil...

The California-based multimedia artist Toni Scott talks about how, in DNA – Bloodlines and the Fam...

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Eloise Hawser: ‘This machine is all about contact and resistance’

The artist explains the complex mechanisms of a cinema organ and its colour-changer to Studio Intern...

Emma Cousin: ‘Humour is the most important thing’

Studio International visited Transition Gallery in east London to speak to Cousin about painting, in...

Helen Sear: ‘It’s almost like the landscape is imprinted on the figure...

In her exploration of mortality and temporality, the artist seeks to disrupt the single-point perspe...

Sergio Camargo: Mármore

Sergio Camargo (1930-90) was a prominent artist in Rio de Janeiro, where he was born, and gained int...

Herman de Vries: ‘My guru is a squirrel’ – Venice Biennale 2015

Herman de Vries, whose work spreads far beyond the confines of the Rietveld pavilion, explains why h...

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Patricia Cronin: 'A silent protest can be quite powerful' – Venice Bienn...

Patricia Cronin talks about Shrine for Girls, her installation at the Venice Biennale that commemora...

Geoffrey Eastop: ‘The character of the mark describes the object’

Geoffrey Eastop – his creative legacy. Studio international visited Ecchinswell in Hampshire – t...

Sarah Lucas: I Scream Daddio – Venice Biennale 2015

Sarah Lucas came to prominence in the 90s with the generation of Young British Artists, but it has t...

On My Way – Venice Biennale 2015

As a parallel event to the Venice Biennale, a group of artists from Russia present an exhibition tha...

Graham Fagen: ‘Come into the garden and forget about the war’ – Veni...

Glasgow-based artist Graham Fagen, who is representing Scotland for the 56th Venice Biennale, has mi...

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Catlin Art Prize 2015

Eight of the UK’s most promising arts graduates are picked each year to show at the Catlin Art Pri...

Brown & Son: Art That Makes Itself

Father and son Paul and Daniel Brown work together as Brown & Son, ‘Purveyors of digital images si...

Klaus Staudt: interview

A leading practitioner of concrete-constructivist art for some 50 years, Klaus Staudt was also part ...

Gordon Shrigley: ‘I wanted to use the possibilities of fine art to creat...

Artist Gordon Shrigley has entered the fray for the 2015 general election, standing against sitting ...

Gordon Shrigley: ‘What I’m doing now is a form of performance art that...

An artist who has been concerned with concepts related to the line for more than 20 years, Gordon Sh...

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C4RD, the Centre for Recent Drawing

Artist Andrew Hewish founded C4RD, the Centre for Recent Drawing, ‘on the smell of an oil rag’ i...

Andrew Hewish: ‘I’m interested in a process of drift, where things are...

Artist and C4RD director Andrew Hewish discusses how he makes objects and paintings using a broad va...

Gordon Shrigley: ‘Will Peck and I had lots of conversations about what t...

Will Peck, a recent graduate, and Gordon Shrigley, artist, (Gordon has various strings to his bow an...

Andrew Hewish: ‘To introduce drawing as a category automatically produce...

Artist Andrew Hewish founded C4RD, the Centre for Recent Drawing, ‘on the smell of an oil rag’ i...



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