Art

Edmund de Waal: “Repetition is Endlessly Renewing”

Artist and writer Edmund de Waal on the liminal qualities and whiteness of porcelain ...

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Upset in Stone: Barbara Segal

Experimental sculptor Barbara Segal on luxury, commodity, and change in her work. ...

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Marina Abramović: “The Performer and Audience Create the Work Together”

The "godmother of performance art" speaks to Millie Walton about immortality, eroticism and the public body...

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Unstructured, different, wild: Art collecting Martin Nielsen

An interview with maverick art collector Martin Nielsen...

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Rebellious Joy: Huntley Muir

Interview with creative duo Huntley Muir on the setting of comment in multimedia work. ...

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Revolving Around Art: Claus Busch Risvig

Interview with Danish Art Collector Claus Busch Risvig...

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The Small Infinite

The gallery as a material is a place-holder and steward of sense, constantly exchanging the outside and the inside....

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Whipping Water: Anne Imhof vs. Hate for Hate’s Sake

Adam Heardman investigates Anne Imhof’s imagery led dialogues for CIRCA....

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Portraits of the World: Bruce Atherton

Painter Bruce Atherton on style, presence and portraiture. ...

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Channel Switching: Dara Birnbaum

Interview with pioneer video/media artist Dara Birnbaum. ...

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Meet the Anonymous Street Artist Jerkface

Trebuchet speaks to street artist Jerkface about his solo exhibition at Maddox Gallery and being cast as a villain in the art world...

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Shannon Cartier Lucy: Sensual Imagery

Nashville-based artist Shannon Cartier Lucy speaks to Millie Walton about her solo show at Soft Opening in London and how the physicality of painting elevates the image...

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Fluid Creativity: An Interview with Tesfaye Urgessa

Ethiopian artist Tesfaye Urgessa on his painting processes, images of migration and the feeling of being watched...

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Traversing Time: An Interview with Sutapa Biswas

Ahead of the opening of a major survey at the Baltic, Sutapa Biswas discusses her creative processes and the making of her new film...

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Rethinking Nostalgia: An Interview with Paulina Olowska

Polish artist Paulina Olowska discusses her new series of portrait paintings and how her depictions of womanhood relate to a wider interest in the concept of time ...

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Intersectional Accessible Forever Alive: Keith Haring

An able overview of Keith Haring: Lives of Artists by Simon Doonan. ...

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Directing Enter Art Fair

Trebuchet interviews Enter Art director Julie Alf about the inspiration behind the fair....

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Material Transformation: An Interview with Holly Hendry

Millie Walton speaks to London-based artist Holly Hendry about experimenting with materials, responding to space and breaking down boundaries...

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Tahnee Lonsdale: Painting Vulnerability

Millie Walton speaks to British painter Tahnee Lonsdale about her current solo exhibition at Cob Gallery in London...

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Neunau: Sound Art from Ancient to Modern

Neunau is a connection between worlds that might seem distant from one another, this allows me to work on various levels...

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Rafael Pérez Evans: Perishable Art

Millie Walton speaks to Welsh-Spanish artist Rafael Pérez Evans about agricultural protest and the innate symbolism of materials...

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Concrete Art 2: Number As Material

Euclid defines line as ‘breadthless length’. The Skills You Need educational website, under the heading of ‘geometry’, defines ‘point’, ‘line’, ‘plane’, and ‘solid’...

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Henry Taylor at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset

A review of American artist Henry Taylor's solo exhibition at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset...

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Concrete Art 1: Colour As Material

The distinction between primary and secondary qualities, as provided by John Locke, tells us that secondary qualities are accessible only to one mode of perception...

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Hardeep Sahota: Illuminating the Art of Dance

Dancer and researcher Hardeep Sahota discusses the art and origins of Bhangra, and his series of 'light paintings' at YSP...

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Cultured and Combined: Gilbert & George on Identity

Individuals have multiple identities and not all of them are self-ascribed; even the same identity can have differing social characteristics...

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Rachel Whiteread: Symbolism & Storytelling

A review of Rachel Whiteread's solo exhibition 'Internal Objects' at Gagosian Grosvenor Hill, London...

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Reflections, Refractions and Perspectives through Dylan Martinez

Whether through the physiology of sight or the psychology of the mind, I use glass as a mechanism of blurring those functions. - Dylan Martinez...

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Evanescent Imagery: Precarity and persistence in Gerhard Richter’s paintings

Paint, or a rudimentary version of it, was landed upon tens of thousands of years ago as a basic tool for mark-making. What else is there for Gerhard Richter to say?...

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Cydne Jasmin Coleby: Flawed Beauty

Millie Walton speaks to Bahamian artist Cydne Jasmin Coleby about her latest body of work and celebrating imperfections...

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