Artist interview

Yooyun Yang: "I am drawn to moments where familiarity and novelty collide"

Meet the artist who has been selected for this year's Korean Artists Today

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Woo Hannah: "Fabric is good for expressing weird but beautiful things"

Meet the artist who has been selected for this year's Korean Artists Today

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siren eun young jung: "I believe in art that is able to visualise those erased by society"

Meet the artist who has been selected for this year's Korean Artists Today

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The Rice Brewing Sisters Club: "We use what we call 'auntie wisdoms'"

Meet the collective which has been selected for this year's Korean Artists Today

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Minouk Lim: "I focus on the ritualistic aspect of making"

Meet the artist who has been selected for this year's Korean Artists Today

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Eusung Lee: "The allure of sculpture lies in the embodiment of presence"

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Sojung Jun: "I find it intriguing to deal with history or time"

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Jesse Chun: "Language is an incredibly intricate and powerful thing"

Meet the artist who has been selected for this year's Korean Artists Today

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Mika Rottenberg: ‘Giant things are often triggered by tiny reactions’

The “silly but serious” artist’s experiences at the world’s largest particle accelerator at Cern have helped to shape her expansive retrospective at Museum Tinguely

'Half of my collection is about cats': Sylvie Fleury reveals her love of feline art

The Geneva-based artist known for her pop culture references cannot get enough of glitzy 1970s American cars and 1980s fashion

‘I’m just reflecting the times. I’m not an activist’: artist Monira Al Qadiri on her complicated relationship with fossil fuel, a recurring theme of her work

The Kuwaiti-born artist, now living in Germany, has an exhibition at Kunsthaus Baselland during Art Basel that includes large-scale works referencing oil production and consumption

Carsten Höller: ‘We have been very successful in eliminating the unpredictable'

The artist is working with an MIT scientist to help Fondation Beyeler visitors learn the art of flying—in their dreams, at least

Alvaro Barrington: the artist bringing carnival and the Caribbean to Tate Britain’s Duveen Galleries

With his new London commission, the Venezuela-born painter is exploring the UK’s impact around the globe with a sweeping installation partly inspired by his grandmother’s plastic sofa coverings

Steve McQueen: the Oscar-winner who still sees himself first and foremost as an artist

In his new commission for Dia Beacon, the British artist and director has focused on the trauma of African enslavement and the creation of a Black Atlantic culture with a screenless composition of light, colour and sound

‘Once you know the history, you see it everywhere’: Nona Faustine on uncovering New York’s uncomfortable past

At the Brooklyn Museum, the American photographer’s self-portraits reveal the city’s links to colonialism and slavery that were largely erased

‘It’s a dream for an artist to be able to do this’: Walton Ford on creating a lion's den at the Morgan Library & Museum

The artist’s show includes a menagerie of recently gifted sketches, large-scale watercolours and selections from the permanent collection

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‘The experience of giving birth is so abstract and intense’: Loie Hollowell on the challenge of painting pregnancy

The artist’s survey at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum tracks the formal language she developed to depict an essential process in life—one that, historically, has been rarely depicted

A brush with... Kapwani Kiwanga

An in-depth interview with the artist on her cultural experiences and greatest influences, from residencies in Paris to the jazz legend Sun Ra

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Podcast | A brush with... Michael Raedecker

An in-depth interview with the artist on his cultural experiences and greatest influences, from the New Romantics of the 1980s to a 1992 edition of Documenta

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A brush with... Alex Katz

An in-depth interview with the artist on his cultural experiences and greatest influences, from artist Paul Cezanne to jazz maestro Charlie Parker

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Glenn Ligon: 'The idea of coal dust being elevated into the space of art was something that interested me'

As his series of text paintings make their debut in Hong Kong, the US artist discusses his decades-long meditation on the words of James Baldwin

A brush with… Shahzia Sikander

An in-depth interview with the artist on her cultural experiences and greatest influences, from time spent in Mogadishu, Somalia, to the work of the artist Eva Hesse

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Yang Fudong: ‘It’s a silent movie, Hong Kong is the soundtrack’

The Chinese artist and filmmaker reveals the inspirations behind his silent film made for the M+ Facade, a tribute to the beauty of Hong Kong and the process of ageing

Anselm Kiefer: the artist creating a monumental legacy without finishing a painting

Ahead of a new show in Florence, the German artist talks of good and evil, his Sieg Heil salutes, the eradication of borders through climate change, burning paintings, the fickleness of fame and why size doesn’t matter

Rita McBride: ‘I can draw through space, and it’s infinite’

The artist’s installation at the Hammer Museum dissolves space and time with laser beams and a uniquely science-fiction-flecked optimism

Mercedes Dorame: ‘Borders shift and change with perspective’

The artist’s commission for the Getty Center’s rotunda replicates the forms and colours of abalone shells that were once ubiquitous on the Los Angeles coast

Paul Pfeiffer: ‘I want to preserve the intensity of the image’

The multi-disciplinary artist reflects on 25 years of transforming mass media in a way that “makes you become aware of the act of looking”

Abdullah Al Saadi: 'Artists can't be alone. Friendship between artists is very important'

The conceptual artist talks about representing the United Arab Emirates at this year’s Venice Biennale with work documenting his travels

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Nari Ward: the artist using found objects to tell the stories of Harlem and beyond

Ahead of a new show in Milan, the New York-based artist explains how he came to use materials such as bottles and baseball bats after becoming frustrated with drawing, and why he uses ceremonial methods in his work