Best of Artist Interviews
Theaster Gates, Jasper Johns, Cindy Sherman: the best of artist interviews over the past 30 years
The Art Newspaper's Review editor Ben Luke picks his favourites from the archive
Inside the house that Theaster Gates built
Rising art star and activist Theaster Gates is transforming his Chicago neighbourhood, one building at a time
Andrea Fraser: exposing the art world from within
From mock guided tours to a sexual encounter with a collector, the US artist's work is a unique form of institutional critique
Paul McCarthy: 'Artists are seen as one step above criminals'
The artist on his early B-movie ambitions, art schools, the pressure to move to New York and why he’ll never leave Los Angeles
Lynda Benglis: not a material girl
The artist on the 1970s feminist movement, unsolicited opportunities and that legendary Artforum advert
The changing faces of Cindy Sherman
We speak to the chameleon-like photographer about her latest series, in which she becomes a string of fictional, surgically-enhanced socialites
Jasper Johns: 'I was trying to see something, to see what seeing consisted of'
As the National Gallery of Art opens a show devoted to the artist’s work from the 1950s and 60s, he looks back on the decade and reflects on the process of making
Paula Rego: prints of darkness
After 40 years, the Portuguese-born artist is still surprised by the images she creates
Ghada Amer: when Islam was sensual
The Egyptian artist draws on a Medieval Muslim erotic text to create her hand-stitched works
Luc Tymans: on pigeon power
Belgium's representative at this year's Venice Biennale explains why pigeons are not symbols of peace, how he depicts violence without actually showing it and why he returned to painting
Jenny Holzer: towards the mot juste
The US artist on text being just one medium in her work and how trying to measure up to Goya can keep her motionless for months
Robert Rauschenberg: 'Business sure screwed up the art world universally'
On the occasion of his Guggenheim retrospective, the artist talks about his globe-trotting approach to “the adventure of art”
R.B. Kitaj: 'I begin my working day by falling asleep in front of my easel'
The American artist, who has lived in Britain for the past 35 years, is celebrated with a large exhibition at the Tate
Just what is it that makes Richard Hamilton so different, so appealing?
The artist gives a rare interview ahead of his Tate Gallery retrospective, weighing in on Pop Art and the Pop revival and the need for quality judgements in art and consumer society