Interview

Artists Beatriz González and Amalia Pica discuss painting, curating, activism and identity 

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An interview with Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory, on new ways for art institutions to work

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From non-art to art and back again: on the eve of a major Jim Shaw and Mike Kelley show, an interview with the director of the MSU Broad

Fifty years after its first outing, the artist reprises his legendary Walking Sculpture performance in the US

Founders of the Book Society in Seoul, Helen Ku and Lim Kyung Yong, talk about the origins of their bookshop and publishing house

Roni Horn, Untitled from the series 'Still Water (The River Thames, For Example)', 1999, lithograph on paper, 77 x 105 cm. Courtesy: American Acquisitions Committee 2005 © Tate, London 2017

Q: What do you like the look of? A: Water, always, in any weather. Calm, stormy, in the morning, at sunset, even at night.

Untitled, 2017. Courtesy and photograph: William Forsythe

Q: What do you wish you knew? A: ‘Why I find vacuuming the house so oddly gratifying.’

An interview with Barry Miles, the co-founder of ’60s underground newspaper International Times

  

With a solo presentation at Frieze London, Melvin Edwards discusses symbols, self-expression and his work in the Tate’s ‘Soul of a Nation’ show

Q: What do you like the look of? A: Art that does not look like art

Johann König. Photograph: Lukas Gansterer

The Berlin dealer discusses plans for his new London space, König Archive & Souvenir

'Live in Your Head: When Attitudes Become Form', 2013. Installation views at Fondazione Prada, Venice. Courtesy: Fondazione Prada, Venice; photograph: Attilio Maranzano

Osei Bonsu talks to curator Germano Celant about the enduring relevance of the Italian art movement, Arte Povera – a term he coined 50 years ago