The 16th-century Zabalaga farmhouse of Chillida Leku, Hernani.

How Eduardo Chillida carved out a place for himself

The reopening of the sculptor’s museum in the Basque Country allows visitors to encounter his works in their intended home

23 Jul 2019
Sandra Drew, Maryrose Sinn and Caroline Douglas outside Drew Gallery, 1986

Retrospectives are no longer just for artists – galleries are getting in on the game

A show exploring the legacy of Drew Gallery Projects in Canterbury is part of a wider recent trend

30 May 2019
Iceberg Hits (2018), Eva Rothschild.

‘My sculptures don’t exist in a vacuum’

Eva Rothschild talks about her work and influences – from minimalism to Ireland’s coastal landscapes

5 Apr 2018
CONDO 2018

A warm welcome for out-of-town guests at Condo 2018

The gallery-sharing initiative’s third edition provides a hopeful model for collaboration and creativity

25 Jan 2018
'Come Fresh Hell or Fresh Hell Water', installation view at Blain|Southern, London, 2017. Courtesy the artist and Blain|Southern. Photo: Richard Eaton

The slippery charms of Sophie Jung

The artist’s weird, witty sculptures refuse to let us fix their meaning

19 Dec 2017