Interviews

Frank Bowling, photographed in his studio in London in April 2017.

‘My life has always been about painting’

Frank Bowling has been experimenting with paint for six decades – but it still surprises him

1 Jul 2017
Ant Farm at Yang Zhen (Beijing), China (2003–10), Wim Delvoye. Courtesy Studio Wim Delvoye, Belgium

‘The Cloaca are machines, they’re animals, they’re us’

Wim Delvoye discusses merde-making machines, mass production, pig tattoos and Europe’s messy future

29 May 2017

‘Everything I know comes from painting’

The possibilities of paint are inexhaustible, says the German artist Markus Lüpertz

20 May 2017
Mexico City 3 (Zócalo, MUCA/UNAM, 2007), Spencer Tunick

Mass nudity and a decoy magician

How Spencer Tunick turned public nakedness into art – while avoiding the police

19 May 2017
Berengo Studio glassmasters working on a Tony Cragg sculpture, ‘Glasstress 2009’. Courtesy Fondazione Berengo

The man on a mission to re-energise Murano glass

‘Letting Murano glass die is like allowing the Colosseum to collapse’

8 May 2017
Helen and Her Hula-hoop, Lynemouth, Northumberland (1984; negative); (1985; print), Chris Killip. J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. Courtesy the artist.

‘These works resonate in America now’

Chris Killip’s photographs of the north of England are as relevant today as they were 30 years ago

24 Apr 2017
Photo: Andreas Laszlo Konrath; courtesy David Zwirner, New York/London

‘It’s hard to figure out why Giacometti is so good’

Carol Bove on Alberto Giacometti, the Venice Biennale, and being ‘spiritually Swiss’

17 Apr 2017
Jim Dine photographed in his studio in Walla Walla, Washington, USA, in July 2014. Photo: Jason Teffry

Jim Dine’s six-decade experiment

The American artist is a maverick, especially in the world of printmaking

15 Apr 2017
Tim Etchells and Vlatka Horvat in What Can Be Seen at the Millennium Gallery. Image © Museums Sheffield

‘This human act of paying attention’

Tim Etchells and Vlatka Horvat delved into the storerooms of Sheffield’s museums and discovered the joy of curating (also, a platypus)

22 Mar 2017
'TEFAF Curated - La Grande Horizontale' at TEFAF Maastricht 2017. Photo: Harry Heuts

The art of lying down

Penelope Curtis discusses this year’s TEFAF Curated display, ‘La Grande Horizontale’, which explores the theme of the recumbent figure in art

13 Mar 2017