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Interview: Lee Cheshire on 'Key Moments in Art'

31 Jul, 2019

We sat down with Lee Cheshire, author of 'Key Moments in Art' to find out what makes good accessible art writing.

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In this video David Hockney and Martin Gayford, co-authors of 'A History of Pictures', talk about art history from Caravaggio to Pinocchio.

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Interview: Eamonn Doyle on 'Made In Dublin'

13 Jun, 2019

Eamonn Doyle on urban experience, encounters with strangers and finding artistic expression close to home.

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Amy Dempsey's guide to surrealism

04 Jun, 2019

There's more to this movement than melted clocks and bowler hats. We sat down with 'Surrealism' author Amy Dempsey to discuss one of the most popular art movements of the 20th century.

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Interview: Susan Woodford's Guide to Enjoying Art

10 Apr, 2019

When it comes to looking at pictures, where do you start? This is the question that Susan Woodford answers with deft candour in her ‘Art Essentials’ title, 'Looking at Pictures'. We sat down with Susan to discuss what people ‘need to know’ to enjoy art.

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Roger Ballen sat down with us to discuss his inspirations and the evolution of his aesthetic over the last 50 years.

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The historically hidden world of women in art

29 Mar, 2019

We spoke to Flavia Frigeri, author of 'Women Artists', about women's often overlooked contribution to art.

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Interview: Cold War Steve

09 Mar, 2019

Cold War Steve has been acclaimed as the 'Brexit Bruegel' and 'a modern-day Hogarth'. His Twitter feed of satirical photo collages has become a cult phenomenon and is now available in book form. We sat down for a chat with the man behind 'Cold War Steve Presents…The Festival of Brexit'.

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Interview: Anja Niemi gets in character

13 Feb, 2019

'My stories usually start with a character. I begin with collecting her belongings – clothes, objects, accessories, wigs.' Anja Niemi takes us behind the scenes of her intricate photo narratives.

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Interview: Nick Brandt's First Colour Monograph

06 Feb, 2019

'It is better to be angry and active than angry and passive.' On the launch of his ambitious new series, 'This Empty World', photographer Nick Brandt talks to Thames & Hudson about apathy, 'environmental Armageddon', and why he chose to work in colour for the first time.

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