Category Archive: Interviews

agnès b.

  Agnès Troublé a.k.a agnès b. is a legend. Stylist, artist, photographer, entrepreneur, activist, philanthropist, film director, art collector, curator, creative genius, pioneer, publisher, feminist…? The list could go on and on and on.… Continue reading

Brett Rogers

  Brett Rogers OBE, has been the director of The Photographers’ Gallery in London since 2005. She is widely credited for elevating photography as a prominent art medium in the UK and positioning the… Continue reading

Jérôme Bastianelli

  Jérôme Bastianelli is deputy CEO of the musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac, in Paris. His most recent book Proust et Ruskin, is published by Editions Robert Laffont. A former student of… Continue reading

Axel Rüger

This week, a previously unknown drawing of a landscape of Paris’ Montmartre – the area known as a source of inspiration for many artists – was acknowledged as an authentic work by Dutch… Continue reading


  The first large-scale exhibition in the UK of the work of American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, presented at the Barbican, is sold out and will close on 28 January 2018. It focuses on the… Continue reading

Alessio Antoniolli

  Alessio Antoniolli is the Director of Gasworks and Triangle Network, a non-profit contemporary visual art organisation working at the intersection between UK and international practices and debates, offering studios to artists and… Continue reading

Henry Holland

Fashion designer, former journalist, businessman, creative talent and National Treasure Henry Holland talks to Art is Alive about his beginnings, authenticity, his mentors, and how to succeed in the fashion industry. Where do… Continue reading

Penelope Curtis

  Penelope Curtis took over the exhibition programme and curation of the prestigious Lisbon post of the Gulbenkian Foundation in 2015. The Oxford-University and Courtauld graduate previously worked at Tate Gallery Liverpool when… Continue reading

Alexander S. C. Rower

  Alexander Calder is one of the most acclaimed and influential artists of the twentieth century. Calder’s wide body of work includes paintings, drawings, prints, book illustrations, jewellery, tapestries, and costumes and set… Continue reading

Jennifer Sliwka

  Featuring major loans with prestigious provenances, including Pablo Picasso’s Las Meninas (Infanta Margarita María), Olafur Eliasson’s Room for One Colour, Etienne Moulinneuf’s Back from the Market,  Malevich’s Black Square and many more treasures, ‘Monochrome’,  an exhibition… Continue reading