Florence Hutchings Interview – “I once made this purple and green painting and was thinking to myself ‘I wonder why I picked those colours’, only later did I notice I was wearing both those colours in my outfit.”

London based artist Florence Hutchings recently sat down with art historian, writer and curator Hector Campbell to discuss her prolific sketching of the everyday, her playful use of colour and scale, and her adoption of domesticity as her principal subject matter, as well as her upcoming solo exhibition, The Doors of Perception, with Delphian Gallery in Paris

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India Nielsen Interview – “I see each work as a living avatar that I must feed with energy to survive, except here they run on emotion rather than electricity as their fuel.”

London based artist India Nielsen recently sat down Hector Campbell to discuss her use of visual and artistic sampling , her interest in language and use of text, how she employs writing in her painting practice and her current two-person exhibition, RedivideR with Yulia Iosilzon.

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Xiuching Tsay Interview – “I always lay the sun or the moon on a canvas first, as if it is my guide for the painting journey.”

Thailand born, London based artist Xiuching Tsay recently sat down with art historian, writer and curator Hector Campbell to discuss her undergraduate study of Fashion Illustration, the evolution of her painting practice, her fascination with water and her current exhibition A Haze in Their Gaze at Daniel Benjamin Gallery in London, which runs until December 14th.

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Yulia Iosilzon Interview – “I can’t fully describe how I feel when I enter the transparent painting. It feels very different from painting on canvas. There’s always a way back.”

Israeli born, London based artist Yulia Iosilzon recently sat down with art historian, writer and curator Hector Campbell to discuss how her sculptural background influences her paintings, her exploration of colour and narrative, and her current exhibition Paradeisos at Carvalho Park in New York

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I just thought, I’m going to strip everything back to the mundane. Religion, Sperm, Orgasms, the iPhone.

British artist Richie Culver recently sat down with art historian, writer and curator Hector Campbell to discuss his unique combination of text and image, his recent social-media storm surrounding a particularly polarising painting, and the work he has made for ‘Full English’, a group exhibition at Platform Southwark

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