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Protest art

Barbara Kruger’s 'Your Body is a Battleground' poster appears in Poland as protests flare up over abortion ban

Graphic work was last shown in the country nearly 30 years ago when women’s rights were also under attack

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Three to see

Three online shows to see this weekend

From a sweeping survey of Kandinsky to a provocative show on the present day experience of Native American communities

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Three to see

Three online shows to see this weekend

From a documentary on pioneering queer artist David Wojnarowicz to a survey of Barbara Kruger's pertinent Question installations

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Exhibitions

Artists and projects announced for first Art Basel Cities Week in Buenos Aires

September event marks end of first year of the initiative overseen by Cecilia Alemani, the director of High Line Art, New York

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Performance art

Barbara Kruger to stage first live performance for New York’s Performa festival

The work Untitled (The Drop) will take place on three consecutive Thursdays in November

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News from London: Kruger’s talking chess set, Hirst goes to Hollywood, and Duran Duran show their sweet tooth

Also featuring parenting tips from Emin and Tate's spiritually uplifting cabaret

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Kruger's lifetime achievement award a little less luminous

Disappointment taints her upcoming Golden Lion award

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Law

Barbara Kruger case: Art trumps right to privacy

A US Federal court has thrown out the case against artist Barbara Kruger for her appropriation of a 1960 photo, and against the Whitney Museum and LA MoCA for selling goods reproducing the offending image

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New York

What's on in NYC: Barbara Kruger’s return and Ana Mendieta’s hirsute visions

Plus two offbeat takes on Abstract Expressionism

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New York

What's on in New York: Art after dark and pregnant men in bus shelters, waterpurifying inventions and early studio pots

That is: Barbara Kruger, Helen and Newton Harrison, and George Ohr

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British Art

What's on in New York: The British are here

As well as Hoffmann, Kruger, Sultan, Koons, Klein and Kandinsky