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US politics

Shepard Fairey—creator of famous Obama 'Hope' poster—makes new Time cover image ahead of US election

For first time in 100-year history, magazine replaces logo with the imperative to vote

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Pace Gallery

Talking Heads singer David Byrne sells his quirky quarantine illustrations

The images, known as dingbats, are offered by Pace Gallery in New York for $3,000 each

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Diary

Norman Rockwell Museum teams up with leading cartoon artists to offer some much needed comedic relief

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House of Illustration

House of Illustration closes in King’s Cross but museum expands to historic north London site

The £8m Quentin Blake Centre for Illustration is on track to open in late 2022 despite Covid-19 pandemic, officials say

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Diary

Courtroom artists draw from imagination as the US Supreme Court moves oral arguments online

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Diary

To cut down on travel pollution, Italian Vogue eschews photo shoots in favour of artists' illustrations

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Art Basel in Miami Beach 2019

Illustrations of Cuban caricaturist Conrado Massaguer receive Miami show

Massaguer's astute work mocked figures from both sides of political divide

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Book Shorts

A catalogue of break-throughs in the history of printing and books

Book collects the first illustrations, scores, maps and children's books

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Book Shorts

A collection of Romantic 19th-century German illustrations

Book looks at narrative cycles by Edward von Steinle and Leopold Bode

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Art Basel in Miami Beach

Wolfsonian’s poster show to travel to New York and Germany

Works from Miami institution's collection are by Julius Klinger, master of 20th-century poster design

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Edgar Degas

What's On in London: July '99 to see major Degas show and resurgence of Philpot

Carolyn Sergeant's energised flower studies and Peter Coke's seashell constructions will also receive exposure this month

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Collectors

Subject over style for Italian collectors, as photography continues to be commodity of choice

Works of illustration and Italian genre photography have been market favourites since the seventies

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Exhibitions

Beatrix Potter exhibition review

Tails of archaeology