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Judd down home on the ranch

Artist’s foundation hopes to create print museum in Marfa

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Martin Parr

Martin Parr to open centre of documentary photographer in Bristol

Tate’s part purchase of Magnum photographer’s photobook collection allows Parr to emulate Cartier-Bresson

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Exhibitions

Robert Longo takes aim at enemies of free speech

Drawing of aftermath of Copenhagen attack post-Charlie Hebdo goes on show in London

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Lisson Gallery

Richard Long to create epic mud painting for Lisson in the Strand

Gallery's anniversary show in London to include Dan Graham's largest pavilion so far

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Why Olafur Eliasson’s yellow room is coming to London's National Gallery

Visitors will experience monochrome world like the one Medieval monks wanted in “minimalist monasteries”

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Abramovic and Ulay reunite at Louisiana Museum

Performance artists tell Louisiana Channel that they are friends again after epic break-up on Great Wall of China

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Can graphic design save lives?

Wellcome Collection show will focus on designers’ work during times of war and plague

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Richard Deacon fills the Royal Academy’s ‘sculpture ledge’

Works by more than 20 Academicians installed in Sackler Galleries in time for Matisse show

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Hepworth Wakefield wins Art Fund UK Museum of the Year prize

Magnum photographer Martin Parr among leading artists whose solo shows help Yorkshire gallery scoop £100,000 award

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Thomas Campbell on why he stepped down from the Met

Former director says the museum’s plan to rebuild its Modern and contemporary art wing means his successor can attract donations of $50m-plus works 

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Memorial appeals launched to remember Khadija Saye

Donations made to create paid internship plus general fund in memory of Venice Biennale artist who died in London’s Grenfell Tower fire

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Creative workshop is just the job for Venice Biennale

Project helping migrants and refugees would be diminished if it was a sideshow

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Art Basel 2017

Maldives-bound: Aitken’s pavilions

Geometric, mirrored sculptures shine a light on the ocean

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Art Basel 2017

In pictures: Christmas comes early to Art Basel

Gianni Jetzer, the curator of Art Basel’s Unlimited sector, picks six highlights among the large-scale works

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Shout out on social media enables Syrian refugee artist’s bronze to reach London

Alice Al Khatib’s work arrives from Beirut for group show while artist exiled in France

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Artist Eileen Cooper to step down as Keeper of Royal Academy Schools

Chief hanger of the Summer Exhibition, which opens next week, will be succeeded by Rebecca Salter

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Hard Brexit could damage UK’s world-class museums

Leading directors concerned about uncertain status of colleagues who are EU nationals

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Politics

Cornelia Parker wants children to tweet Trump about climate change

Artists, designers, technocrats and fellow starchitects gather to launch Norman Foster’s foundation in Madrid

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Openings

Norman Foster unites his archives and art under one roof

Cristina Iglesias’s sculptural canopy joins Henry Moore reclining figure in Madrid

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Magnum Photos: how it all began 70 years ago

Influential photography co-operative was not founded over a MoMA lunch, curator reveals ahead of series of exhibitions

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Chilean architects win competition to design Qatar’s huge Art Mill gallery

Elemental will convert the waterfront flour mill into an 80,000 sq. m space for exhibitions and storage

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Venice Biennale 2017

Activism is top of Venice Biennale’s agenda

Mark Bradford is among artists using the event to spread humanitarian message

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Venice Biennale 2017

Artists strike a chord as music fills the Venice Biennale

Audio installations and sound sculptures take centre-stage at the 57th International Art Exhibition

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Venice Biennale 2017

'Reinventing the world': Venice Biennale gives older and lesser-known artists their due

Christine Macel’s Viva Arte Viva raises reputations and social awareness

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Steve McQueen gets up close and personal with Lady Liberty in MoMA and Milan

Every fold of fabric and rusty porthole is visible in a film of the American statue

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Venice Biennale 2017

State of the nations: our pick of the Venice Biennale pavilions

Highlights from the Giardini and Arsenale as the art world's biggest event gets underway

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Gill, a great artist but deeply flawed human

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Carsten Höller will play with visitors’ perceptions of new Centro Botín

Other works include Cristina Iglesias’s sculptural piece that flows through Santander park towards Renzo Piano’s building

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Mughal India show to follow ancient China at the Met

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Peter Doig’s lion stars in Parkinson’s charity show

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Asia’s new rich help to cushion global market’s $10bn fall

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Visitor Figures 2016

Visitor figures 2016: Christo helps 1.2 million people to walk on water

While the Whitney breaks the hold of New York’s Met and MoMA

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China show signals Met’s expanding global role

Outgoing director Thomas Campbell built bridges with museums in Asia and Latin America

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Asia’s new rich help cushion global market’s fall, economist Clare McAndrew reports

Art Market 2017 report launched at Art Basel in Hong Kong

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Exhibitions

In pictures: Zaha Hadid's show in Hong Kong

Exhibition at ArtisTree features designs for leisure club that launched Zaha Hadid’s career

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Olafur Eliasson’s Green lights to welcome refugees in Venice and Houston

Proceeds from the sale of the €300 lights, made from recycled materials during the artistic workshops, will help support the project

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Best shows during Art Basel in Hong Kong

Prowl around with Adrian Wong's tiger before singing in a choir at Spring Workshop

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Artists rally to help fight Parkinson’s disease

Sale of works by Peter Doig, Sarah Lucas and Damien Hirst among others will to help fund research into the degenerative condition

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Architecture

How a design for Hong Kong launched Zaha Hadid's career

Drawing on Chinese and Russian art, the late architect’s dramatic images for the Peak, a deluxe leisure club, brought her to international attention

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Watts’s equine sculpture rides again

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Let it pour: Rain Room to stay in Los Angeles

Los Angeles County Museum of Art has acquired the popular interactive installation

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In her own words: Maria Balshaw, new director of Tate

Incoming director picks the art that impressed her the most in 2016

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Politician and historian Tristram Hunt named V&A director

Labour MP makes surprise career change to leave Westminster for top job at South Kensington museum

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Louvre attendance falls as tourists stay away from Paris

In wake of terrorist attacks the number of visitors drops to 7.3 million<br>

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Three to see: London

From the feminist avant-garde works collected by an Austrian electrical company to the Aussie Impressionists inspired by Monet<br> <br>

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Zaha Hadid’s dynamic paintings go on show in London

Serpentine Galleries show visionary designs and drawings along with virtual reality experience

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Report

Top art stories from a memorable 2016

What's next for culture after a seismic year?

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Exhibitions

MoMA to celebrate East Village’s Club 57

An exhibition on the former nightclub-cum-alternative space in the basement of a Polish church is planned for October 2017

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Fairs

Young artist and architect picked for Antarctic voyage

The interdisciplinary biennial is due to set sail in March 2017

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Fairs

Sales Points: Art Basel in Miami Beach

A look at what has sold at the fair so far

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Fairs

Rauschenberg’s legacy lives on at Art Basel in Miami Beach

As a survey on the US artist opens at Tate Modern, there is no shortage of works inspired by his "Combines" at the fair

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Fairs

Space Oddity on Collins Avenue

Nicholas Baume, curator of Art Basel in Miami Beach's Public art section, on what he says is his most classical presentation yet

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Politics

President Trump: the knowns and unknowns

First reactions to property tycoon’s election to the White House and what it could mean for the arts

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Modern-day Monuments Men wanted by the British Army

UK military draws up plans for specialist unit to protect cultural heritage in war zones

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Exhibitions

Berlin forced to postpone show of Tehran's Modern art

Paintings by Pollock and Bacon among 60 works Iran due to lend

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Exhibitions

Three to see: London

Cheer yourself up after Kiefer's Walhalla with Turk's delights in Vauxhall

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Take a peek into Lacma’s future

Peter Zumthor’s ambitious design aims to eliminate traditional hierarchies and evoke “a walk in the woods”

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Artists express dismay at Donald Trump’s US election victory

Billionaire political outsider has few supporters in the art world

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Obituaries

Giles Waterfield, the director who modernised Dulwich Picture Gallery, has died

Art historian, independent curator and lecturer, he wrote eruditely and amusingly about museums

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Tribute to the man who brought high design to the London underground

Artists Langlands &amp; Bell unveil installation in Piccadilly Circus station that honours Frank Pick

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Helsinki considers plan C to build Guggenheim

Private funding increased as US-based foundation cuts its fee by $10m

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Turner Contemporary gives ‘brand Margate’ much-needed boost

Nearly half of visitors to faded seaside resort in south east of England come to see the gallery, research reveals

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Modernism goes Latin American at MoMA

Collectors’ gift is part of wider trend in US museums as they redefine American art

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International tour planned for Zaha Hadid exhibitions

Late architect's memorial service held in London, the city where foundation plans to keep her archive

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What kind of director will succeed Nicholas Serota?

As Tate’s trustees shortlist candidates, fundraising gap for Tate Modern narrowed by £10m<br>

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Art fairs

In pictures: Frieze Masters

The leading British artist Cornelia Parker picks six standout works from the fair

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Art fairs

Mad about the (bad) grirl

Portia Munson's feminist work is the talk of Frieze London

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Art fairs

American art goes beyond the US border

There’s no Trump-style wall at Frieze to divide artists from across the continent

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Random International helps travellers catch last train from Chemnitz

Rain Room creators’ first permanent public installation animates German railway station

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Contemporary art

Artists give back to Camden Arts Centre with auction

Artists donate works for a Christie’s charity sale to support the centre’s Artists for Artists fund

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Contemporary art

Race to save Cornelia Parker’s Met sculpture

PsychoBarn offered as gift to US institutions but time running out to avoid New York skip

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PAD fair returns to London's Berkeley Square with tribute to Zaha Hadid

Late architect and designer a longstanding supporter of fair and jury president

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Rauschenberg first, Kelley next? More foundations may ease image restrictions

Mike Kelley Foundation considering free reuse for non-profits

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Exhibitions

The pay-what-you-can Turner Prize show opens

Artist Michael Dean makes the pennies count while Anthea Hamilton hits a bum note—in a good way&nbsp; <br>

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Mike Kelley Foundation could follow Rauschenberg’s lead over image copyright

How to support scholarship among hot topics at Berlin conference on keeping artists’ names alive