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Louisa Buck

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Turner Prize shocker: what next? Plus, Teresita Fernández in Miami

We talk to Louisa Buck about the decision to award the Turner Prize to all of the nominees. Plus, Miami-born artist Teresita Fernández tells us about her homecoming show at Pérez Art Museum Miami. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793

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Gavin Turk gives a load of bull at the Christmas Art Car Boot Fair

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Turner Prize

Could the joint win sound the death knell for the Turner Prize?

Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo and Tai Shani's decision to share the prize reflects the collective nature of their work, but how this could impact the future of the award remains to be seen

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House of Voltaire's naked Christmas tree brings new meaning to a 'festive bush'

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Nan Goldin brings her empathy and activism to London

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Anselm Kiefer interview. Plus, New York auction 'gigaweek'

We talk to German artist Anselm Kiefer about his new works inspired by String Theory and ask expert Scott Reyburn why the art market is treading water. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793

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'Welcome to the shitshow': Jeremy Deller's new film delves into the dark underbelly of Brexit

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Steve McQueen's epic primary school portrait series unveiled at Tate Britain

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Grassroots band of locals organise a squat to protect Gerry's Pompeii

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Art world fights to preserve former gardener's fantastical kingdom of historic figures

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Sue Webster unveils new installation and book inspired by her Siouxie Sioux-obsessed teenage years

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Feminist trailblazer Caroline Coon finally receives her dues at London's Tramps gallery

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Pantyhose and an inflatable Tina prove Margate's cultural clout extends beyond Turner Prize

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Jennifer Binnie and Andrew Logan unite once more for collaborative London show

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Frieze week: Ai Weiwei, Mark Bradford, Peter Doig, Melanie Gerlis, Hettie Judah

In this bumper edition we interview three of the world's leading artists, all of whom have shows timed to coincide with Frieze in London, plus all the latest news from the fair

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Climate Change

A sustainable art world: greenwash or genuine commitment?

Frieze has long prided itself on its eco-credentials, but these small gestures are negligible in the face of the planet's immediate climate crisis

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Frieze London 2019

Elizabeth Peyton on Kurt Cobain, the Twilight films and painting a museum director in his shorts

In her new solo show at London's National Portrait Gallery, the artist connects the past with the present

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Exhibitions

High tension: metal guru Antony Gormley pushes the limits for Royal Academy show

London exhibition tells a complex story of body, space and boundaries

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The Insiders

Throwing open the gallery doors: the art world darlings keeping it real

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Inflatable Trump and a singing Sophie Jung: Matt's Gallery turns 40

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Rozzers and Rastas: Denzil Forrester unveils Brixton underground station commission

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Maurizio Cattelan

'Art's most high-profile provocateur' Maurizio Cattelan on his new Blenheim Palace show

Known for this dangling horse and gold toilet, the Italian artist's exhibition is in the unlikely setting of Winston Churchill's birthplace

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Canoodling Calypsos and colonial critiques at opening of David Zwirner's new Caribbean show

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'Force of nature': art world pays tribute to late dealer Karsten Schubert

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In the carnival groove: Georgia Lucas-Going gets everybody going at London’s Emalin gallery

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Ceramicist Magdalene Odundo shines in solo Sainsbury Centre show

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Gender-bending 1980s muse paints the town Scarlett at Liverpool show opening

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Ackroyd & Harvey unveil 52 Beuysian oaks in centre of London as Tate declares climate emergency

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It's a dog-eat-dog art world: London show features canine-themed works chosen by cultured pooches

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This Charming Clan: London’s Marlborough shows 35 artists with the last name Smith

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Tantric shows and couture gowns: Penny Slinger steps into the spotlight

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The Brexit Bunch: fake Farage and counterfeit Corbyn attend the Malekis' pro-EU party

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Love is in the air at the Art Car Boot Fair

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Bruce McLean's cinematic 'cardboard catastrophe' opens at London's Coronet Theatre

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The aerodrome: Michael Stanley remembered at Ikon Gallery

The show is loosely structured around Rex Warner's eponymous novel and co-curated by George Shaw and David Austen

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The gadflies and the gifted: Johnny Dewe Matthews and Andrew Logan at Roche Court

Johnny Dewe Mathews on his exhibition of 1970s photographs at New Art Centre

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Rikrit Tiravanija offers cups of sake and space for contemplation at the ICA

“Everything is moving so fast, we need to pause. Here you can do just that with a beautiful glass of sake and a nice comfortable chair.”

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Great artists steal: Alvaro Barrington's new show reveals eclectic range of influences

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Faith Ringgold

Faith Ringgold discusses civil rights and children's books in solo London show

Acclaimed for her paintings and quilts, which weave in stories of the Civil Rights movement from a black female perspective, Faith Ringgold is about to open a solo show at the Serpentine Gallery, London—her first in a European institution.

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Linder goes 'au naturel' for erotic Tuscan exhibition

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Peckham's Pride: Bold Tendencies opens new season with a snaking sewage system and growling cars

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Bodily references and plenty of Bourgeois: Ursula Hauser's collection goes on show at all female exhibition in Somerset

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Margate gains another star: Carl Freedman opens up new seaside gallery

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Do Ho Suh brings Korean tradition to London's Victoria Miro gallery

London-based artist hosts "artist's table" fundraiser for Contemporary Art Society

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Bernard-Henri Lévy makes poetic plea for European solidarity at Thaddaeus Ropac

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Block Universe launches with reflective performance by Sophie Jung

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Venice diary: Prouvost hypnotises and Bonami returns to painterly roots

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Venice Biennale 2019

Made in Britain: what to expect from the British, Scottish and Welsh Pavilions

Cathy Wilkes, Charlotte Prodger and Sean Edwards are all showing new work at the 2019 Venice Biennale

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Sea shanties and sartorial stripes for Peer's nautical shindig honouring Jenni Lomax

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Denzil Forrester's new London retrospective offers zingy blast from the parties of the past

Artist's works from last four decades bring London’s reggae and dub club scene back to life at Stephen Friedman Gallery

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Fashion meets art as Casa Loewe launches on New Bond Street

Museum directors mixed with fashionistas last night

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Gavin Turk takes his eggs giant and bronze at Somerset House ovular unveiling

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Three to see

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From Hito Steyerl’s powerful critiques at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery to Rembrandt and friends at Gagosian Gallery

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William Eggleston's signature and style draws London crowds to David Zwirner

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Boisterous behaviour and a spot of telepathy at Arts Club Quiz fundraiser

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Oscar Murillo remembers late friend Okwui Enwezor in Kettle's Yard exhibition

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Exhibitions

Lismore Castle serves up a rich palimpsest of themes for new show

Irish home of the Dukes of Devonshire is grand backdrop to works by Martine Syms, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and Nicole Eisenman, among others

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Diary

Antony Gormley's maiden VR voyage blasts off to the moon

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Green horsewoman of the environmental apocalypse declare climate emergency at Tate

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Florence Peake returns to earthy elements for empathetic exhibition at Bosse & Baum

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Mark Wallinger's new sculpture turns the world upside down

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Medieval mummery meets contemporary camp in Paul Kindersley's colourful performance at Selfridges

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Powerful, political and pungent: Mike Nelson's Tate Britain commission

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Praise and plaudits for Studio Voltaire as it gears up for major expansion

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Three to see

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From the collaborative creations of the Chicago Imagists at Goldsmiths CCA to the reopening of John Soane's Pitzhanger Manor

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Victoria Beckham and Kate Moss among star-studded guest-list at London National Portrait Gallery gala

The 450-strong guest list spanned fashion royalty in the form of Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss, to actual royalty from Princess Beatrice to the Duchess of Cambridge, who is an NPG patron

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Anthea Hamilton spreads her digitally printed wings at new Thomas Dane exhibition

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Hew Locke discusses monarchy and model boats in new survey show at Ikon Gallery

As a major exhibition opens in Birmingham, the British artist discusses how growing up in Guyana has ensured that maritime themes are in his DNA

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Martin Parr photographs patriots, partygoers and Perrys alike in new survey show at London's National Portrait Gallery

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Andy Holden: friends, family and the Cartoon Laws of Motion at London's Cinema Museum

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A gloomy Brittania and a tribute to gay Russian clubbing—political commentary abounds at Drawing Room biennial

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Sarah Lucas puts egg, cement and breezeblocks on the face of Tate Modern's Franz West show

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Patti sings 'Because the night belongs to Annie'

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Diary

Get lost in the myths and mazes of Large Glass's labyrinthine show

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Tracey Emin makes her mark with marvellously monumental bronzes at White Cube