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The political artist and provocateur is the subject of a captivating exhibition at Hauser & Wirth’s Somerset site
We take you to three creative hubs
An exclusive tour of the gallerists’ new outpost on the tiny island of Isla del Rey
From an excavated cave on a Patagonian island to surreal Saharan watchtowers, Swiss artist Not Vital melds sculpture and architecture to transcendental effect. Now it’s time for a major British show
Sophisticated programming puts cultural offerings from commercial galleries on a par with institutions
At a time when many art collectors chase the same big names, Perlstein’s idiosyncrasies look visionary
The confidence and sophistication of Asia’s contemporary art market increases steadily
Local gallerists put on a show for ‘the only time we have a truly international crowd’
New work by Awol Erizku and Eric Fischl; Hauser & Wirth represents Geta Brātescu
This year’s Biennale comes amid an explosion of gallery openings and exhibitions
The irresistible “Nineties” section cleverly sets the context for many of this year’s offerings
The British artist continues to spin a career out of shallow gestures
Art Basel’s Unlimited sector displays work too large for most fairs. But who collects it?
Shanghai Art Week kicks off; how will the slowdown in China affect art sales?
Works by artists including Eduardo Paolozzi and Damien Hirst are on show along public paths
Vibrant sketches from the greatest names of the 20th century provide an alternative history of modernism
London’s great spectacle of art consumption opens its lavish tents, with the booth itself as a piece of performance art
The French conceptual artist’s media include video, found statuary – and dogs, fish and monkeys
A helicopter tour around a volcano, Hauser & Wirth’s contemporary gallery and Mr and Mrs Pitt’s honeymoon spot
Agents are confident the town’s growing arts scene will have a positive impact on the property market and local economy
For one of the art world’s most powerful figures, rural Somerset represents a surprising – and exciting – departure
India’s best-known contemporary artist gets a major new show
This pairing brings out the grace and rigour of West and the playfulness of the Arp