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Meet the artists pulling together new narratives about gender, identity and race
The Italian artist is filling Aspen with polar cubs, and bringing the LOLs to Louis Vuitton
Autumn is a reminder of the world’s rhythms of birth, death, regeneration and renewal
Monumental pieces burst out of the usual confines and, curator Giovanni Carmine claims, provide ‘a mirror of the art world’
There is now strong commercial interest in high-tech art installations
The Argentine artist uses her deep engagement with the cultural form to explore the boundaries of being human
The Franco-Canadian tackles today’s questions of identity and justice by looking at resonant episodes from the past
As Art Basel opens, the Beyeler highlights artists from Berthe Morisot to Cindy Sherman who shatter preconceptions
With a business model which includes jetting off to global art fairs, the industry is facing a reckoning over its environmental harm
The art fair’s 51st edition will have 272 exhibitors and a more local feel
The German art-lover discusses his collection of ancient sculpture and contemporary art housed in a wartime bunker
Exhibitors welcome return of fairs; Edel Assanti gallery doubles up; Raducanu brings it home — for Frieze’s owner
The TV channel’s director talks about catering to fans of Wagner and Iron Maiden — and a show that will create a new work of art
He taught John Galliano to draw – now his own work is taking centre stage
The textile designer has lived her life surrounded by an eclectic, eccentric collection of pottery
The British artist wants to wrongfoot visitors to her new show and says awards are ‘dangerous’
It grounds us and gives us a sense of belonging and direction. What happens when it’s gone?
A new exhibition explores the pop artist and the enduring appeal of the instant print
Hockney garden pic hits the block; Art Basel creates ‘solidarity fund’ for dealers; Manhattan gallery marks 9/11
Dealers are hiring again and collectors are spending more, according to economist Clare McAndrew
Documentary tells the remarkable story behind the discovery and sale of ‘Salvator Mundi’
The accessibility advocate admires Telfar, knits for Alessandro Michele and recommends therapy for all
A profile of the late artist’s horse paintings at Gray gallery in Chicago has elemental force
A conversation between the Iranian-born photographer and film-maker, and her longtime friend, artist Isaac Julien
Five acclaimed artists pick one photograph that has moved them or shaped their career