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The duo bringing Baldessari and lolcats.com to Arles

French artists Mazaccio & Drowilal say their exhibition Wildstyle will serve as a safari into unnatural imagery The duo bringing Baldessari and lolcats.com to Arles

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Does Jeff Koons still have the power to shock us?

Eileen Costello, author of our Brice Marden book, wonders whether the artist is still interested in dividing opinion Does Jeff Koons still have the power to shock us?

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Why does Zach Lieberman's piano play the radio?

New York digital artist explains his Google-commissioned exhibit - inspired by the music in a yellow cab Why does Zach Lieberman's piano play the radio?

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Understanding David Smith’s Circles

A new US show of the artist’s key set of works allows gallery-goers a chance to reassess his circular works Understanding David Smith’s Circles

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Why Ciril Jazbec is On Thin Ice

The brightest young photojournalist at Arles says his lifelong work will be an encapsulation of climate change Why Ciril Jazbec is On Thin Ice

2 weeks ago / Photography Agenda


Ai Weiwei's Native American installation

Chinese artist responds to New Mexico commission with a work recalling his own exile in a similar landscape Ai Weiwei's Native American installation

2 weeks ago / Art Agenda


Kengo Kuma rolls out the barrel in Tokyo

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