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The secret of Warhol’s smiles

The pop artist’s singular love of lips is the focus of a new exhibition on now at New York's Danziger gallery
The secret of Warhol’s smiles

How Shia LaBeouf and two art school graduates made the definitive Trump protest artwork

Brad Pitt may have warned Shia LaBeouf off the art world but the star has found power in artistic collaboration How Shia LaBeouf and two art school graduates made the definitive Trump protest artwork

What was it with Jean Dubuffet and Brown?

The Art Brut founder would visit flea markets in order to immerse himself in the 'bituminous and soiled
brown colours of mankind' - but how did he go about making these colours come to life on the canvas?
What was it with Jean Dubuffet and Brown?

Lewis Carroll - Pre-Raphaelite photographer

On his birthday, why we should regard the author’s photos not as cultural curios, but as Victorian artworld artifacts Lewis Carroll - Pre-Raphaelite photographer

Christo cancels river project over Trump election

'The federal government is our landlord,' says the artist. 'And I can’t do a project that benefits this landlord.' Christo cancels river project over Trump election

Take a look at the private work tools of Pollock, Rauschenberg, Noguchi, Judd, Calder and Albers

Here's how Nicholas Calcott photographed the personal effects of some of the 20th century's most famous artists Take a look at the private work tools of Pollock, Rauschenberg, Noguchi, Judd, Calder and Albers

The art found down the back of Freud’s couch

Photographers Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin examine the famous psychoanalyst’s sofa in a new show The art found down the back of Freud’s couch

Women artists get a room at Sadie Coles

London gallery’s new show looks at how a wide array of women artists interpret the domestic space Women artists get a room at Sadie Coles

What's inside The Gallery of Everything?

Founder James Brett on the steady rise of private artists and how he's helping write an entire new art history What's inside The Gallery of Everything?

How prison made Isamu Noguchi a true modernist

A new exhibition at the Noguchi Museum examines the artist's time as a voluntary prisoner in WWII America How prison made Isamu Noguchi a true modernist

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