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Wolfgang Tillmans is working on a World War II Requiem
The photo artist has teamed up with ENO to stage a production of a Benjamin Britten choral masterpiece
Published: Friday, 11 May 2018
How, after death, Hokusai changed art history
On the anniversary of Hokusai’s death, we look at how his work altered the course of Western art
Published: Thursday, 10 May 2018
De Kooning's great, late period tops Christie’s sale
Unfairly criticised when it was exhibited 20 years ago, Untitled XIX went for a cool $14m at auction this week
Published: Thursday, 10 May 2018
Chris Noey and Hank Willis Thomas do Bottega Veneta in style
The artist and The Artist Project founder were on fine form at our canapé reception in New York on Tuesday!
Published: Thursday, 10 May 2018
Where in the world is this ghostly Klimt portrait?
Scholar and sleuth Noah Charney takes us on the hunt for lost, stolen and destroyed art in The Museum of Lost Art
Published: Wednesday, 9 May 2018
The incredibly imaginative world of Frank Stella's prints
New Princeton show reveals how Stella threw every reproductive process known to art into his printmaking
Published: Tuesday, 8 May 2018
The British camera that helped Winslow Homer capture the US
A new show looks at how Homer's first camera, made in England, helped the American artist loosen up
Published: Monday, 7 May 2018
Can you spot an Anish Kapoor among these record sleeves?
Secret 7", the art, music and charity show, returns to London this summer with another sale of fine-art singles
Published: Friday, 4 May 2018
How Tina Barney pictures great artists
Frieze visitors get a closer look at Barney's remarkably intimate images of the world's greatest artists
Published: Friday, 4 May 2018
Isn't this the perfect crown for Tomi Ungerer!
The French-born artist was made an honorary member of his adoptive nation’s guild in Dublin this week
Published: Thursday, 3 May 2018
The New Museum is heading to London
One of our favourite New York art institutions will host its first UK show at The Store during Frieze week in October
Published: Thursday, 3 May 2018
Frieze New York goes back to the Eighties
2018 gallerists go back three decades, courtesy of work by Richard Prince, David Byrne and David Sedaris
Published: Wednesday, 2 May 2018
How Marlene Dumas sees Venus and Adonis
The artist’s new show offers a contemporary, explicit take on Shakespeare’s version of the classical myth
Published: Tuesday, 1 May 2018


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