Secretive North Korean artist’s show cancelled in Beijing

Sun Mu’s controversial political works inspired by propaganda imagery may have been censored

Published online: 19 August 2014

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Chinese artist’s ark of sick animals pulls into Shanghai

Cai Guo-Qiang’s show at the Power Station of Art focuses on environmental issues

Published online: 08 August 2014

Turkey picks Sarkis for 2015 Venice Biennale

The Istanbul-born, Paris-based artist is the first to show work in the new pavilion

Published online: 05 August 2014

Leading Saudi artist focuses on the modernisation of Mecca and Jerusalem

Ahmed Mater to consider “uneasy fit” between architecture and social realities in the Middle East

Published online: 30 July 2014

Zero Group artist Otto Piene dies aged 86

German artist's exhibition has just opened at Berlin's Neue Nationalgalerie

Published online: 18 July 2014

Giuseppe Penone and Steven Holl among winners of top Japanese art prize

Praemium Imperiale Awards given annually to artists and arts organisations for lifetime achievement

Published online: 18 July 2014


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