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Undervalued photographers get exposure at Art Basel in Miami Beach

Fair will exhibit works by Jimmy DeSana and Barbara Ess, largely forgotten artists who were contemporaries of Robert Mapplethorpe

At the Morgan Library and Museum, the art of a misfit master revealed

The story of Rick Barton, such as we know it, can only be told thanks to a curator’s detective work and some chance connections

Seasoned radicals but Biennale first-timers: Linda Yablonsky on the women taking Venice by the balls

There are more women than ever in the main show in Venice—and it's both exhilarating and emotional

Behind the scenes in Venice: the gossip, VIPs and unmissable art from our insider Linda Yablonsky

Our art critic with all the best invites describes the "visual feast" that she has been gorging since her arrival in Veneto

Fresh off a $1.7m crypto sale, light sculptor Leo Villareal explains NFTs to my sceptic self

The artist, famous for lighting up bridges across the Thames, tells me how he created his first NFT drop—which sold out within an hour

Dia Beacon presents Joan Jonas’s most magnificent installation to date—and throws in a picnic lunch

Arts foundation in upstate New York is showing three of its newest acquisitions: large-scale multimedia works that span 30 years of the artist's career

Tacita Dean's 'museum-worthy' show at Marian Goodman Gallery kickstarts New York's autumn season with intimate portrait of Luchita Hurtado

Hurtado, who was 99 at the time of the film, spoke to Dean about loss, her 13 cats and a stolen Picasso drawing

A ghost forest and a predator: New York public art grows a conscience

New sculptures in the city by Maya Lin and Sam Durant are not just pretty

A cement factory from Idaho lands in Manhattan for Dia Foundation’s reopening show

A three-part solo show of work by the artist Lucy Raven marks the foundation's reopening in Chelsea, New York, after a two-year renovation

Beauty in the Brutalist beast: a critic's view of the Frick Madison

While the stark presentation of the masterworks creates a revelatory clarity, the exhibition also has a domesticating effect on the Modernist architecture

The Big Review: Goya's Graphic Imagination at the Met

This urgent and timely show of the Spanish master's works on paper illuminates the artist’s dim view of humanity and his extraordinary imagination

The Big Review: Howardena Pindell at The Shed in New York

This survey of the 77-year-old artist's work lulls the viewer with colourful abstraction before tackling its real subject: racial violence

Frieze: the show goes on. Plus, Theaster Gates

It’s Frieze Week in London, yet there’s no big art fair at its heart. Can galleries create the usual excitement—and is anyone still buying?

Hosted by Ben Luke and Linda Yablonsky. with guest speakers Louisa Buck and Melanie Gerlis. Produced by Julia Michalska, David Clack and Aimee Dawson