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The infancy of Pop Art on show at the LA Museum of Contemporary Art

Exploring the early works of Johns, Rauschenberg, Warhol and the young masters of Pop

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What's on in London: Jacklin at Marlborough and Oxford’s MoMA

Scully is centrepiece of Cork Street’s Open Weekend


Obituary for Edward Warburg

The patron of the arts died aged 84

First American Basquiat retrospective to be held at the Whitney

Whitney director, David Ross, gambles on his political correctness

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Just what is it that makes Richard Hamilton so different, so appealing?

The artist gives a rare interview ahead of his Tate Gallery retrospective, weighing in on Pop Art and the Pop revival and the need for quality judgements in art and consumer society

Salvaging 1950s Rauschenberg: The artist's early work goes on show in San Fransisco

This exhibition recovers missing works and provides clues for his development


"New Displays" at the Tate Gallery makes special rooms for Joseph Beuys and Rebecca Horn

Important loans include portraits by Hogarth and Gainsborough and five landscapes by Constable

William S. Paley’s remarkable collection revealed in exhibition at MoMA

Bequest of modern paintings and sculpture to tour American cities


Jane Kallir mounts timely investigation into censorship of modern art

Exhibition gives historical context to denunciation of Mapplethorpe and Serrano

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Contemporary sale report: School of London resilient in contemporary art auctions

Francis Bacon’s “Pope” fetches top price at Sotheby’s


Anish Kapoor wins Turner Prize

The three other artists on the short list were Ian Davenport, Fiona Rae and Rachel Whiteread

Reflections on the Richter exhibition

Leading German artist showing at the Tate comments on his work

Gerhard Richter survey at the Tate Gallery

Nick Serota launches into a new policy towards international contemporary art

Charles Saatchi: the man and the market. The Art Newspaper was given access to the Saatchi archive to chart the transformations of this world famous collector’s taste

As “Sensation!”, the exhibition of the Saatchi collection of young British art, opens at the Royal Academy we ask what drives Saatchi to buy, and risk, so much

As Charles Saatchi's collection of young British art opens at the Royal Academy, we ask what drives the collector to buy, and risk, so much

The Art Newspaper was given access to the Saatchi archive to chart the transformations of this world famous collector’s taste