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How US museums are celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day, from coast to coast

The 27th anniversary of the federal holiday honouring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is being celebrated nationwide through a dynamic series of online and in-person events

Book ClubFeature

Extract | What should we do about paintings with racist titles?

In a new book of cultural essays, the Canadian novelist Esi Edugyan ponders whether we should change offensive names given to art—and what that might say about us

The top art fairs for 2022

Despite the ongoing restrictions due to the pandemic, many art fairs hope to go ahead this year. Here's our pick of the key ones to visit

The most exciting exhibitions around the world in 2022

We take a look at the must-see exhibitions in 2022, including the return of the Venice Biennale and Documenta, blockbuster shows of Donatello and Cézanne, and a sculpture festival for the Qatar World Cup

A brush withInterview

'My work rejects the linear time developed in conventional films': Isaac Julien on Lina Bo Bardi, displaying art and the Italian Renaissance

The British artist and filmmaker on his favourite poets, music and artists on the A brush with… podcast

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NFTBlog

Crypto crochet: digital replica of cardigan worn by pop star Harry Styles auctioned as NFT

The Watermelon Sugar star's knitted garment, designed by JW Anderson, became an internet sensation last year

'Queer art is about pretence, working through shadows, living mainstream culture through a side glance': Pablo Bronstein on architecture, irony and phallic sugar casters

The Argentinian artist tells us about his favourite books, music and artists on the A brush with… podcast

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Confessions of a dealer: Sibylle Friche

We talk to the Chicago-based dealer and director of Document about what keeps her up at night, the spa at the Standard Hotel and dream jobs in the south of France

Confessions of a dealer: Stefan von Bartha

We talk to the Swiss dealer about his love of Argentinian art movements, a culinary catastrophe and why he wants the world to know about Felipe Mujica

Ellie Goulding and Snoop Dogg mix it up in Miami: the latest gossip from Art Basel

Plus, street artist makes works out of Cheetos Puffs and Keith Haring's art pieces for babies

'The power of whiteness rests in its ability to deny its existence': Candice Breitz on placenta, Marcel Broodthaers and Apartheid

The South African artist tells us about her favourite books, music and artists on the A brush with… podcast

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'I depict mundane images because the life of a Black woman is just like any other': Billie Zangewa on anatomy, Kusama and celebrating imperfections

The South African artist tells us about her favourite books, music and artists on the A brush with… podcast

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A brush withInterview

'Humour runs through my work to cope with everything else': Thomas J Price on opera, bleeding tongues and the politics of public statues

The British artist tells us about his favourite books, music and artists on the A brush with… podcast

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Seven ways museums are responding to the climate crisis

We talk to museum innovators around the world who are taking climate action, from the art on the walls to the food on the restaurant menu

PrizesNews

Marina Abramovic receives Spain's most prestigious culture prize

The performance artist was awarded the Princess of Asturias award for the arts (laureate)

DiaryBlog

From a nude dude to poems for the weary: the latest gossip from Frieze London

Plus, Fanny Giquel shares her vape smoke and a new arty eatery

DiaryBlog

A private party with Radiohead and big questions on the big screen: the latest gossip from Frieze London

Plus, Lakwena Maciver plays games at 1-54 art fair and an unsung heroine of Abstract Expressionism get her due

DiaryBlog

The gossip from Frieze London's VIP day: from Gavin Turk's bargain taped banana to a fuzzy felt crime scene

Plus, Dante's divine inspiration and plans for a “new hybrid work, life and art centre” in Brussels

P(art)y people: Princess Beatrice joins the VIP crowds at Frieze London

We took to the fair floor to see who had flocked to the tent to get their art fix

‘The whole of cinema is under threat’: Tacita Dean on vaccinations, Giotto and the future of film

The British moving image artist tells us about her favourite books, music and artists on the A brush with… podcast

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BooksBlog

Five new books on female artists that you should read now

Jacqueline Riding—The Art Newspaper's new Books commissioning editor—gives us her top tips, from important catalogues on artists like Paula Rego to a series of children's books for young art lovers

PrizesNews

Winners of the Russian Art Focus Prize announced at Viennacontemporary

The British journalist Theo Merz won “best publication” and writing collective Agitatsia won “best research paper”

The Lost Leonardo—a thriller-like film on the world’s most expensive painting—opens in the UK on 10 September

The documentary features experts including editor-in-chief of The Art Newspaper, Alison Cole, and editor-at-large Georgina Adam

JobsNews

We're hiring! The Art Newspaper is looking for a US editor to lead our New York office

An exciting opportunity has opened up for a talented art journalist

Glenn LigonInterview

'America is both a shining beacon and the Death Star': Glenn Ligon on Andy Warhol, ambivalence and his Stevie Wonder obsession

The New York-based artist tells us about his favourite books, music and artists on the A brush with… podcast

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'The creative act is inherently dangerous': Alberta Whittle on amnesia, deep bass and the Black Atlantic

The Scottish-Barbadian artist tells us about her favourite books, music and artists on the A brush with… podcast

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