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Learn more about Korean art with these new books

The Korea Arts Management Service supports a wide range of publications aimed to increase and deepen knowledge of Korean art. Here are some books that have been recently published or are due to be released this year

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The best Korean exhibitions and biennales to visit this year

As Korean art and culture is sweeping the world, here are some upcoming events that are worth visiting

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'Regret when collecting stems from missing out on monetary gain': artist Dominic Chambers on the art he buys

The painter, who features in a major Black figurative painting survey at the Kunstmuseum Basel, discusses his growing collection

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The art of presenting—TV anchor David Dimbleby turns his hand to curating

Broadcaster and his daughter select works by artists such as Barbara Hepworth and Elisabeth Frink

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Tracey Emin, who made that bed, is made a dame

Other recipients in King Charles III’s birthday honours include the philanthropist Hannah Rothschild and sculptor Andrew Logan

Art Basel diary: arty eating, the joy of sobriety and desperately seeking eternal life

Plus our very own undercover gallerist gives us the lowdown from behind the scenes

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Mother of art patron Dasha Zhukova becomes the fifth Mrs Rupert Murdoch

Elena Zhukova, a former molecular biologist, married the billionaire media mogul on 1 June

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Did Delacroix take a Liberty? New book discusses how 19th-century artist boobed

Sarah Thornton's new publication—Tits Up: What Our Beliefs About Breasts Reveal About Life, Love, Sex and Society—ponders on bosoms in (art) history

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Yayoi Kusama London summer bonanza with new Elizabeth Line work and a Royal Parks pumpkin sculpture

A new Infinity Room will also go on show at Victoria Miro gallery in the autumn

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Artists embrace Studio Voltaire’s big birthday (whisper it—30)

The not-for-profit art space in south London has been pivotal for artists such as Phyllida Barlow and Charlotte Prodger

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Artists celebrate Taylor Swift in Liverpool’s Taylor Town

Art path around the city features 11 art installations representing the singer's albums

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(Another) royal portrait unveiled—Kate Middleton cover image goes viral

Polarising Tatler cover image of the Princess of Wales was created by Hannah Uzor

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Julian Assange miniature goes on show (unofficially) at the V&A

Hand-painted portraits of the WikiLeaks founder and his wife Stella were smuggled into a display case at the London museum in April

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A royal in red—King Charles III portrait unveiled

The work by Jonathan Yeo shows Charles wearing the uniform of the Welsh Guards

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Sit on a sponsor? Maybe after visiting a sweeping show of British still lifes

A sofa company is supporting a new exhibition of Modern and contemporary still lifes at Pallant House Gallery in Chichester, southern England

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Jane Fonda and Larry Gagosian work it for the planet

The Oscar-winning actress and the art dealer have teamed up to support California's fight against oil drilling

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Seeing the light: Caravaggio steals the Netflix show Ripley

The Baroque bad boy plays a leading role in a new adaptation of The Talented Mr Ripley

Partnerships and Fairs Coordinator, London office

The Art Newspaper is looking for a dynamic and strategic Partnerships and Fairs Coordinator to join its London team

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Proud mum Madonna drops in on son Rocco’s Miami show

His "Pack a Punch" paintings are inspired by Thai boxers

We're hiring! Ad Sales Manager—digital platforms

The Art Newspaper is looking for an enthusiastic candidate to join its commercial team

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Museum employee hangs his own art in Munich institution—and gets the chop

Budding artist surreptitiously displayed his work alongside art by Andy Warhol

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Booker prizewinner Bernardine Evaristo applauds photographer Ingrid Pollard

Hasselblad award comes with a hefty prize pot and a show at the Hasselblad Center in Gothenburg

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The business of Basquiat—Taylor Swift's beau produces new documentary while Gagosian shows LA works

Travis Kelce, the American football star who plays for the Kansas City Chiefs, is making a programme about the late street artist

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The show to see in Venice with your bosom buddy

Exhibition 'celebrates the iconography and symbolism of breasts', with works by Cindy Sherman, Robert Mapplethorpe, Marcel Duchamp and Laure Prouvost