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From TikTok to taxis—Barbara Kruger makes her mark in London

US artist's famous maxims grace London's famous black cabs


Cover up—UK ministerial portfolio of private parts dotted with Post-It Notes

UK official Lord Parkinson was handed a portfolio of erotic drawings by Duncan Grant

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


Finnish sauna from 1948 UK Olympics is a hot heritage asset

Wooden structure in Kent could be oldest surviving purpose-built sauna in England


New Cindy Sherman personas pop up in Marc Jacobs ad

Photographer adopts two contrasting looks—from pristine to harried—for fashion campaign


Watch the moment Andy Warhol and Joseph Beuys—‘two rival popes’—first meet

Warhol’s depictions of the earnest German are brought together in a key show at London’s Thaddaeus Ropac gallery


Tschabalala Self's latest project: Nicki Minaj on the cover of Vogue

Artist says she is a Barb—a fan of the rapper—and was thrilled to paint the pop star


Jazz hands for the art deco queen—Tamara de Lempicka musical to hit Broadway next spring

Artist's racy antics will be brought alive on stage at the Longacre Theatre in New York


Uber and the Salvator Mundi prophecy

Auction mastermind Loïc Gouzer reveals why a cab driver's name was a very good omen

The full list of major art fairs in 2024, from Austin to Zurich

We've compiled the year's leading commercial events into one handy source


Formaldehyde and butterflies in France—Damien Hirst takes over Château La Coste

Famous works by Brit artist to go on show at the sprawling Provençal estate


Marina Abramović spreads the love in one-off performance at the Royal Academy

Against backdrop of turbulent real-world events, crowds gathered and hugged for Unconditional Love recital


Looking for love: one-off Marina Abramović performance sells out in hours

The queen of performance art is making a rare appearance at the Royal Academy in London

Art Basel in Miami Beach Diary: George Clinton is in the pink, Alex Israel chills out, and life models draw a (drawing) crowd

Plus: a million reasons to score at basketball, Hew Locke's golden opportunity, and your chance to win a koala

Art Basel in Miami Beach Diary: JR's homage to Miami, Naama Tsabar pulls some strings and Johnny Depp is all ears

Plus: Michael Seri's mellow-yellow muse, why Fatboy Slim's never felt so good and Ezra Collective wow White Cube crowd

David Hockney’s Bigger Christmas Trees cover Battersea Power Station

Brit artist’s animation is centrepiece of Apple’s mega Christmas campaign


British Museum ends the year as the butt of the joke

The annual Christmas cracker joke competition by the British TV channel Gold took a swipe at the theft scandal that rocked the institution


Sign of the times—artist Nan Goldin is no. 1 in the Art Review Power 100 List

The annual ranking of the art world crème de la crème is dominated by artists


Rachel Whiteread’s Christmas tree lights up Mayfair

Turner prizewinner’s festive work stands outside the plush hotel, The Connaught


‘It’s Robbie’—Banksy (apparently) reveals first name in 2003 BBC interview

Chat during Turf War show also touches on ‘microwave meal’ art—and Charles Saatchi


Pop art—sports star Tony Adams and H from Steps become curators

The pair were among the celebrity “selectors”—together with curator Péjú Oshin and sculptor Julian Wild—behind the 25th ING Discerning Eye exhibition in London


Tim Burton exhibition in London brings Edward Scissorhands and Batman to life

Film director's ghoulish illustrations and paintings to go on show at the Design Museum


Wallace Collection birthday bash for Grayson Perry

Potter will celebrate his 65th birthday in 2025 with a show at the London museum


Bond actor Pierce Brosnan gets first UK solo show

Nottingham gallery is showing paintings by the Irish star


National Gallery bicentenary films include a Van Gogh treat (plus personal reflections on the collection)

'My National Gallery, London' tells the story of the institution through the eyes of the staff