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Linda on the loose

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth displays the enduring style and substance of Laurie Simmons

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The Buck stopped here

The mysterious Hermione: Andy Holden and Jarvis Cocker celebrate unknown British artist with homemade wine and mix-tapes

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In the frame

Banksy video reveals shredding mechanism failed at Sotheby’s

Girl With Balloon was meant to shred completely

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In the frame

Bjarke Ingels’ 2016 Serpentine Pavilion pops-up in Toronto

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The Buck stopped here

See it, shop it: Atelier E.B at London's Serpentine Galleries

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Diary of an art historian

Tate, WTF is up with you using Wikipedia?

Once an expert authority on Van Dyck, the museum now has nothing more to say about him than a link to an unverified website

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In the frame

Van Gogh comes to New York

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The Buck stopped here

Hundreds of art world luminaries choose favourite texts for London exhibition-cum-publication

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Simon Fujiwara’s fascination with Anne Frank

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Adventures with Van Gogh

Van Gogh's garden painting set to make $40m auction record for Paris period

Now being sold by a London-based collector at Christie's New York, the work will probably go to Japan or China

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In the frame

Camp moves from the margins to the Met in the next Costume Institute show

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Ye made this work famous—and you can buy it

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Aids activists Gran Fury bring their rage to the UK in new show

Exhibition at east London's Auto Italia gallery is a British debut for the New York-based art collective

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Frieze London 2018

Frieze diary: When Beckham met The Art Newspaper, Hirst's gallery gets spooky and the gloves are off over Brexit

Plus, impro opera in the cafe and homage to Oscar Wilde

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Adventures with Van Gogh

Gauguin’s kitten reappears in Van Gogh’s Yellow House

Amsterdam show on the artist's Martinique trip also reveals Tate watercolour as a genuine work by Gauguin

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Frieze London 2018

Frieze diary: Passport out-of-control, Damien Hirst's new pad and Mayfair goes Goldie

Plus, Hepworth's St Ives comes to Frieze Masters

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In the frame

P(art)y people at Frieze London

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Gavin Turk: Brexit is like crashing a transit van

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Art world stalwarts drum on Mark di Suvero sculptures

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Artist Michele Pred wants to help everyone “speak up like Dr. Blasey Ford”

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The Buck stopped here

Space (and time) shifting at London's Hayward and Matt's Gallery

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Adventures with Van Gogh

How Van Gogh's Starry Night was inspired by Hokusai’s Great Wave

A great admirer of Japanese prints, the whorls of brushstrokes in Vincent's night sky could have been partly suggested by a turbulent sea

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Linda on the loose

The rude genius of Sarah Lucas at the New Museum

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In the frame

Can’t get tickets for Hamilton: the Musical? See the exhibition instead

A new exhibition about the Broadway show opens in April 2019

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Linda on the loose

Just because you’re paranoid, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go to the Met Breuer

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In the frame

Art world stalwart Nicholas Pope pops up at The Sunday Painter

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The Buck stopped here

Es Devlin, Carlo Rovelli and the Multi-Story Orchestra light up Peckham

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The Buck stopped here

Polly Apfelbaum and Graham Parker are pretty in pink at Birmingham's Ikon Gallery

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In the frame

Art Mallorca: when Love Island meets the art world

Event aims to become the Mediterranean’s premier art fair, against stiff competition

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Adventures with Van Gogh

Mystery identity of Van Gogh’s 'gardener' solved

New research reveals name of man in the artist’s finest asylum portrait

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In the frame

Unseen photography gongs awarded to Jaakko Kahilaniemi and Alexey Shlyk

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Ai Weiwei says he is heading to the US—but is too old for New York

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Fly me to the moon? Elon Musk plans to launch Japanese billionaire collector Yusaku Maezawa and eight artists into space

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The Buck stopped here

Bike baskets welcome: the Art Car Boot Fair grows and moves to London's Kings Cross

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Ask the artist—how to find your way in the big, bad art world

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An arty yarn at Kettle’s Yard mixes knitting and death metal

The London-based artist Oreet Ashery is organising a mass knitting event entitled Passing Through Metal accompanied by a live death metal band

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Linda on the loose

From Team BAM, a rousing sendoff for a Next Wave creator

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The Buck stopped here

Luxury London store Fortnum & Mason hosts mini retrospective of landscape paintings by John Virtue

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Linda on the loose

Charline von Heyl at Petzel Gallery is the show to beat this season in New York

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Adventures with Van Gogh

Vincent the baker? Van Gogh's possible careers

His family also suggested that he become an accountant or a barber

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Diary

Why the Met’s Delacroix show seems both glorious—and irrelevant

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The Buck stopped here

Child prodigies: works by schoolchildren up for grabs in silent charity auction at Alison Jacques

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Get wed at the Oscar Wilde shrine

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Linda on the loose

Beads and art world bigwigs abound at the opening of Lehmann Maupin’s new Chelsea gallery

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Will work for dots: High Museum to hire temporary staff to deal with Kusama crowds

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Artoon

Artoon by Pablo Helguera, September 2018

"Art fairs and auction houses are for beginner collectors—the Russian version of eBay is the big league!"

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Diary of an art historian

Criminal thoughts about a Rubens portrait and watching Nanette on my summer art detox

Rubens’s portrait of his daughter Clara Serena gave me the urge to steal a painting

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The Buck stopped here

Mika Rottenberg shares centre stage with protestors as new Goldsmiths space opens in London

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Dasha Zhukova to be set alight by Urs Fischer

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Adventures with Van Gogh

Van Gogh: it was suicide, not murder

Julian Schnabel’s new film on Van Gogh is based on questionable assumptions