Elisabeth Frink

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Exhibitions

Saved from collapse, sculptor Elisabeth Frink's studio to be resurrected within 13th-century barn

Messums Wiltshire bought the building last year and will now reconstruct it for an exhibition in its gallery—at a cost of £100,000

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Exhibitions

Overlooked sculptor Elisabeth Frink's legacy reexamined in extensive UK survey

Curators of the Sainsbury Centre exhibition consider her work in relation to darker political concerns

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US university museum announces controversial sell-off

Christie’s sale of 46 works from La Salle collection, by artists such as Matisse and Degas, has angered arts professionals

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Interviews

Interview with a British dealer Pat Jordan Evans on her gallery's 30th anniversary

An out-of-town gallery thrives on showing gentle, figurative painters

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Art market

Damien Hirst ignites the saleroom with his first appearance in auction

Five bidders competed for a Hirst painting

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Art market

What's on in London: Brandt and Bacon, Clarke and Coventry, Graham and Girling

Two new galleries and Karsten Schubert has moved