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Trippy travel and friendly felines at the Aga Khan

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Artist Alex Israel channels his inner Oprah Winfrey

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Forget the Lobster Telephone, Salvador Dali’s pièce de résistance was crayfish with herbs

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PR campaign helps us find our inner Picasso (played by Antonio Banderas)

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Sold out: tours organised by Christoph Büchel of Trump’s border wall prototypes prove very popular

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Damien Hirst mockumentary released on Netflix chronicles story behind epic Venice exhibition

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Is Donald Trump lurking in your art collection?

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Sniffer dogs set to save Syria’s cultural heritage

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Lorenzo Quinn’s possible showstopper for collector Steve Cohen

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Make cheese, milk goats and ponder on Beatrix Potter in "land" art survey

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Anyone for art? Asad Raza's tennis court installation in a former Milan church was ace

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Women take over the tube: Njideka Akunyili Crosby for Brixton, Linder is Southwark-bound

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Fabric Workshop and Museum shows artists’ creative process through detritus

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Did the artist Kudzanai Chiurai foresee the fall of Zimbabwe’s president Robert Mugabe?

If ever there was a timely exhibition, Kudzanai Chiurai’s We Need New Names at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe is it.

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Miles Aldridge’s saucy take on Maurizio Cattelan show

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When Moon and Earth collide... how "cyborg artist" turns tremors into art

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Trump’s skyline doodle hits the auction block in Dallas

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You be the jury: New Yorkers ready to vote for art that promotes social change

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A performance knocks a brutal white male doctor off his pedestal

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Beyoncé and the Louvre win Instagram gold

The social media platform has revealed its most popular people, places and hashtags in 2017

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Matt Smith on playing Mapplethorpe: “Who knew that pictures of penises were so utterly compelling?”

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Ikea offers Salvator Mundi buyer chance to bag a bargain

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Public moulds Katy Perry's features (and they like it)

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Christie’s private jet tour prepares for take off

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Barbara Kruger reigns supreme in New York

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Moscow museum blames hackers for rogue Tweet

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CNN star Anderson Cooper reveals his arty purchases

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Did the Krays have a hand in lost sculptures case?

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Artoon by Pablo Helguera, November 2017

"To be perfectly honest, it hurts my feelings that no one has considered our gallery to be good enough to hack"

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A room with two very different views

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Christian Lacroix has designs on Louvre-Lens Iran show

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The art of laughter according to Peter Liversidge (and Phill Jupitus)

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Maria Callas dazzles in Paris

Divas never go out of fashion

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Pope.L gets back to basics

The Chicago-based artist is selling bottles of water for a good cause

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Street artist Banksy up in arms about arms

The event Art the Arms featured other artist-activists such as the Guerrilla Girls and Peter Kennard

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Draw your own conclusions

Fill in the blanks of art crimes solved and unsolved with two new adult colouring books

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A Syrian in space

The astronaut Muhammed Faris was hailed a national hero in 1987 after accompanying a Soviet crew on a trip to the Mir space station

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Ofili adds restaurant design to his CV

To celebrate its 50th birthday this year, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago has given itself a gift as part of a building redesign: a new restaurant

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Artoon by Pablo Helguera, October 2017

“Unfortunately, this work survived the hurricane.”

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New York galleries contribute to disaster relief

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“Electronic passport” for artworks wins Investors Allstars award

Articheck enables art world professionals to create digital condition reports for works of art

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Artist Phil Collins's new Cleveland piece brings together Scritti Politti—and Cologne’s homeless

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Jack Whitten reveals a Chuck Berry painting is in the works

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Barack is back (at the National Portrait Gallery)

The DC museum has re-opened its America's Presidents hall

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Shop (and view art) till you drop: John Bellany’s paintings pop up in Fortnum & Mason

Collector Frank Cohen has loaned several canvases by the late Scottish artist

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Multi-religious monument at the V&A is Dubai (and Palestine) bound

Elias and Yousef Anastas’s latticed structure is made of more than 500 stone pieces

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Maggi Hambling appearance crowns new Art Week in London

The renowned artist pops up as part of new event organised by Sarabande: The Lee Alexander McQueen Foundation

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Martin Puryear came, he sawed, he conquered

US artist's solo show in London is a long time coming

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Grayson Perry's very British brain map

Group show marks 20th anniversary of Bethlem Gallery

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Cai Guo-Qiang’s fiery works on revolution come to Moscow

The Chinese artist came to the Pushkin Museum this month bearing gunpowder and a deep love for Russian culture

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Solange has something to say to the art world

The performer let loose at a sold-out talk at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago this week

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Goethe-Institut goes punk

Go underground and back in time to 1980s Germany at the Goethe-Institut in Washington, DC

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Hans Ulrich Obrist to host an interview mini-marathon at Expo Chicago 2018

The artist Theaster Gates and architect Jeanne Gang are two of the confirmed participants so far

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Firefighters save the Hermitage’s beloved feline guards

A small fire on Friday at the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg raised alarms about the fate of one of its greatest treasures: the beloved Hermitage cats

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Berghain to host 46-hour art marathon

Good to Talk event in the Canteen at Berlin nightclub will involve 200 artists, gallerists and other speakers

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Scoop: image surfaces of hacks at Royal Academy press view—in 1892

Chief executive Charles Saumarez Smith was surprised by rediscovered illustration

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JR's border baby

The French street artist teams up with a very very young collaborator—one-year-old David

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Salvador Dalí is not the daddy

Spanish Surrealist’s body was exhumed for paternity DNA test in July

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True history of the South comes to upstate New York

Group show in Beacon addresses hot-button issues dividing America

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Trump University’s lesson in heartless capitalism comes home to New York

Real Estate Goldmine recalls devastating impact on Cleveland of Trump's defunct business school

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The other transvestite artist: new exhibition puts Percy Kelly in the spotlight

The artist dubbed the Cumbrian Lowry was also centre-forward for Workington Town FC

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BM curator's fan club kickstarts his horror story

Irving Finkel has penned his first novel

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Eggleston steps away from the camera and onto the piano bench

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Brancusi sculpture inspires Romanian football kit

CSU Craiova looks to Modernist sculptor for inspiration

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Atlanta's falcon has landed

The new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta is home to a massive falcon sculpture

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An eggs-eptional Artangel project by Andy and Peter Holden