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Feline fine: downtown Denver gets new cat installation

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Dress to impress—and win a $5,000 prize—at the Park Avenue Armory

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An artistic cookbook for the next generation

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The iceman cometh—to MoMA

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Domino effect at Puerto Rico exhibition fundraiser

Defend Puerto Rico activist group puts on charity tournament of the traditional pastime

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Lacma’s new Collator platform allows visitors to create their own catalogues

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Jeff Koons on transcendence

The artist reflected on his early career and artistic success in David Rockefeller lecture

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A Maine werewolf in New York

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Revealed: when Winston Churchill—aka David Winter—submitted work to the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

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Curtain up on John Hurt’s paintings and drawings

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New York artists spotlight lost mom-and-pop shops

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On the eve of Ireland’s abortion referendum, artists contemplate the outcome

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Heavenly bodies descend for Met Gala

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The masterpieces that got away: Noah Charney presents the Museum of Lost Art

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Danish artist unveils tomb for Queen Margrethe II—who is still alive

Bjørn Nørgaard's piece is made from materials found in the Danish territories

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Helen Mirren hands out the Loewe Craft Prize

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A New Spirit of Painting makes a comeback (with one woman artist this time)

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Tim Rollins remembered at moving NY tribute event

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Heathcliff, it’s me: Kate Bush’s arty new eulogy to Emily Brontë

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April is Poetry Month, and Lorna Simpson is Celebrating

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Melania takes Mme Macron to the NGA

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John Mellencamp brings rock’n’roll (and his paintings) to Chelsea

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Prince’s Paisley Park is looking for archivist, carnivores need not apply

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Freud Museum goes DIY with masturbation show

Spunky works by artists including Chantal Faust, Antony Gormley and Annie Sprinkle

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David Lynch brings his Festival of Disruption to Brooklyn

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Will Ferrell and Joel McHale try to make sense of the art at LA’s Hammer Museum

We’ve all been there: walking through an exhibition like the Hammer Museum’s Stories of Almost Everyone, a show “about the interpretation of art objects”, asking ourselves, “Is that thing art?”

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Who run the auction world?

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Ben Carson’s bad taste lands him before Congress

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Jim Carrey’s political caricature sparks backlash on Twitter

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When Robert Rauschenberg erased a drawing by Willem de Kooning in 1953, he was investigating the possibilities of what art could be—not just additive creation, but also conscious erasure

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Women wanted: massive UK parade to honour the suffragettes

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Hirst hunts for sharks on Australian beach

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Spring Break podium turns public into White House PRs

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Fighting talk: new publication ponders on art and conflict

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Two-year-old two-steps with her hero, Michelle Obama

The internet experienced an overdose of adorableness last week when a photo of two-year-old Parker Curry staring in awe at Michelle Obama’s newly installed portrait at the National Portrait Gallery was shared across social media

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Bombs on the brain at the Vancouver Art Gallery

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Lights out: professional mourners in London for Taryn Simon’s study of grief

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Princess Nokia performs in Brooklyn for first US edition of London’s Moniker fair

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Ellie Goulding: top pop star turned Sotheby’s curator

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Time Out London’s art critic scores with new football magazine Oof

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Louvre Abu Dhabi collection hits the road for radio-guided 'highway gallery'

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Gillian Wearing’s Suffragist statue commemorates revolutionary women—and a smattering of men

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Hollywood comes to Vienna: Wes Anderson's pick of the Kunsthistorisches Museum

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Tattoo art celebrates Black history

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The Guggenheim's Nancy Spector told Trump to flush off

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Artists build Trump Cemetery on golf course

The gravestones read “Here Lies The American Dream” and lamented the death of “Decency” and “Our Future”

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Crowd-pleasing King Tut blockbuster is Paris bound

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Martin Boyce's luminescent paved terrace lights up a corner of Tate Britain

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Sparkling stuff: Dolce & Gabbana’s tiara design goes under the hammer at Dorotheum

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RIP Rosie the Riveter

Naomi Parker Fraley, the woman who is credited as the real-life inspiration behind the famous “We Can Do It!” poster, died this weekend at the age of 96

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Taking a stand: 14-18 NOW final season features a women’s march and a New York-bound Dazzle ship

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Wolfgang Tillmans voices his concerns (via Instagram) about the state of Germany

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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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Tate gets Emeka Ogboh’s stock market-data piece (thanks to Modern Forms)