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Exhibitions

MoMA will celebrate reopening with six site-specific works in its public spaces

Installations range from Haim Steinbach’s phrases and slogans to Yoko Ono’s blue sky

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Obituaries

Nancy Reddin Kienholz, artist and partner of Ed Kienholz, dies age 75

The pair created provocative installations about American society, race and sex

Museums & Heritage

Art heaven or hell? Museum’s epic £15m tunnel brings to life Dante’s Divine Comedy

Alfredo Jaar's new immersive installation inside a tunnel at the Museum of Old and New Art in Tasmania simulates heaven, hell and purgatory

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Artist interview

Turner Prize nominee Helen Cammock on Baroque music and marginalised histories

The UK artist's solo exhibition at London's Whitechapel Gallery explores the lives of 17th-century Italian female composers

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In the frame

Float above Yorkshire’s ‘sunken city of Semer’

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William Kentridge plans epic frieze for River Tiber

South African artist will incorporate pollution in 550m-long work

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Review

Mostly, you just stand in queues: Orit Gat on Carsten Höller’s Hayward exhibition

Guidelines, warnings and instructions are everywhere in Höller’s latest show

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Artists

Artists install in Fukushima’s radioactive zone

Exhibition may not be accessible for decades

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Art lights up the skies over the Hudson