Jake & Dinos Chapman

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Art market

Mat Collishaw 'parts company' with Blain Southern

British artist announced on Instagram today that he will cease to be represented by the gallery “with immediate effect”

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Tracey Emin

News from London: New creations by Gormley and the Chapmans cause a stir while the Tate avoids selling out

Meanwhile, Gavin Turk works the market and Tim Marlow directs

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Howard Hodgkin

News from London: Art prints and art skincare go on sale, while both Condé Nast and the Chapmans raise a fuss

Meanwhile, the art world gets back to bare essentials as Hodgkin has an unusual request for the director of the ICA while Tate director’s wife is defrocked

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Tate

Tate buys Charles Saatchi’s Chapman sculptures

The faux-ethnographic sculptures may be the gallery's most expensive contemporary art purchase

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Gilbert & George

News from London: The importance of s**t and sp**k, urine, and sex

Meanwhile, Grayson Perry displays his (disco) balls

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François Pinault

Pinault commissions remake of Chapman piece

The original work burned in a fire 2004

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Jake & Dinos Chapman

Chapmans raise Hell for François Pinault: Recreating a work lost to flames

The original piece was destroyed in a disastrous 2004 warehouse fire

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Tate

Tate announces its exhibition schedule for 2007

Next year's schedule is packed with big names

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Artist interview

Interview with Jake Chapman: “Our hunger for Goya has not waned but our horizon has widened”

On the eve of the Chapmans’ first commercial show in three years, Jake Chapman talks to The Art Newspaper

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Artist interview

“Our hunger for Goya has not waned but our horizon has widened”: Interview with Jake Chapman

On the eve of the Chapmans’ first commercial show in three years, Jake Chapman talks to The Art Newspaper

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Exhibitions

News from London: Jake Chapman on dogs and flower arranging, Wolfgang Tillmans on Bush's backside, C. I. Kim on his front side

Meanwhile Britain's rugby hero, Jonny Wilkinson, brings sporting glamour to the BALTIC

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Turner Prize

Turner Prize now on at Tate Britain

Who will be this year's winner?

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Gilbert & George

London galleries: Gilbert & George get horny in White Cube debut

Painting pushed into new places at Victoria Miro and The Approach and seismic shifts at asprey jacques as the Chapmans explore their feminine side at Modern Art

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Copyright

Copyright and censorship in Chapmanworld: how far can they go?

Despite the dilemmas posed by their work, Jake and Dinos Chapman's first major exhibition in a public gallery is opening in London

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Marc Quinn

What's on in London: the bawdy and the beautiful

White Cube and the Tate Gallery are showing Quinn's self-portraits as Annely Juda marks the end of WWII