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Taylor Swift’s cat painting pops up in New York museum show

Museum of Arts and Design exhibition is a feast for Swifties (namely devotees of the Shake It Off singer)

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Margate gallery PR post catches Tracey Emin’s eye

Artist (cheekily) asks on Instagram if she can apply for marketing job at Turner Contemporary

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Basquiat is (literally) back in fashion, as are $40,000 knitted sweaters for birds: New York Frieze Week gossip

Plus Hernan Bas's flamingo magnet obsession, Charles Gaines's proud professor moment and JR in AR

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New York Frieze Week gossip: skipping the Kusama queue, a trafficstopper in pink and a megadealer loses out

Works by Kusama, Handforth and Basquiat cause a scene on the streets and at the auctions

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New York Frieze Week gossip: a Titanic remake, a critique of American football and an art-filled lemonade stand

Works by Dynasty Handbag, Matthew Barney and the Children’s Museum of the Arts capture both the sweet and sour

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Hannah Gadsby discusses provocative Picasso show at The Brooklyn Museum, wading into a row about a certain family...

'There’s not a billionaire on this planet that is not fucked up,' says the Nanette comic

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What the cluck—Mona Lisa installation in Singapore features live chickens

Gallery partnered with animal welfare group Chicken Rescue Rehome

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Poses with wolves—guests team up with Game of Thrones canine stars at National Gallery launch

Selfie-friendly creatures are on loan from a company called Watermill Wolves

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Pets allowed at Greece's top archaeological sites—but don’t forget the pooh bag

Animals still barred from the most popular attractions such as the Acropolis and Ancient Olympia

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Press officers move over: Gagosian employs ChatGPT to announce new exhibition

The artificial intelligence chat bot was credited with creating the text for Alex Israel's show in Rome

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Damien Hirst’s humongous headless demon dominates the skyline on London's Greenwich Peninsula

The gargantuan piece, which looks up to the Thames cable car, is part of Hirst’s Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable series

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Annie Leibovitz reveals why she took on commission for Ikea

The superstar photographer will capture homes in seven countries this year for the Swedish mega furniture chain

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Mischievous Vik Muniz recalls label-swapping incident at MoMA

The Brazilian artist discussed why and how he looks to art history during a discussion at The Arts Club in London

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Calling Mr Bernini to gate 35—artist’s Salvator Mundi sculpture goes on show at Rome airport

Italian government approves display of sculptural icon in new boarding area

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A message from Yayoi Kusama: ‘Let Us Sing Together a Song from the Heart of the Universe!’

Japanese artist issues upbeat missive to coincide with New York show featuring new Infinity Mirror Room

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President Macron gets a private tour of the Rijksmuseum's blockbuster Vermeer show

The French head of state and First Lady pondered over masterpieces such as The Milkmaid and The Lacemaker

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‘I felt I was pushing myself’—Monica Lewinsky on why she sat for Marilyn Minter

The White House intern who hit the headlines in the 1990s says she gave up her 'portrait virginity' to the provocative New York-based artist

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Free tickets for Yayoi Kusama M+ show get students talking about mental health

Kusama has lived as a voluntary resident at a mental health hospital in Tokyo for more than four decades

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Keeping it real—fashion supremo Erdem Moralıoğlu is fascinated by museum conservation

The designer consulted restorers at the National Gallery, Victoria & Albert Museum and Tate Britain for his latest collection

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Philippines tattoo artist is a Vogue cover star—at the age of 106

Apo Whang-Od hand taps tattoos on Gen Z tourists using a thorn dipped in soot

Real Housewives of Art Basel in Miami Beach: reality tv hits the art world

Beginning with an Apprentice-style dating show, a flurry of television shows will follow the lives of affluent dealers as they navigate the choppy waters of the art world