Francisco Goya

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'I was always fascinated by the paintings of Goya': Philippe Parreno on his new video work at the Beyeler

The French-Algerian artist discusses how Goya’s Black Paintings provided inspiration for his latest piece in Switzerland

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Sargent, Goya, Degas: Frick Collection welcomes its most significant gift to date of works on paper

The 26 works, promised by a New York collecting couple, enhance the museum’s current holdings and add new artists to its collection

The Big Review: Goya's Graphic Imagination at the Met

This urgent and timely show of the Spanish master's works on paper illuminates the artist’s dim view of humanity and his extraordinary imagination

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Ethics and aesthetics: the increasing prominence of socially engaged art

Away from the glitz of record-breaking auction prices and extravagant art parties, austerity has given strength to a new movement of socially engaged artists

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

“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

The Gerstenberg Goyas resurface at The Hermitage

Drawings believed lost go on display in “Masterpieces of Western European Drawing"

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