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What's On in Paris: Nostalgia is back in '94 with Antoni Tàpies and Jean-Pierre Bertrand retrospectives

Also, Meyer Vaisman's grandiose taxidermies and Elaine Strutevant's almost-replicas

Dulwich Picture Gallery puts Warhol in context

The decorative qualities of the pop artist put him in a tradition dating back to the 18th century

New York's Asia Society to unveil first US exhibition of pre-revolutionary modern Iranian art

Although Iranian art heavyweights made their reservations about the show clear, it will go on to tour North America

Eykyn Maclean's debut exhibition in New York to boast Giacometti's Grande Tête Mince

The show revolves around the family of Silvio Berthoud, who was Giacometti's nephew

Marina Abramovic's the Artist is Present at MoMA

This massive retrospective will include recreations of past pieces as well as a new, physically demanding work

Frieze week schedule speaks of Iranian art surge in the West

Does a crop of major presentations coinciding with the art fair indicate a proportionate energy in the market?

News from New York: Marathon sailing and cycling, while Marina Abramovic bares all

The Yugoslavian artist draws the crowds at the Guggenheim with her racy restaging of iconic performance art

Landmark Vuillard exhibition at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Rather than sticking to his traditional oeuvre, the show demonstrates how Vuillard embraced stylistic risk-taking and the avant-garde

The British Council releases its artistic programme for 2004

The international line-up includes projects in Libya, Iran, Israel and the Palestinian Territories

Nancy Spero's War series on display at Galerie Lelong

The artistic equivalent of standing in front of a tank

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From superpower to no power this week in New York

Silly season in New York brings mobsters out on the town, gay-makeovers for the men of America and 80s disco to Kenny Schacter’s new gallery

Weapons of mass dissemination: The propaganda of war on show at the Wolfsonian

Florida International University presents a brilliantly curated tour of the First and Second World Wars

Yoko Onoarchive

Yoko Ono: women’s room

On view at Musée d’art moderne de la ville de Paris

New Yorkarchive

What's On in '03: Abstract expressionist Richard Pousette-Dart at Knoedler & Company

His mythic heads and forms appear in paintings and drawings (1935-42) on show in New York

Gagosian Gallery displays Joseph Beuys in London

Items from the august collection of Dr Rainer Speck now on view

What's On: Vuillard frenzy in London

In accordance with a major show alighting at the Royal Academy, Wolseley Fine Arts have arranged a show of his pastels and drawings

Chris Burden bites the bullet in exhibition at Gagosian Beverly Hills

A cheeky reference to his early performance art is displayed alongside other new work

Iranarchive

British Museum’s Iran exhibition scheduled for 2005 after 2002 postponement

The successful procurement of these loans may be a sign of more collaborative projects to come between the British Museum and Iran

Andy Warhol at Sadie Coles: private drawings from the 1950s

These never-before-seen works show a more personal side of the artist

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What's on: Matisse Picasso: two giants of 20th-century bookmaking

Ursus Books Ltd Matisse Villon C.G. Boerner The sculptures of Picasso Gagosian Gallery

Vuillard at New York's Berry-Hill Galleries, the major show finally reaches Washington's National Gallery

The exhibition was brought to fruition with with the input of Galerie Bellier, directed by Jean-Claude Bellier, the godson of Vuillard

Iran's National Museum of Art touring exhibition currently at Antikenmuseum Basel chronicles seven thousand years of Persian art

The show is an attempt by Prime Minister Ayatollah Khatami to eliminate bad feeling between Iran and the West, and to spread awareness about the archaeological sites in the country under threat

New Yorkarchive

What's On in '03: New York's commercial galleries

Nancy Shaver's painted sculpture at Feature Inc. and James Castle's "Structures" at Knoedler & Co.

What's on: Karen Kilimnik

Galerie Hauser & Wirth & Presenhuber, Zürich

Giacometti's expressions of moment-to-moment mortal experience to be subject of centenary exhibition at the Fondation de l'Hermitage

While the retrospective spans every stage of his career, his portraits of Robert Sainsbury and other members of the Sainsbury Family constitute the focal point

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Andy Warhol ads and illustrations on show at Gagosian

These paintings re-emphasise the artist's genius for cropping and editing his images for maximum impact

What's on: Dexter Dalwood

Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills

What's on: Salomòn Huerta

His first solo show at Gagosian

Jeffrey Deitch exhibition contemplates the human condition in Turin

The Castello di Rivoli again plays host to Deitch's explorations of contemporary art

Norwich's Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts marks 100 years since Giacometti's birth

Sir Robert and Lady Sainsbury's personal connection to Giacometti meant the committee had no trouble engaging lenders

What's On in New York: Brooklyn Museum of Art registers the interaction between design and technology; Giacometti's centenary at the MOMA

How apocalyptic crises in the twentieth century - the endgame - permeated the familiar and the practical

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