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Russia

Russian theatre director Kirill Serebrennikov found guilty of fraud and ordered to pay $1.85m in damages to culture ministry

Accused of embezzling funds while staging a contemporary arts festival, Serebrennikov faced six years in prison but was handed a suspended sentence

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Book Shorts

Degas’ love of the Paris opera house is brought to the fore in this catalogue

The artist used a variety of devices to explore the interior of the Opéra Garnier throughout his career

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Book Shorts

This well illustrated and wittily written book provides a thorough history of men wearing women’s clothes

Transformation, communication, exaggeration and non-conformity are some of the impulses behind cross-dressing

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In the frame

Can’t get tickets for Hamilton: the Musical? See the exhibition instead

A new exhibition about the Broadway show opens in April 2019

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The Buck stopped here

Paint and pronouncements fly as Alfred Molina reprises Rothko in West End revival of Red

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Theatre

Great Apes: when Planet of the Apes meets a White Cube opening

A new play in London based on Will Self’s 1997 novel is a viciously literate satire that imagines an art world populated entirely by chimpanzees

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Artist interview

Interview with Antony Hegarty: “I think the art world is where I belong”

The musician explains why he is performing in the stage production The Life and Death of Marina Abramovic

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Features

Marina Abramovic, Doug Aitken and Matthew Barney are leading the way in a new kind of theatrical art

"In long, durational performance, you change the performer and the public" says Abramovic

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Films

New York’s digital shorts: 'Made Here' explores artists’ relationships with the city

The web-based videos looks into the lives of performers and artists

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Artist interview

Interview with Jonathan Meese: "I am the samurai of art”

The German artist explains why he puts aggression and provocation centre stage—along with his mum

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Art Basel

"Il Tempo del Postino": the performance art group show comes to Art Basel

Constructed for a theatrical setting, this event makes space and time its materials

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Art Basel

Visual art group show “Il Tempo del Postino” will take to stage at Art Basel 2009

Each artist participating will present a 15-minute long performance, transforming the space provided by Theater Basel

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Theatre Museum

London: Campaign to save Theatre Museum fails

The V&A could not raise the money to keep it running

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Theatre Museum

London: V&A Theatre Museum likely to close

The collection will be put into storage