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David Hockney is now the world’s most expensive living artist

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David Hockney is now the world’s most expensive living artist

by Claudia Massie

His 1972 painting ‘Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures)’ has sold for $90.3 million.
Inside Veuve Clicquot’s latest Widow Series installation

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Inside Veuve Clicquot’s latest Widow Series installation

by Olive Pometsey

Tom Hingston is the latest curator to take on the project, creating a tribute to rebellious subcultures across a four storey venue.
The art world's Afro Supa Hero

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The art world's Afro Supa Hero

by Lorayne Crawford

Jon Daniel was one of the most prominent black creatives of his generation.
Behind the British animation renaissance

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Behind the British animation renaissance

by Pamela Hutchinson

Animate Projects and Anim18 are throwing a nationwide celebration of British animation.
Michael Heizer at Gagosian Le Bourget

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Michael Heizer at Gagosian Le Bourget

by Young Kim

Our writer was 'struck down' when she first laid eyes upon the French gallery's latest exhibition.
Stripping portraiture bare

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Stripping portraiture bare

by Zoe Whitfield

The ‘Exposed: The Naked Portrait’ exhibition at Newcastle’s Laing Art Gallery reveals more that just its subjects' bodies.
The Quick and the Dead: When artists stare at each other

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The Quick and the Dead: When artists stare at each other

by Thomas McMullan

A new exhibition at the Jerwood Gallery, Hastings, brings five artists together – with Maggi Hambling at their centre.
Barbican’s ‘Modern Couples’ brings female artists out from their partners’ shadows

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Barbican’s ‘Modern Couples’ brings female artists out from their partners’ shadows

by Zoe Whitfield

With feminist undertones, this exhibition is less about the couples and more about the art of women.
Banksy is shredding his own image

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Banksy is shredding his own image

by Harriet Marsden

The artist has laid bare his infatuation with his own legend, and his desperation for critical applause and commercial gain.
Laurie Anderson can take you to the moon and back

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Laurie Anderson can take you to the moon and back

by Thomas McMullan

With her latest VR exhibition 'Chalkroom' showing in Brighton, our writer talks to the artist who's using VR to disembody our senses.
The maze of Frieze London 2018

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The maze of Frieze London 2018

by Olive Pometsey

DRUGSTORE CULTURE reports on the art fair currently taking over Regent's Park.
Imagining ‘A New Europe’ at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2018

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Imagining ‘A New Europe’ at the Brighton Photo Biennial 2018

by Zoe Whitfield

Featuring work by Harley Weir, Tereza Červeňová and Émeric Lhuisset, this year's showcase tackles the changing landscape of the EU.
The Turner Prize 2018 shortlist demands attention

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The Turner Prize 2018 shortlist demands attention

by Thomas McMullan

This year's exhibition might not feature conventional artistic mediums, but that's exactly why the line-up is so arresting.
The life-changing effect of prison arts programmes

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The life-changing effect of prison arts programmes

by Claudia Massie

Allowing offenders to be creative can be essential part of the rehabilitation process.
Hull City of Culture, one year on: from fireworks to failures

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Hull City of Culture, one year on: from fireworks to failures

by Olive Pometsey

Last week, the National Lottery Awards voted Hull City of Culture to be the Best Arts Project of 2017, but has it really made a difference to the city?
A minute-by-minute waltz: Christian Marclay’s The Clock

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A minute-by-minute waltz: Christian Marclay’s The Clock

by Thomas McMullan

One of the greatest artworks of the Twenty-First Century, it is a convergence of magpie diligence and aesthetic brilliance.
The meaning of design museums

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The meaning of design museums

by Claudia Massie