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LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 27: British artist Tracy Emin's sits in front of her 1998 piece 'My Bed' on display at Christie's on June 27, 2014 in London, England. This iconic work from the YBA moment is being offered at auction for the first time and is estimated to sell for between 800,000 - 1.2 million GBP. (Photo by Rob Stothard/Getty Images) ©Getty
The artist’s unmade bed, shortlisted for the Turner Prize in 1999, this week returns to public display at London’s Tate Britain. In May 2009 Emin enjoyed a lively Lunch with the FT
– by Jackie Wullschlager
Illustration by James Ferguson of Russell Brand ©James Ferguson
A readers’ poll in Prospect magazine has voted Russell Brand the UK’s fourth-most influential thinker. Last year Brand joined Lucy Kellaway for Lunch with the FT
Axel Dumas

Axel Dumas

Jo Ellison eats lobster and talks waiting lists with the Hermès chief executive — and guardian of the Birkin

Donald Trump with Tiger Woods
©MPI01/MediaPunch/Capital Pictures

Donald Trump tees off in New York City

The billionaire property developer is about to open a $100m golf course — in the Bronx

Chitose Abe in London this month
©Alice Whitby

The Sacai sensation

It’s the label the fashion insiders are talking about. Meet the designer transforming the working wardrobe

Kim and country

Artifice and dissembling have long been daily requirements for those seeking to escape — or just survive — life in North Korea. Review by Simon Mundy

Portrait Infanta Marguerite Teresa in a Blue Dress by Velazquez
©Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

Velázquez at the Grand Palais, Paris

The Spanish 17th-century master is given a radiant retrospective, writes Jackie Wullschlager

Viggo Mortensen photographed in Venice last year
©Nicolas Guerin/Getty Images

Interview: Viggo Mortensen

The Danish-American actor talks about his new films and playing characters with a Quixotic streak

Lupine Meadows in Grand Teton National Park
©Andrew M Wright

Wyoming: where the wild flowers are

In national parks better known for mountains and lakes, the flora is the star attraction for Akhil Sharma

John Dryden (left) in Mumbai recording the radio adaptation of ‘A Fine Balance'
©Ameet Mallapur

The resurgence of audio drama

From comedy podcasts to new fiction, the medium of radio is enjoying a renaissance

‘Is the American Century Over?’

Joe Nye asks if military and ‘soft’ power can make up for the US’s economic decline. Review by Gideon Rachman

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